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NFL Week 3 Fantasy Impact

Week 3 ended with a bang on Monday night as the Falcons and Saints combined for 77 points and plenty of fantasy matchups were decided.  Julio Jones (1-16) and Brandin Cooks (2-13) sure didn’t help their teams.  On the other hand, Drew Brees threw for 376 with 3 TDs, Devonta Freeman had 217 combined yards with a TD, and Tevin Coleman scored 3 TDs on 89 combined yards.  Those are some big fantasy games!  The other huge NFL game this week, as far as fantasy impact goes, was the Eagles drubbing of the Steelers.  The Philadelphia defense held the mighty Steelers to 3 points in this one.  Antonio Brown (12-140 on 18 targets) had the only respectable game for the Steelers.  Carson Wentz looked spectacular with his first career 300 yard game, including a 73 yard TD pass to Darren Sproles.  And the kid still hasn’t thrown an interception as a pro.  It’s getting sunny in Philadelphia!

And now onto the rest of the week 3 fantasy recap…


Week 3 Fantasy Highlights

Trevor Siemian (Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas)
– Siemian looked like a long time pro in this one throwing for 312 yards and 4 TDs.  His top WRs benefited from the performance with Sanders (9-117-2) and Thomas (6-100-1) both going over 100 yards and combining for 3 TDs.

Matt Stafford (Marvin Jones) – Stafford has started out 2016 looking pretty good.  He threw for 385 yards with 3 TDs / 1 Int.  Marvin Jones (6-205-2) was the beneficiary in this one going over 200 yards receiving.  Jones is filling in the shoes of Megatron nicely!  I’d hold on to both of these players until it falls apart.

Aaron Rodgers (Jordy Nelson) – Rodgers threw 4 TDs but for only 205 yards.  He hooked up with Nelson (6-101-2) on 2 of them.  This tandem may be getting back to form.

Terrelle Pryor – Terrelle “Triple Threat” Pryor put up stats passing, rushing, and receiving.  In the passing game, he completed 3 of 5 for 35 yards, but caught 8-144.  He chipped in 4 carries for 21 yards and a rushing TD.  He’s an okay low-end receiving option, but don’t expect many big games, especially with Josh Gordon returning soon from his suspension.

Carlos Hyde – Hyde (21-103-2) finally went over the century mark this season and doubled his TD total on the year to 4.  He will have up and down games that will likely drive you nuts all year.  With that said, he’s still a solid RB3 and can easily fill in during bye weeks.

Jeremy Hill – Hill (17-92-2) was the only bright spot for the Bengals when they played a tough Denver defense.

DeMarco Murray – Murray (16-114-1) went over 100 yards but still gives up a decent amount of carries to Derrick Henry (10-45-0).  I think this is what we’re going to see as far as the workload split until later in the season when Murray may slow down.

Ezekiel Elliott – Dallas was up early in this one and Elliott (30-140-0) ran it home.  He also had 2-20 in the receiving game.  He’s living up to his RB1 status.

David Johnson – Johnson (19-83-2) is also living up to his first round status with 2 TDs and also caught 3-28.

LeGarrette Blount – Mr. Consistency???  Blount (24-105-2) had another game with 20+ carries and has scored a TD in every game.  Ride him while he’s hot (and before Dion Lewis returns from IR)!

LeSean McCoy – McCoy (17-110-2) looked good this week and has been chipping in 3 to 4 catches per game which helps in PPR leagues.

Todd Gurley – This isn’t quite a highlight, but it’s hope.  Gurley (27-85-2) scored 2 TDs and the Los Angeles Rams put up 37 points.  If the offense can continue to give him this volume, he’s sure to break a few big runs.  As of now, he’s a low-end RB1 with all the upside in the world.  I would not sell low on him.

Allen Robinson – Robinson (7-57-2) had his first decent game of the year.  He hasn’t gone over 75 yards receiving in a game this year, but should be fine as a low-end WR1 / high-end WR2.

Doug Baldwin – Baldwin (8-164-1) had a great game and was targeted 10 times.

