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QB: Matthew Stafford, Tyrod Taylor
RB: Leonard Fournette, Theo Riddick, C.J. Anderson, Samaje Perine, Joe Williams
WR: Odell Beckham Jr, T.Y. Hilton, Stefon Diggs, Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods
TE: Kyle Rudolph
PK: Matt Prater
TD: Carolina Panthers


Your receivers are the strongest part of this team. While no team can be expected to be above average at all three core positions (QB/RB/WR), you are in the precarious position of being a bit weak at two of them.

Although you should not be counted out yet, you may need to be active on both the waiver wire and in trades to turn this team into a legitimate contender. The best way to achieve that might be to sacrifice some of your wide receiver strength to gain multiple players than can help your roster now. It's generally easier finding quarterbacks and wide receivers on the waiver wire than quality running backs.

Keep an eye out for quarterbacks like Dak Prescott from last year, Blake Bortles from 2015, and Ben Roethlisberger from 2014. All were available cheap in August, and all contributed to fantasy championship teams. Likewise, running backs like Rob Kelley and Mike Gillislee could be had dirt cheap at the draft or shortly after. You are likely going to need to land some of this year's top waiver plays, so pay close attention to increased workloads, targets, injuries, etc.

Players we particularly like on this team include Stefon Diggs, Tyrod Taylor, and Sammy Watkins. We have all these guys ranked ahead of where they are typically being drafted.

Bottom line:
  • With great inseason management, we think you have about a 60 percent chance of making the playoffs.
  • With good inseason management, we think you have about a 45 percent chance of making the playoffs.
  • With average inseason management, we think you have a 25 percent chance of making the playoffs.

In any event, we wish you the best of luck. Here's hoping all your weeks are like week 12 of 2015:

Sammy Watkins vs. KC: 158 receiving yards, 2 TD
C.J. Anderson vs. NE: 153 combined yards, 2 TD
Matthew Stafford vs. PHI: 337 passing yards, 5 TD
T.Y. Hilton vs. TB: 95 receiving yards, 2 TD
Tyrod Taylor vs. KC: 291 passing yards, 3 TD
Odell Beckham Jr vs. WAS: 142 receiving yards, 1 TD

QB Summary:

We have Matthew Stafford rated #15 among quarterbacks, so we're not even sold on him as a fantasy starter in your league. But #17-rated QB Tyrod Taylor provides you with another viable option. So while the position doesn't figure to be a strength, with shrewd management and a little luck you might end up with decent production at QB

Incidentally, these two have a terrific combined schedule and a decent playoff schedule too. If you simply played the one with the better matchup each week, this is the schedule you'd face:

NYJ | CAR | ATL | ATL | CIN | NO | TB | OAK | GB | CLE | LAC | KC | NE | IND | MIA | NE

A quick note about the same-team Stafford/Theo Riddick duo you've got here. Though the effect is probably negligible, this kind of pairing is likely to make your team more (not less) consistent than a comparable-scoring different-team pair. See this article (which was written before the 2008 season) for more discussion.

RB Summary:

We see both your starters at running back as below average. Our projections have Leonard Fournette ranked 14th and Theo Riddick ranked at #30.

Your bench looks good and should help offset the unexciting starting unit. C.J. Anderson should be a good third running back.

Though some teams will probably be content to roster as few as three players here, it was not a bad idea to take a few extras because you're not particularly strong overall at the position. Of your remaining guys, we like Samaje Perine the best, but you should keep the one you think has the best chance of putting up starter numbers. The rest might be considered expendable if you find you need roster space elsewhere.

WR Summary:

Nice work here. We like all your starting receivers, as our projections indicate that they give you a combined 3.9 point-per-game advantage over an average opponent in this league. Odell Beckham Jr is our #3 ranked receiver, T.Y. Hilton is #12, and we have Stefon Diggs 22nd.

Your bench also looks good. Sammy Watkins looks great as a fourth receiver. But we are not at all excited about Robert Woods as a fifth WR.

Again, the same-team aspect of the Diggs/Kyle Rudolph duo does not concern us.

TE Summary:

Kyle Rudolph, who we have ranked #7, is below average but probably adequate as a starting tight end. You might get by with only Rudolph, but some additional help here probably wouldn't hurt.

