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Each TD = 4
Every 20 yards = 1
Each TD = 6
Every 10yards = 1
Each TD = 6
Every 10yards = 1
Each extra point = 1
Each 1-29 yard FG = 3
Each 30-39 yard FG = 3
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Each sack = 1
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Each fumble recovery = 1
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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Brees, Drew NOS0.68025.4399997442961Brees is a must-start. New Orleans is desperate to avoid an embarrassing 0-3 start, so look for him to light it up at the Superdome.
2Stafford, Matthew DET0.82022.2799999937415This offense prefers to be at home and will excel against any opponent in the dome. A high scoring affair returns Stafford to the upper echelon of fantasy quarterbacks this week.
3Luck, Andrew IND0.89022.1000000834465It looks like the Colts want to run the football whenever possible with their Trent Richardson/Ahmad Bradshaw tandem, but the Indianapolis offense still flows through Andrew Luck. He is a rock-solid play versus a struggling Jacksonville Jaguars defense that has allowed an average of 266.5 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per contest.
4Brady, Tom NEP0.36021.6999998390675The defense bailed him out last week. He has not been much more than a game manager the past two weeks with only two passing touchdowns and missed connections on long passing attempts.
5Ryan, Matt ATL0.94020.5999999344349Don't overreact and bench Ryan after his dud Week 2 outing against a formidable Cincinnati Bengals defense. The Falcons triggerman currently leads the NFL in passing yards (679). Ryan also ranks second (tie) in attempts (87) and fourth in touchdown passes (four). He will bounce back against a depleted Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense that was picked apart by Derek Anderson (Panthers) in Week 1. Even if Roddy White (hamstring) sits, Ryan still has plenty of capable targets at his disposal.
6Newton, Cam CAR0.59019.8800001144409Assuming Newton has suffered no major setbacks with his cracked ribs or surgically repaired ankle, he is a solid play Sunday night against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that has allowed 289 passing yards and one touchdown toss per game. As long as Newton is dinged up, he likely won't be running the ball as much as he could.
7Manning, Peyton DEN0.62019.4800002425909The Seahawks defense roughed Aaron Rodgers up, but looked mortal versus Philip Rivers more recently. Peyton meanwhile has thrown three touchdown passes in each of Denver's games. It isn't rocket science: play him if you've got him.
8Wilson, Russell SEA0.29019.1800000146031He's incredibly tough to gameplan against as he's going to take what the defense gives him. Seattle won't dominate like they did in the Super Bowl but he'll produce enough to make him a low end QB1.
9Cutler, Jay CHI0.8018.8200000487268After a gutsy performance in last week's comeback win, the Monday night spotlight will be on. Expect Cutler to once again be on point putting up strong fantasy numbers.
10Dalton, Andy CIN0.96018.1399999335408Operation decrease Dalton's workload is in full effect, expect more of the same vs. a team strong against the pass.
11Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.72018.0999999567866We expect the Steelers to be playing from behind, but that's the only thing we like about this matchup. It's going to be a long night for Big Ben.
12Rodgers, Aaron GBP0.66017.7800000943244Shootout in Detroit this week, Rodgers will have a big week.
13Tannehill, Ryan MIA0.76017.7599999681115Tannehill continues to struggle in the passing game and his offensive line has had trouble keeping him upright. With Moreno and Miller possibly out for week 3, Miami will lean on Tannehill and the passing game.
14Kaepernick, Colin SFO0.7017.3199999779463Expect a more cautious gameplan after last week's 4th quarter debacle. He isn't going to force anything downfield and will have a bigger impact in the running game. He'll bounce back nicely in this divisional matchup.
15Carr, Derek ROAK0.87017.1000000238419The dink & dunk passing this offense relies on worked out alright against the injury-riddled Jets secondary, but left something to be desired last week. Carr was fortunately able to notch more fantasy points on the strength of 58 yards rushing, but the larger point is that there are bound to be safer options on your waiver wire.
16Smith, Alex KCC0.67017.0600000657141Just one touchdown on the year, but at least he's still padding his fantasy production with rushing yardage. Miami is somewhere in the middle, as fantasy matchups go. You could do worse among quarterback streaming options this week.
17Flacco, Joe BAL0.85016.5000001639128Flacco has had a lot of success vs. the Browns. Owners in two QB leagues should deploy away, but owners in regular leagues should look elsewhere unless they fell victim to the RG3 injury.
18McCown, Josh TBB0.73016.4999999403954In his first two starts for the Buccaneers, McCown has averaged a very soft 181 passing yards and one touchdown toss per game. Although he draws a great Thursday night matchup against an Atlanta Falcons defense that has allowed 328.5 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per contest, it's hard to trust McCown as anything more than a low-end fantasy QB2.
19Foles, Nick PHI0.53016.299999974668If Foles can get his act together for four full quarters, he'll finish as a top five play. The Redskins will likely give him that chance.
20Graham, Jimmy NOS0115.7599999606609Drew Brees' favorite target is a must-play as always.
21Murray, DeMarco DAL0015.7399999499321Feeding Murray the ball and limiting Romo's mistakes is the best formula for Dallas moving forward. Murray will be force fed 25 carries and will continue to produce at a high level.
22McCoy, LeSean PHI0015.7199999727309McCoy is going to find a lot of running room against the below average Washington defense. The resurgence of Darren Sproles could really start to wear on McCoy's statistics but he'll still manage to put up elite numbers.
23Stanton, Drew ARI0.82015.4800000041723It's looking like another start in week 3 but this time at home. The 49ers will provide a much bigger challenge than the Giants, making him a very risky start.