Mike Evans – Evans (10-132-1) had a productive day and will continue to be one of the most targeted WRs in the game.

T.Y. Hilton – Hilton (8-174-1) finally woke up in this one.  He was targeted 11 times and looks to be the main beneficiary with Donte Moncrief out.

Jimmy Graham – Is this a return to fantasy relevance???  I sure hope so and so do Seahawk fans.  Graham (6-100-1) was targeted 9 times in the game.  I’m going to wait and see if there’s a repeat performance before I believe.

Cameron Brate – Brate (5-46-2 on 10 targets) has taken over at TE for the recently released Austin Seferian-Jenkins.  Jenkins has since signed with the New York Jets.  I like Brate to be a solid bye week replacement at TE this year.  As for Jenkins, he always shows flashes but just can’t get it together; I’m not buying.

Zach Miller – Brian Hoyer targeted Miller (8-78-2) 9 times in the game and he also got 2 TDs.  He’ll have a few big games but he’s not consistent enough to start on a weekly basis.

Kansas City Chiefs Defense – The Chiefs intercepted Ryan Fitzpatrick 6 times even though they didn’t get any sacks.  They only gave up 3 points to the Jets and scored 2 DTDs.


QB Disasters!

Ryan Fitzpatrick
– 6 Interceptions! 6 Interceptions???  Yes, 6!  The Jets couldn’t get anything going in the game and the offense was shut down by the Kansas City Chiefs defense.  He’ll bounce back but he’s only a low-end QB2.

Carson Palmer – While he was respectable with 287 passing yards, 0 TDs and 4 Ints will get you on this list.  He’ll rebound but don’t expect the same career year as 2015.

Cam Newton / Kelvin Benjamin – Cam Newton was sacked 8 times and threw 3 Ints with no TDs.  Benjamin was blanked and only had 1 target against the vaunted Minnesota Vikings defense.  They’ll both bounce back.


Week 4 Injury Replacements

Jeremy Langford
– Langford is out 4-6 weeks with a severe ankle sprain and Jordan Howard looked good as his replacement in week 3.  He had 9 carries for 45 yards and 4 catches for 47 yards.  Ka’Deem Carey has his own hamstring injury but could get some work if active.  Howard is the running back to own while Langford is out and should be a hot waiver wire pickup.

Thomas Rawls – Rawls is expected to be out for “a few weeks”.  If you’re a Rawls owner and don’t already have Christine Michael, you’re probably too late.  In his absence in week 2, Michael (20-106-2) ran for over 100 yards with 2 scores.  He looks to carry the load until Rawls returns.

Chris Ivory – In his first game back from an undisclosed injury, Ivory injured his knee and ankle in this week’s game.  He’s questionable and we’ll have to see how his practice week progresses.  If he’s out, T.J. Yeldon should carry the load against a weak Indianapolis Colts defense.

Shane Vereen – Vereen was placed on IR and will be out the next 8 weeks at minimum.  If Rashad Jennings doesn’t return to action this week, Orleans Darkwa (10-53-1) will likely be the lead back.  Paul Perkins and the flashy Bobby Rainey could both get some carries.

Ryan Mathews Wendell Smallwood (17-79-1) carried the load after Mathews left the game after only 2 carries.  Kenjon Barner (8-42-1) chipped in as well and Darren Sproles (6-128-1) was used in the passing game.


Words of Wisdom

Through 3 weeks of the fantasy season, we now know where our teams’ strengths and weaknesses are.  Bye weeks will be starting in week 4, and depth at all positions is so important.  All fantasy players will be tested to roll out competitive lineups with the off days and injuries already piling up.  Week 4 will have the return of Le’Veon Bell from suspension.  And we expect Tom Brady and Josh Gordon to infuse fantasy teams in week 5.  Be active on the waiver wire but don’t just waste pickups on every one week wonder.  Remember, that free agent pickup could win you a fantasy championship!