Kicker Summary:

Matt Prater, our 13th ranked kicker, is below average but probably adequate.

Defense Summary:

The Panthers are probably not a difference-maker at defense, but they should be OK.

When you don't have an elite defense, one option is a committee approach. That is, try to get two cheap defenses whose schedules fit well together. Here are a few teams who we think may be available and whose schedules fit best with the Panthers', along with the combined schedule that each would create:

Panthers   +   Jaguars   =   SF | TEN | BAL | NYJ | DET | LAR | CHI | TB | CIN | LAC | CLE | NYJ | IND | MIN | HOU | SF
Panthers   +   Bills   =   NYJ | CAR | DEN | ATL | CIN | PHI | CHI | TB | NYJ | NO | LAC | NYJ | NO | IND | MIA | TB
Panthers   +   Eagles   =   SF | BUF | NO | LAC | ARI | CAR | CHI | SF | DEN | MIA | DAL | NYJ | NO | LAR | NYG | TB

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Schedule Analysis

Green means GO (good matchup), red means STOP (bad matchup). Main starters highlighted

At the bottom of the table, the Relative Strength row shows you how strong we project your team to be, relative to your usual strength, in that week. This accounts for byes and matchups.

Relative Strength1009910110010510491959910198100101100100104

Schedule and Matchup Notes:

  • Please note that the Relative strength numbers above account for both byes and matchups.
  • Remember that you might have starters on bye in a given week, but still have a high relative strength. This could occur because of favorable matchups, or it might be because you are projected to be missing less production than an average opponent will (your opponents have to deal with byes too).
  • Week 7 presents serious bye week issues for you: Matthew Stafford, Theo Riddick, and Matt Prater are off.
  • Week 8 presents serious bye week issues for you: Leonard Fournette, Odell Beckham Jr, Sammy Watkins, and Robert Woods are off.
  • Week 11 presents moderate bye week issues: Joe Williams, T.Y. Hilton, and Carolina Panthers are not playing.
  • Stefon Diggs and Kyle Rudolph are out in week 9, but your opponent will likely have comparable issues with byes.
  • In weeks 4, 5, 6, 10, and 12 you'll probably be better off than your opponent, as far as byes are concerned.

Potential Free Agents

Listed in order of preference. We don't know exactly who is available in your league, but here is a list of players who might be available and could be upgrades over some of your depth players, listed in order of preference. Your players are listed in red for comparison. Players who might not mesh well with the bye weeks of your key players are grayed out.

QB: we don't necessarily recommend any roster moves here.

RB: Rob Kelley (5), Matt Forte (11), Adrian Peterson (5), Eddie Lacy (6), Giovani Bernard (6), James White (9), Paul Perkins (8), Darren Sproles (10), Chris Thompson (5), Derrick Henry (8), Jamaal Charles (5), Jonathan Stewart (11), Shane Vereen (8), C.J. Prosise (6), Darren McFadden (6), Mike Gillislee (9), T.J. Yeldon (8), LeGarrette Blount (10), DeAndre Washington (10). We have all these players rated ahead of Samaje Perine and Joe Williams.

WR: Kendall Wright (9), Ted Ginn (5), Devin Funchess (11), Marquise Goodwin (11), Mohamed Sanu (5), Kenny Stills (1), John Brown (8), Corey Davis (8), Tyler Lockett (6), Torrey Smith (10), Allen Hurns (8), Robert Woods (8).

TE: we don't necessarily recommend any roster moves here.

PK: Dustin Hopkins (5), Adam Vinatieri (11), Caleb Sturgis (10), Sebastian Janikowski (10), Phil Dawson (8), Matt Prater (7), Blair Walsh (6), Chris Boswell (9), Brandon McManus (5), Graham Gano (11).

TD: Baltimore Ravens (10), Philadelphia Eagles (10), Carolina Panthers (11), Pittsburgh Steelers (9), New York Giants (8), Cincinnati Bengals (6), Jacksonville Jaguars (8), Green Bay Packers (8), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1), Los Angeles Rams (8).

Projections and Player Summaries

Matthew Stafford36055240027.32411411722351.315
Tyrod Taylor29244730406.82210904954337.517

Matthew Stafford - Stafford is a franchise quarterback entering his prime years at age 29. While he hasn't reached the elite status many expected when he was drafted first overall in 2009, he has established himself as an above-average starter. After being labeled as injury prone early in his career, Stafford has proven incredibly durable and started every game over the past six seasons. He has also been consistently productive, throwing for 4,250+ yards in every season since 2011. In 2016, he threw for 4,327 passing yards (a slight increase over his 2015 total) but saw his touchdown passes decrease from 32 in 2016 to just 24 last season. Stafford has evolved over the past two seasons into a much more cerebral quarterback and drastically cut down his turnovers. He has just 12 interceptions in 25 starts since Jim Bob Cooter took over as offensive coordinator midway through the 2015 season. Stafford has consistently thrown for 4,250 yards but his fantasy upside will hinge largely upon whether he can get back to throwing for 30+ touchdowns. His lack of top red zone options at receiver will make that a difficult task and could lead to Stafford again landing in the high-end QB2 range.

Tyrod Taylor - Taylor enters his third year as a starter, but his situation is not firm. The Bills hesitated when it came to reworking his contract and didn't make a real long-term commitment to him when they did come to terms. He's going to have to fight for work with Cardale Jones, TJ Yates and rookie Nathan Peterman. If he can't separate from them, it'll be a bad look. If he does win the job, two things make that job tougher. One, his constantly injured and sub-average receiving corps and second, the run-first offense. The first the team is hoping will be improved by the addition of rookie Zay Jones, but replacing Sammy Watkins with Jordan Matthews is a huge downgrade for Taylor. The Bills have said they will still lean on the run and while they threw more than they ran - 474 attempts compared to 382 -but they are still below par for the rest of the NFL. That makes his lower touchdown total - 17 (23 if you count his rushing touchdowns) - more of an issue. Those factors combined makes Taylor unreliable most weeks.

Leonard Fournette2209574.47332612208.814
Theo Riddick602173.62574673155.430
C.J. Anderson1606774.25282211153.831
Samaje Perine1054464.23968078.463
Joe Williams0000000.0138

C.J. Anderson - There's always something that keeps C.J. Anderson from playing up to his potential. The talent as a runner and receiver out of the backfield is there, but injuries have hampered Anderson's pro career. Last year, Anderson suffered a meniscus injury in Week 7 against the Texans (in a game he rushed for over 100 yards) and that caused him to miss the rest of the year. He's been recovering since then, and Anderson should be on the field for most all of the work in OTAs and minicamp. New head coach Vance Joseph says the Broncos are going to have a competition at running back, but Anderson has to be considered the frontrunner at this time. Anderson is taking his conditioning more seriously than ever and seems to ride his bicycle 40 miles a day around the Mile High City. He's got to compete with Jamaal Charles and Devontae Booker for the top spot on the depth chart. We should see the Broncos use a form of RBBC in 2017, and that will negatively impact Anderson's fantasy value even if he's the starter.

Leonard Fournette - The Jaguars are looking like they are taking the same all-in approach with Leonard Fournette at running back this year as they did with Blake Bortles at quarterback in 2014. Fournette was the 4th Overall Pick in this year's NFL Draft and is ready to contribute at the NFL level immediately. In three years (31 games) at LSU, Fournette rushed for 3,830 yards, 40 touchdowns, and averaged 6.2 yards per carry. Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell says that the decision to use the fourth overall pick on running back Leonard Fournette was about making the Jaguars a better team immediately. "Leonard's a guy we think can come in and make an immediate impact, we're in a win now mode as we should be." Jacksonville's offensive line has been a question mark for some time now as no running back has averaged 4.0 yards per carry since 2011. As a team they only ran the ball 37 percent of the time in 2016 but that has a lot to do with the team being behind in games. The question on Fournette that everyone wants to know is if he is an NFL three-down-back. In 31 games at LSU he caught 40 passes but yet still managed to drop 8 passes.