24Davis, Knile KCC0015.1800000183284Has answered the bell (and then some), on prior occasions when he logged significant snaps in Jamaal Charles' stead. Given the copious injuries to Miami's front seven and Alex Smith's slow start, it wouldn't surprise us if Knile finished Week 3 among the league leaders in fantasy points. 'Plug & play' aptly describes the situation Davis has going for him at this point.
25Cousins, Kirk WAS0.69015.0999999158084Cousins makes for a QB1 play against the Philly defense in week 3. Look for him to cement his case as a starter in the NFL. The numbers will see a bump if DeSean Jackson can suit up.
26Smith, Geno NYJ0.86014.9200000502169Smith is limited as the Jets are a run first team. We would like him more this week if Decker were guaranteed to start this week.
27Manuel, E.J. BUF0.58014.7999999821186Manuel has another favorable match up at home this week against San Diego. He was effective last week when Buffalo's rushing game stalled.
28Rivers, Philip SDC0.7014.5999998599291Small sample size, but Rivers is worlds better at home than in road games this season. Still, fantasy owners have to feel great about his vintage chemistry with Antonio Gates on display versus Seattle.
29Johnson, Calvin DET0114.5799999423325After a disappointing week, Stafford will make sure he is one of the top fantasy wide outs this week.
30Manning, Eli NYG1.2014.3199999332428Manning will be running for his life from JJ Watt all game. Manning is a must sit and if Cruz doesn't show up in some fashion, all New York options should be benched moving forward. This is going to be a horror show.
31Locker, Jake TEN0.97014.3000000156462After teasing fantasy owners with a nice Week 1 showing against the Kansas City Chiefs, Locker disappointed with a dud outing in Week 2 against a very soft Dallas Cowboys defense. The grossly inconsistent passer is not a recommended start against a Cincinnati Bengals defense that has allowed the 10th-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks.
32Forte, Matt CHI0013.9400000907481The 49ers were able to slow him down last week, as will the Jets on Monday night. Forte will make up for any shortfalls in the running game by having a strong game in the air.
33Bell, Le'Veon PIT0013.8199999257922The talent is legit, but this is a brutal matchup. Start him, just keep expectations tempered.
34Davis, Austin STL0.5013.760000012815It doesn't matter whether it's Davis or Hill under center for the Rams. Jeff Fisher would like to see 25 pass attempts or less this week versus Dallas. Austin Davis' mom isn't even starting him this week.
35Romo, Tony DAL1.17013.6000000163913St. Louis isn't as stout on defense as a lot of people thought heading into the year. The matchup favors Romo but the statistics on Romo's throws and downfield capability is a huge mark against him.
36Bush, Reggie DET0013.5799999982119His value lies in the passing game as Bell is getting the majority of the carries. The Lions offense will roar this week, taking Bush along the ride for a solid fantasy performance.
37Bernard, Giovani CIN0013.4000000804663Just like last week, we expect a field day from Bernard vs. an over matched opponent.
38Hoyer, Brian CLE0.72013.2799999713898Credit where credit is due, he did what he needed to do to get the Browns a win week two. Still not doing anything to consider him as a fantasy starter though.
39Lynch, Marshawn SEA0013.0400000885129No owner will be considering benching him after last week's let down. Denver is susceptible to the run and the Seahawks will exploit it at home.
40Marshall, Brandon CHI0012.9199999570847Unless he is declared out, he is a must start after last week's tremendous game after being a game time decision.
41Stacy, Zac STL0012.8999998345971If the Rams are going to win this week it's going to have to be because of a successful running game. Dallas isn't as bad as Tampa Bay but they aren't good either.
42Cassel, Matt MIN1.08012.7400000616908After a dismal performance against the Patriots, the calls for Bridgewater to see the field are only going to become stronger and stronger. Seek other options as Cassel is not worth fantasy consideration right now.
43Morris, Alfred WAS0012.6600001193583If Jackson can't go, the running game will be leaned on a little more. The offense should be clicking as new QB Cousins certainly has more of an understanding of the offense than RGIII did.
44Blue, Alfred RHOU0012.3600000366569Last week the rookie sixth-round pick ran ahead of Jonathan Grimes, toting the rock 11 times against the Oakland Raiders in junk time while Grimes received just three carries. It's not clear whether Blue has officially passed Grimes on the depth chart, but fantasy owners need to keep an eye on the pecking order in the Texans' backfield. Blue offers only handcuff value.
45Nelson, Jordy GBP0112.2199999392033As Rodgers' top wide out, you can pencil him in for at least a hundred yards, if not more.
46Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU0.73012.1599999889731The New York Giants have yielded the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing passers. However, it's very unlikely that Fitzpatrick will step out of his game-manager role and throw the rock a ton as long as Arian Foster is piling up the rushing yards. Fitzpatrick rates as a low-end fantasy QB2.
47Jennings, Rashad NYG0012Hate hate hate the matchup. Given the stat of the Giants all around and the need to throw to play catch up early, Jennings numbers could be dismal. It's difficult to bench him but keep expectations to a medium.
48Crabtree, Michael SFO0011.8200001046062He's the number one option in the passing game but sit him this week if you have better options. Patrick Peterson, a cautious Kaepernick, and possibly no Vernon Davis make him a very risky start indeed.
49Thomas, Julius DEN0011.6799999177456When your fantasy tight end's down week looks like 39 yards with a touchdown, you're doing alright. You have to like Julius' upside against the Seahawks defense, after what Antonio Gates did to 'em.
50Bryant, Dez DAL0011.4200000017881Bryant is the only one of Romo's options that will remain productive consistently. Even still, it took 10 catches to just break the 100 yard barrier. Bryant should see a similar workload here.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm