If you need more information on who to start and who to sit, take a look at our FOX fantasy experts' rankings for Week 3.
START: Matt Ryan, Falcons
He's thrown for at least 330 yards and two touchdowns in each of the first two games. This week, Ryan will face a Saints secondary that has allowed an average of 336 yards per game through the air. In 2015, Ryan averaged 314.5 passing yards and two TDs during his two matchups against New Orleans.
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START: Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins
Quarterbacks facing the Browns this season have averaged two TD passes and 290 passing yards. Last week, Tannehill nearly threw for 400 yards against New England.
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START: Todd Gurley, Rams
Gurley owners have been grossly disappointed with his lack of production in the first two weeks of the season. However, that should change in Week 3 as the Bucs have allowed the opposing teams' running backs to total 28.7 fantasy points (PPR league) per game.
START: Tevin Coleman, Falcons
Start all of your Falcons and Saints this week. It will be a high-scoring affair on Monday night and the Saints are allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs.
START: Travis Benjamin, Chargers
Start everybody on your roster from the SD/IND game. With Danny Woodhead out of the picture, Philip Rivers will look to his receiving corps to help shoulder the load. Benjamin scored two TDs last week and tallied 115 receiving yards on six receptions.
START: Stefon Diggs, Vikings
After a tremendous game on Sunday night (9 catches, 182 yards, and a TD), Diggs will look to build on that performance in Week 3. His chemistry with Sam Bradford will only get better. Don't worry about the tough Carolina matchup.
START: Dennis Pitta, Ravens
Pitta leads the Ravens in targets, receptions, and yards. If you're giving up on Gary Barnidge (or just don't trust Cody Kessler), then Pitta is a solid add to your roster in his place. Pitta received 12 targets last week against the Browns.
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START: Martellus Bennett, Patriots
Now, this decision is riding on the assumption that Rob Gronkowski won't play. It's been a love/hate relationship with Bennett already in the first two weeks. He was mainly used as a blocker in Week 1 and recorded 114 receiving yards in Week 2. Jacoby Brissett's first completion was to Bennett for 37 yards. Expect the checkdowns we've been looking for from the New England QB spot this week.
SIT: Andy Dalton, Bengals
This Broncos defense is still legit. Both Cam Newton and Andrew Luck were held to under 200 yards passing and could only muster one TD pass apiece. It's hard to bench a talent like A.J. Green, but I would highly advise benching his quarterback in Week 3.
SIT: Carlos Hyde, 49ers
Just like last year, Hyde had a terrific Week 1 performance. Also, just like last year, Hyde struggled in Week 2. If the trend continues, it could be a long season for Hyde's fantasy owners. In the past two seasons, Hyde has faced Seattle three times. In each contest, he's been unable to rush for more than 55 yards or score a touchdown.
SIT: Golden Tate, Lions
Matthew Stafford is trying to locate Tate, but has been unsuccessful. This year, Tate has been targeted 16 times and has caught nine passes. Tate is currently sixth on the Lions in receiving yards. Stafford is relying more on Marvin Jones Jr. and Eric Ebron.
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SIT: Zach Miller, Bears
It is clear to see that Miller didn't get invited to the party. Alshon Jeffery, Eddie Royal, and Kevin White are getting all the attention from Jay Cutler. If you're on the fringe about starting Miller, I would suggest more consistent options in that free agency range (Pitta, Walford, Rudolph, or Tamme).
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