Samaje Perine - Washington finished 21st in rushing yards, but that paints an unfair picture as the team only ran the ball 379 times (27th in the league). The team averaged 4.5 yards per attempt (9th) and scored 17 rushing touchdowns (6th). In other words, the pieces are in place for a competent running back to make a major fantasy impact. Rookie Samaje Perine will get a chance to compete for the job, although Rob Kelley isn't going to give up the role easily. Perine -- not as well known in most circles as his infamous teammate Joe Mixon -- is Oklahoma's all-time leading rusher. At 5'11", 233 lbs., Perine hearkens back to the days when Joe Gibbs was pounding John Riggins behind the Hogs. Don't mistake his build and power game for being one dimensional; he apprised himself well as a route runner in workouts.

Theo Riddick - Theo Riddick has developed into one of the best receiving backs in the league and is a big part of the Lions passing game. He missed six games last season but still managed to catch 53 passes (5.3 per game). In 2015, he caught 80 passes (5.0 per game). Riddick has not performed well as a runner however, with a career average of just 3.5 yards per attempt. He did show signs of modest improvement as a runner last season however. His 3.9 YPC and 92 rushing attempts in 2016 both rank as career highs. The Lions locked Riddick up last fall with a three-year extension that will keep him in Detroit through the 2019 season. Riddick's value in fantasy leagues is mostly limited to the PPR format, where his average of 5.1 receptions per game over his past 26 games projects out to 82 catches in a full season. He is low-end RB2 with some further upside should Ameer Abdullah get injured again or prove ineffective in the lead role.

Odell Beckham Jr17093132114.211291.83
T.Y. Hilton00082121414.87245.412
Stefon Diggs1708495811.46216.522
Sammy Watkins00070101514.57213.524
Robert Woods0004352512.24119.567

Odell Beckham Jr - Odell Beckham may pout. He may let defensive backs get under his skin. He may frustrate teammates on the sidelines. He also dominates the receiver position in away unseen by anyone not named Randy Moss. It's a fair trade-off. Through three seasons, Beckham has 288 receptions (2nd all-time), 4,122 yards (2nd all-time) and 35 touchdowns (4th all-time). That's in spite of playing 43 of 48 regular season games. On a per-game basis, his first three years have been unmatched. Beckham can do anything the team requires. He runs great routes, he knows how to get separation, he attacks the ball, and his body positioning is unparalleled. The only reason for pause is the Giants addition of veteran Brandon Marshall and drafting of 1st round TE (aka oversized receiver) Evan Engram. The Giants have more depth at receiver, and therefore Beckham is unlikely to repeat last season's 169 targets. Beckham is a lock first round choice in every fantasy format.

Stefon Diggs - Stefon Diggs had a solid season with an 84/903/3 statline on 112 targets (in 14 games). Diggs coming out party was in Week 2 against the Packers where he caught 9 of 11 targets for 182 yards and a touchdown. Look for the duo of Thielen and Diggs to pick up where they left off in 2016 and hopefully a third WR can step up this season with the departure of Cordarrelle Patterson.

T.Y. Hilton - T.Y. Hilton increased his fantasy ranking in each of his first three years in the league (25, 19, 10). In 2015 Andrew Luck missed nine games due to various injuries, but Hilton still managed to finish in the Top 25 among fantasy wide receivers. In 2016 Hilton had a career best Top 5 finish, which was aided by a multiple-week injury to Donte Moncrief and subsequent lack of help from other receivers. As a result, Hilton had career highs in targets (155) receptions (91) and receiving yards (1,448). Moncrief is returning healthy in 2017 which will reduce Hilton's involvement on offense. He'll still be Luck's top target, but his production should go down with Moncrief's return. In five years, Hilton has never had less than five touchdowns in a season and he has only missed two games in his career. He's one of the most consistent receivers in the game and he has an elite quarterback who trusts his ability to get open regardless of coverage. Hilton can run the entire route tree and has shown success no matter where he lines up. He may not reach Top 5 status in 2017, but he's a solid WR2 who is capable of putting up WR1 numbers any given week.

Sammy Watkins - Watkins is now a Ram, and while Tyrod Taylor isn't a huge fantasy value creator for wide receivers, Jared Goff has to be considered even more of a ceiling capper, especially because the Rams have a better supporting cast of targets. His value is down after the trade, and it will take a bit for ADP to adjust. His foot did look sound in the preseason opener and his injury risk should be considered lower than it was before we saw him.