Fantasy Football: Week 3 Stars and Stiffs Report


As we sit at week 3, the Stars and Stiffs Report is here to point out the guys who you should feel safe about starting and the ones who are better off left at the bar until closing time. After the battles along the lines over the last 2 weeks, there is plenty to be concerned about heading into week 2.

Last week we saw the shootout of the week totaled 29 points and still haven’t seen Allen Robinson step onto the field the way we remember. Guys like Matt Forte and CJ Anderson have shown the RB position is not dead, while Kelvin Benjamin shows us it is still a pass first league.

The world of sports media can be a beautiful thing when all parties are involved and engulfed in a stern debate. As always, I look forward to your opinions and feedback. You can tweet with any questions (@TCutillo23) and leave your comments below. For my statistical hounds out there I will put last week’s stats in parentheses so you can see how I performed. Here are my picks for week 2………….

Stars for Week 3 (Last Week…4 out of 8…..50%)

QB: Ben Roethlisberger (@PHI), Andrew Luck (SD), Matt Ryan (@NO)

RB: Eddie Lacy (DET), David Johnson (@BUF)

WR/TE: Jordan Reed (@NYG), Michael Crabtree (@TEN), Eric Decker (@KC), A.J. Green (DEN)


Stiffs for Week 3 (Last Week….3 out of 6….50%)

QB: Sam Bradford (@CAR)

RB: Jeremy Hill (DEN), Frank Gore (SD)

WR/TE: Desean Jackson (@NYG), Torrey Smith (@SEA), Sammie Watkins (ARZ)


Sleepers: (Last Week…2 out of 3….75%)

Cruz (WAS), P. Dorsett (SD), Matt Ryan (@NO)


Bust Alert: (Last Week….2 out of 2….100%)

Jeffery (@DAL), M. Wallace (@JAC), T. Austin (@TB)


Week 3 Triple Threat…….

Ben Roethlisberger (@PHI) Big Ben still remains a hot commodity in the fantasy world due to the offense he runs. He continues to get stronger with age and shows he can make the best of anything that may be thrown his way. Rodgers, James and Coates are all becoming relevant due to the arm of Big Ben. The Yellow and Black show comes to Philly and the fireworks are already being planned.

Ezekiel Elliot (CHI) – The Dallas Cowboys haven’t blown anyone away this year, but they still have an exceptional running game partly due to the man they call Zeke. Since Zeke decided to use his time to study defenses instead of rolling some professional sized blunts, the offense has rolled along. He is the most important part of the offensive side of the ball and this week he will show the Bears why is he was picked as the early favorite for ROY.

Julio Jones (@NO) – Does he have a bad ankle? Does he have a bad hip? Does it really matter? Year after year we constantly debate on who the best receiver in game is, when all along it has been Julio. This guy runs like a cheetah and catches the ball effortlessly. He wins Fantasy Championships!

Remember, he came very close to 2000 yards receiving last year. This may be the year he hits the mark!

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“The Fantasy Factor” Week 3: Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots


Welcome to the third edition of The Fantasy Factor. The Fantasy Factor was unveiled in week 1 and continues to recap all the intricate details of the week’s Thursday night game. Historically, the Thursday night game has not been very fan friendly towards the fantasy world, but it still offers us a decent gauge of what to look for in future weeks. However, after witnessing many individual offensive explosions in the first two games, we were actually ready for a letdown. In this segment, I hope to enlighten you on some interesting facts, as well as some hard thought out analogies to give you a smile going into the weekend. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Coming into Thursday night’s game all eyes weren’t on the new look 2-0 Texans, but instead on the rookie debut of NE Quarterback Jacoby Brissett. Last week against the Dolphins, Jimmy G was moving the ball with ease until a shoulder injury forced him to the locker room and left the NE faithful with the thought of a rookie running the show until Tom Terrific was able to play. That thought was turned into a reality and Brissett played the game that was mapped out for him all week. Only 19 pass attempts and a 27 yd rushing TD was all that was in the cards to keep the rookie safe.

