Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns and Leonard Fournette

Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns and Leonard Fournette

Postautor: lucky » 27 wrz 2017, o 08:02

Week 3 was the Bengals' first outing with Bill Lazor as their Mark Jackson Youth Jersey offensive coordinator. The most drastic change in the offense was a much larger share of the touches for Joe Mixon. The rookie racked up 18 carries for 62 yards and three receptions for 39 yards. The big game came after he totaled 17 carries for 45 yards and four catches for 20 yards during his first two games. Mixon was on the field for 34 snaps on Sunday after handling 37 during the first two outings. Granted, the team leading throughout limited Giovani Bernard to 12 snaps, but Mixon playing well ahead of Jeremy Hill (14 snaps) and pacing the backfield with 13 pass routes was a good sign. Mixon is back in the RB2 mix against Cleveland this week. Following an impressive 10-catch, 97-yard performance in Week 2, Jason Witten plummeted back to earth with a one-catch, 4-yard effort against Arizona on Monday night. It's a reminder that expectations need to be kept in check for the 35-year-old tight end. Witten had racked up 22 targets during the first two games after averaging 6.2 per game last season. Witten entered Week 3 with two touchdowns, but sported a 1.1 OTD and was (and still is) a candidate for touchdown regression to the mean. Witten is best viewed as a fringe TE1 in run-heavy Dallas. C.J. Anderson has been terrific out of the gate this season, but Jamaal Charles was even better on Sunday. Anderson put up 38 yards on eight carries and Charles added 56 yards and a score on nine attempts. Considering Charles' career #13 Mike Evans Womens Jersey success and his strong play thus far, it's fair to assume Charles will continue to play a sizable role. Anderson has been on the field for at least 69 percent of the team's snaps each of the team's first three games and has a nice 4.4 YPC. Charles has played only 28 percent of the snaps but is averaging 5.1 YPC. Though Charles is playing less, he has carried the ball or been targeted on 31 (or 54 percent) of his 57 snaps. Anderson sits at 60 (or 41 percent) of 148 snaps. Anderson remains in the RB2 mix and Charles is more of a fringe flex who has added value in non-PPR. Golden Tate isn't the most exciting fantasy asset, but he continues to produce as a reliable WR2 option. Tate is up to 21 receptions for 190 yards and one score on 27 targets this season. He sits 10th among wideouts in fantasy points and has finished in the top 24 at the position each of the past three seasons. Tate is handling a career-high 26 percent target share and that's unlikely to dip much moving forward, especially considering he's been at or above 23 percent three of the past four seasons. Tate is a strong WR2 in PPR. Not a fan of PPR leagues? You may not want to look at Ty Montgomery's stat line from Sunday. Green Bay's lead back was held to 12 carries for 35 yards, but his fantasy investors were bailed out by eight receptions for 15 yards. That's right, 15 yards on eight receptions, or in PPR terms, 9.5 points. For perspective, Montgomery is only the fourth player since 1950 to produce 15 or fewer yards on eight or more receptions. Montgomery was targeted 12 times, which was three more than any of his teammates. Despite the horrid efficiency on Sunday, Montgomery has been a workhorse this season and it has helped him to the fourth-most fantasy points among running backs. He has been on the field for 89 percent of the team's snaps and pass plays. He has 35 more carries than any of his teammates and trails team leader Davante Adams by only three targets. Montgomery's 3.0 YPC isn't going to cut it, but as long as he's playing Le'Veon Bell-esque snaps, he'll be a solid strong RB1 play. In his first game this season as the team's starter in place of C.J. Fiedorowicz (IR, concussion), Ryan Griffin impressed with five Nerlens Noel #3 Womens jersey receptions for 61 yards and one touchdown on six targets. He was on the field for 57 snaps and ran 20 of 39 possible pass routes. His primary competition at the position, Stephen Anderson, played 30 snaps (15 routes) and caught one of three targets for 14 yards. Griffin's heavy usage is enough to put him safely in the TE2 mix, but he's not a quality streaming option against Tennessee this week. Following a nondescript start to the season, T.Y. Hilton exploded for seven receptions, 153 yards and one score on nine Week 3 targets. It was Hilton's first big game of the season after posting only 106 yards on seven receptions during Weeks 1 and 2. Hilton has been on the field for all but three of the team's 98 pass plays this season and his target share (27 percent to 29 percent), YPR (15.9 to 18.5) and catch rate (59 percent to 67 percent) are actually higher than they were in 2016. The reigning NFL leader in receiving yards needs to be locked into lineups, but he'll will be in better shape following the team's tough Week 4 trip to Seattle and especially once Andrew Luck returns. Marcedes Lewis is the latest on a lengthy list of tight ends who have put up a big week early this season. Lewis posted 62 yards and scored on three of his four receptions against the Ravens in London on Sunday. This is your heads-up to not bother with Lewis on waivers this week. The 33-year-old tight end entered the game with five targets in two games and matched that mark against the Ravens. Lewis hasn't finished as a top-30 fantasy tight end since 2012. Jacksonville put up 44 points in this game, but it's likely the Jags won't match that mark the rest of the season. This is a run-heavy offense that will continue to feature .
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