Robert Woods - Robert Woods signed a significant free agent contract, moving from the Bills to the Rams this offseason. Woods sporadically saw lead receiver duties in Buffalo, but primarily was the chain-moving secondary option in four NFL seasons with the Bills. Woods profiles as a low-floor, low-upside option and the Rams were aggressive in the NFL Draft stocked the pass game cupboard, plus adding Sammy Watkins late in the offseason via trade. Receivers Cooper Kupp and Josh Reynolds join tight end Gerald Everett for the Rams rookie haul, pointing to a changing of the guard after the Rams' struggles in 2016. Woods fits as a No.2 or No.3 NFL receiver, which is where he settles on the depth chart considering the Rams' latest additions this offseason.

Kyle Rudolph757439.96185.37

Kyle Rudolph - Kyle Rudolph finished the 2016 season as the 3rd ranked fantasy tight end. He did so quietly and posted the best numbers of his career at 83/840/7. The chemistry between Bradford and Rudolph was real as he was targeted 132 times which is far and above more than any other year in Rudolph's 6 year career. Rudolph is a big time red zone target for Bradford and with Bradford having to dive into the Vikings offense with such a short learning curve he instantly had a connection with his TE and continued it through out the season.

Matt Prater29343638123.013

Carolina Panthers391114334122.2120.010

Player News (last 7 days)

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Jaguars | Leonard Fournette scores again - Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette rushed for 59 yards and one touchdown on 17 carries against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 3. He also caught three passes for 21 yards during the game. Sun Sep 24, 12:35 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: For the second straight week, Fournette was bailed out in fantasy by a garbage time score, but this time, his team was in control of the game. He'll be in all of our lineups next week against the Jets.

Broncos | C.J. Anderson ready to sustain success - Denver Broncos RB C.J. Anderson said he is in the best shape of his life thanks to an improved training program designed to help him stay healthy. 'I am doing some things, recovery-wise, to keep my body fresh and to keep my mind fresh,' Anderson said. Sun Sep 24, 12:18 AM     [Link to story]

Giants | Week 3 injury report for NYG - New York Giants LB B.J. Goodson (shin), OT Bobby Hart (ankle) and LB J.T. Thomas (groin) did not participate in practice Friday, Sept. 22, and have been ruled out for Week 3. CB Janoris Jenkins (ankle) was limited during practice and is listed as questionable. WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) and TE Evan Engram (concussion) were limited during practice but are not on the injury report. LB Keenan Robinson (concussion) fully participated in practice and is not on the injury report. Fri Sep 22, 04:38 PM     [Link to story]

Giants | Odell Beckham limited Friday - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) was limited during practice Friday, Sept. 22, but is not on the injury report for Week 3. Fri Sep 22, 04:24 PM     [Link to story]

Rams | Sammy Watkins in protocol - Updating previous reports, Los Angeles Rams WR Sammy Watkins (concussion) is in the concussion protocol Friday, Sept. 22. Fri Sep 22, 08:05 AM     [Link to story]

Rams | Sammy Watkins has possible concussion - Los Angeles Rams WR Sammy Watkins (concussion) left the team's Week 3 game against the San Francisco 49ers with about eight minutes remaining after being evaluated on the sidelines for a head injury. Watkins went to the locker room and was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol. Fri Sep 22, 02:21 AM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Watkins had an outstanding game and might have earned trust from his fantasy owners just in time for a matchup with the weak Cowboys secondary next week. He'll have to clear concussion protocol to be active.

Rams | Robert Woods tops 100 yards - Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods registered six receptions for 108 yards in the team's Week 3 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Fri Sep 22, 12:25 AM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Woods was getting free against the inexperienced 49ers secondary. He's still not going to get these kind of numbers most weeks, but against the Cowboys pass defense next week Woods could merit a desperation play in deeper leagues.

Rams | Two scores for Sammy Watkins - Los Angeles Rams WR Sammy Watkins finished with six catches on seven targets for 106 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-39 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 3. Thu Sep 21, 11:58 PM     [Link to story]

Giants | No setbacks for Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) said he has experienced zero setbacks with his injured ankle after playing in Week 2, and he expects to play more against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. Thu Sep 21, 10:49 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: You have to play Beckham every week he is active, but expectations are being lowered for his production this year with a terrible offensive line and Eli Manning looking like he is well past his prime.