The Texans on the other hand were a 2-0 team still looking for an identity. Brock Osweiler was brought in to Houston to be the franchise QB they needed to excel them into the next step. He was an unproven commodity and commanded a steep price in order to get him out of Denver. The thought was with a stout front line that includes Wilfork and Watt, the Texans just needed a game manager to succeed. It is only a few weeks into the season, but Brock has at the very least given them a solid presence behind center.

The following highlights are what I think were the most important fantasy factors to take away from last night’s game:

I. New England Players Will NOT be Fantasy Relevant under Jacoby Brissett. 

The Pats are 3-0 and just wiped the field with the Texans, who couldn’t of beat a high school JV team last night. However, it was the way in which they won that should concern Gronk and Edelman owners. The game-plan was a simplistic outline of short throws and 39 rushing attempts all to keep rookie in complete control of his offense.  Jacoby Brissett threw for just 103 yards in a very simplified offense. As of now, NE will be a sad place for fantasy players with only the occasional big play from time to time…..The following is the breakdown….

J. Edelman 4 38 9.5 0
M. Mitchell 1 27 27.0 0
D. Amendola 2 23 11.5 0
M. Bennett 2 10 5.0 0
C. Hogan 1 3 3.0 0
J. White 1 2 2.0 0
R. Gronkowski 0 0 0 0


II. Bill Belichick had DeAndre Hopkins in his Pocket.

As Brock Osweiler frequently dumped the ball to tight end Ryan Griffin, who led the team with 10 targets, it was clear that New England was not going to let Hopkins beat them. They bottled him up most of the night and left the underneath routes open on a consistent basis. Even the few catches that Deandre did make were in traffic and required some magic. Here is how Hopkins has fared over the years against Mr. Belichick…..

2013 – 2/77……….2015 – 3/52……….2016…….4/56 = 9/185

It will be interesting to see if owners panic enough to sit their stud receiver in any future match-ups…Stay tuned!

III. Lamar Miller is the Bell Cow Back in Houston.

When Lamar Miller was signed in the off-season, the comparisons to Arian Foster type stats were running rampant. Knowing his athletic ability and knack fro being a very capable pass catching threat, I was one of those people hyping him up in the draft. You will read on many sites about Miller not yet averaging better than 3.8 yards per carry in a game and how is numbers are way down. However, in fantasyland we hold a very different perspective. Usage is always a top priority and based on the first 3 games of the season (28 touches per game), Miller has left his owners with no reason to panic.

IV. There are Plenty of Targets to go Around in Houston

Coming into this year, many owners were worried there may be a cut in production for DeAndre Hopkins with the growth of Jalen Strong and the drafting of Will Fuller. As we go into the first part of the season it looks as though there is no reason to worry.

DeAndre Hopkins – 27 Targets and 16 receptions

Will Fuller – 25 Targets and 12 receptions

LeGarrette Blount Will Quietly be a Solid RB2 in 2016. 

With the suspension of Tom Terrific, the Pats needed to find themselves a rock they could lean on in 4 games. They needed someone to take the load off of Jimmy G and now Jacoby Brissett. LeGarrette Blount has always been known for being a workhorse in the back field, but Bill Belichick hasn’t leaned on a RB since the Corey Dillon days. This year looks to be different.

So far he is averaging 25 carries a game, a 4.0 average per carry and just under 300 yards. Obviously anything can change when Tom Terrific returns, but a high powered running attack is something he probably would welcome with open arms.

This was the first dud of the Thursday night telecasts, but it still gave us an opportunity to see how the Pats would run their system. We learned they will be conservative and also that Brock maybe arrested at the end of the season for stealing so much money. Either way your opinion sways on the games, it will keep us watching and allow me the opportunity to give you the weekly Fantasy Factor!

As always, you can stop by my Facebook page (Fantasy Sports Addiction) or tweet me (@TCutillo23) for questions or some nice fantasy debates. I can also be heard weekly  via the internet stream live at WENG RADIO every Monday at 4:00 P.M. ET for a weekend sports wrap. But most importantly, you can catch me here at Pi!

For fantasy purposes, all my articles are predicated upon a PPR-based system.

Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Week 3 Fantasy Fallout

Week 3 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs



  • Rodgers…333 yds 5 TD
  • Dalton…383 yds 3 TD/ 1 INT
  • C. Newton…315 yds 2 TD, 33 yds rushing 1 TD


  • D. Freeman….141 yds, 3 TD….5 rec, 52 yds
  • Charles……..49 yds, 3 TD….5 rec, 33 yds
  • Randle…..87 yds, 3 TD…2 rec, 18 yds


  • AJ Green…..10 rec, 227 yds, 2 TD
  • S. Smith.…..13 rec, 186 yds 2 TD
  • J. Jones…..12 rec, 164 yds, 2 TD



  • Bridgewater…..121 yds, 1 INT
  • Kaepernick….. 67 yds, 4 INT, 46 yds rushing 1 TD
  • Foles….197 yds, 1 INT


  • Lynch…..14 yds…..1 rec 9 yds
  • Crowell……36 yds
  • CJ Anderson…..18 yds….1 rec, 9 yds


  • Boldin…..2 rec 16 yds
  • E. Royal…..3 rec, 3 rec 17 yds
  • S. Watkins……1 rec, 39 yds

Thoughts and theories from Week 3…..

  • Aaron Rodgers continues to write his path to Canton. He now has four career five-touchdown games, the most in franchise history and one ahead of Brett Favre. On top of that, he’s thrown 580 passes in a row at Lambeau Field without getting intercepted. Rodgers also joins Peyton Manning as only the second quarterback to throw 10 touchdowns in his first three games without allowing an interception.
  • Who wants to win the AFC South? With all teams holding onto a losing record, it seems that no one really wants to win. The battle between the Titans and the Colts was sorted out in the last 5 minutes of the game. Someone has to win and I still think Andrew Luck is the X Factor will sail the Colts to the top.
  • The injuries in week 3 have continued to mount. This time it was Big Ben. It seems as though he escaped a more severe injury, but he still will miss half the season. Can Michael Vick work his magic?

Peyton Manning threw for his first 300 yd game of the season.Is this just the beginning?…Chris Ivory was declared Active but did not receive a single carry…..Lesean McCoy spent more time on the exercise bike than on the filed. Thank God for his TD….Steve Smith Sr. showed he must of been blessed b the Pope because he went back in time to 2009…..Latavius Murray finally showed promise in a breakout game this weekend. Maybe the black hole isn’t so black anymore….Is there a RB controversy brewing in Philly? Ryan Matthews made Demarco Murray look like a granny on wheels…Now onto Week 4.

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Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Stars and Stiffs Report Week 3

Well, week 2 is behind us and one of the biggest topics this week is injuries. We saw many of our high draft picks get nicked up over the weekend, leaving us scrambling for the next available option on the wire. Drew Brees, Eddie Lacy, Chris Ivory, DeAndre Hopkins, and Eric Decker are just a few of the players that could be on the sidelines in week 3. We are still trying to unravel the fantasy mess of 2015, but the picture becomes murkier each week.

Who will find themselves on the Stiff report for week 3? Who will shine and work to be a star? What will be the Triple Threat pick of the week? Come look for yourself and tell me if you agree. You can tweet me (@TCutillo23) your own triple threat as well to see who scores the most points.

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Stars for Week 3

QB:—- A. Luck (@TEN), N. Foles (PIT)

RB:—- M. Lynch (CHI), L. McCoy (@MIA)

WR:— Gronkowski (JAC), B. Marshall (PHI), E. Sanders (@DET)

Stiffs for Week 3

QB:— B. Bortles (@NE)

RB: — L.Miller (BUF), F. Gore (@TEN)

WR: — A. Boldin (@ARZ), K. Allen (@MIN), R. White (@DAL)

Sleepers:—- CJ Spiller (@CAR), R. Matthews (BUF), K. Rudolph (SD)

Week 3 Triple Threat…….

R. Wilson (CHI) —–The Seattle Seahawks haven’t been exceptional so far this year, but none of that is because of Russel Wilson. He has been his usual electric self rewarding owners with 200+ yards, a few touchdowns, and 60+ rushing yards a game. If this keeps up, he will be a Top 5 QB in 2015.

L. Bell (@STL) —- Fresh off his 2 game suspension, Mr. Bell will pick up right where he left off in 2014. He was fantasy’s best running back last year and will continue that trend for the final 14 games in 2015.

Julian Edelman (JAC) —- Julian is putting together a monster season and is putting numbers up that go side by side to most 1st round picks. In 2 games this year he has been a PPR beast with 32 targets that have turned into a line of 22/194/2….He could be the defining piece of many Super Bowl teams this year.

Last Week Results…….Stars 5/7…..Stiffs….3/6…..Sleepers….2/3

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Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Week 2 Fantasy Fallout

Week 2 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs



  • Brady…466 yds 3 TD
  • Roethlisberger……369 yds 3 TD
  • C. Palmer……351 yds 3 TD/ 1 INT


  • D. Williams….77 yds, 3 TD….4 rec, 15 yds
  • M. Jones……..123 yds, 2 TD….3 rec, 23 yds
  • D. Lewis…..40 yds, 1 TD…6 rec, 89 yds


  • Fitzgerald…..8 rec, 112 yds, 3 TD
  • A. Robinson.…..6 rec, 155 yds 2 TD
  • A. Brown…..9 rec, 195 yds, 1 TD



  • Smith…..191 yds, 2 INT’s
  • Bradford….. 224 yds, 1 TD/ 2 INT
  • Luck….250 yds, 1 TD/ 3 INT


  • CJ Anderson…..27 yds…..1 rec 2 yds
  • L. Miller……14 yds…5 rec, 28 yds
  • Hyde…..43 yds….4 rec, 18 yds


  • A. Johnson…..3 rec 27 yds
  • D. Adams…..5 rec, 33 yds
  • M. Wallace……3 rec, 38 yds

Thoughts and theories from Week 2…..

  • The New York Jets are for real!. Coming into this year alot people were wondering how new HC Todd Bowles would make it in a city with big expectations. Bowles is known for his defensive schemes and showed why last night against Andrew Luck. They forced the Pro Bowler into 3 INTS and gave him little time to execute. The Jets are 2-0 and the playoffs do not seem like a mirage in 2015.
  • Don’t look now, but Johnny Football may be ready to take center stage. He engineered a week 2 win against the against the Titans by executing a great gameplan by Coach Pettine. Manziel attempted only 15 passes and used the speed of Travis Benjamin to burn the titan defenders for 2 Touchdowns. If the gameplan is run oriented and watered down, Manziel just might be able to succeed in this league.
  • What is going on with the Philadelphia Eagles? In an off-season full of shrewd moves and questionable trades, Chip Kelly has led his team to an embarrassing first 2 weeks. Sam Bradford looks confused and hesitant. Byron Maxwell looks like a bust. The offensive line couldn’t open up holes for Bo Jackson. Too many questions and too much to fix. Is the the Dream Team Part 2?
  • The injuries in week 2 have continued to mount. Tony Romo, Jay Cutler, Tevon Coleman, Drew Brees, Eddie Lacy, Kiko Alonso, and Luke Kuechly. These are some of the most notable injuries suffered in week 2. This is going to be a long fantasy year, so hopefully your bench is deep.

Tyler Eifert continued to show he is a force for the Bengals as long as he can stay healthy….Antonio Brown showed us why he is the best receiver in fantasy football…..Odell Beckham Jr. came out to show week 1 was a fluke….Andrew Luck has performed more like Jay Cutler. This can’t be true, can it?….After watching Drew Brees over the first 2 weeks, I hate to say it, but I think he is on the way down….Carson Palmer has shown that his body is made of steel and he can still outperform the top Quarterbacks in this league…..Matt Jones showed why he was drafted with big promise. Alfred Morris needs to hitch a ride on the Jones Train…..Is Travis Benjamin this years Allen Hurns or Josh Gordon? Pick him up now…Tom Brady! Enough said!……Now onto Week 3.

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