Giants | Odell Beckham remains limited - New York Giants Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) was limited in practice again Thursday, Sept. 21. Thu Sep 21, 02:29 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: As we saw last week, just being in the lineup isn't a great guarantee of production. The offensive line and Eli Manning's bad case of jitters are a real problem, as is some shaky offensive playcalling. Beckham is Beckham, so we still like him as a decent WR2 play, but he isn't going to reach his ceiling consistently as long as the Giants offense is a mess like this.

Giants | Odell Beckham limited Wednesday - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) was limited during practice Wednesday, Sept. 20. Wed Sep 20, 06:24 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Beckham was eased back into the lineup in Week 2 against the Lions, playing only 34 snaps on Monday night. If he gets through practice this week with no setbacks, Beckham should be able to do more. The Giants offense is rough, but Beckham could still perform like a low-end WR1 against the Eagles in Week 3.

Giants | NYG could face compromised secondary - New York Giants WRs Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard could face a shorthanded Philadelphia Eagles defensive backfield in Week 3, as S Rodney McLeod (hamstring) and CB Jaylen Watkins (hamstring) are nursing hamstring injuries. The Eagles also lost CB Ronald Darby for four-to-six weeks with an ankle injury in Week 1. Wed Sep 20, 02:27 PM     [Link to story]

Jaguars | Jacksonville RBs running into a crowd - Jacksonville Jaguars RBs Chris Ivory (73.3 percent) and Leonard Fournette (52.5) rank first and fifth, respectively, in the NFL in regards to how often they face eight defenders in the box. Tue Sep 19, 11:14 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Opponents know the Jaguars want to run the rock and keep the ball out of the hands of QB Blake Bortles. They are responding by loading the box and daring the Jaguars to throw. If a game goes according to plan, Fournette is going to get plenty of work and he has no problem slamming it against an 8-man front all day. When games go off script (see Week 2 vs Tennessee), the running backs are put on the back burner.

Giants | Odell Beckham plays 61 percent of snaps - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) played 34 of 56 (61 percent) offensive snaps in Week 2. Tue Sep 19, 09:22 AM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Beckham was targeted five times and hauled in four passes for 36 yards in the loss to the Lions on Monday night. He didn't appear to have any setbacks with this injury, so fantasy owners can look at him as a WR1 for Week 3 against the Eagles.

Giants | Odell Beckham mostly ineffective - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. posted four catches for 36 yards on five targets in the Week 2 game against the Detroit Lions on Monday, Sept. 18. Tue Sep 19, 12:16 AM     [Link to story]

Lions | Theo Riddick totals 12 touches - Detroit Lions RB Theo Riddick rushed nine times for 20 yards while added three receptions for 17 yards in Week 2 against the New York Giants on Monday, Sept. 18. Mon Sep 18, 11:51 PM     [Link to story]

Lions | Matthew Stafford tosses two TDs in win - Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford completed 15 of his 21 pass attempts for 122 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Week 2 game against the New York Giants on Monday, Sept. 18. Mon Sep 18, 11:47 PM     [Link to story]

Giants | Odell Beckham active for Week 2 - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) is officially active for the team's Week 2 game. Mon Sep 18, 07:19 PM     [Link to story]

Bills | Tyrod Taylor to remain a starter in Week 3 - Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor will be the starting quarterback in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos, according to head coach Sean McDermott. Mon Sep 18, 01:37 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: He's the starter even though the Bills offense was atrocious against the Panthers in Week 2. The Bills don't have a great matchup against the swarming Denver Broncos defense in Week 3, and Taylor should struggle against the league's best defense.

Giants | Odell Beckham to test ankle pre-game - Updating an earlier report, New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) will test his ankle in pre-game warmups Monday, Sept. 18. Mon Sep 18, 11:24 AM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Things have been trending towards Beckham playing on Monday night against the Lions. We'll know more this evening.

Giants | Odell Beckham a game-time decision - Updating previous reports, New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) is 'up in the air' to play Monday, Sept. 18, against the Detroit Lions. Mon Sep 18, 08:17 AM     [Link to story]

Redskins | Samaje Perine runs for 67 yards - Washington Redskins rookie RB Samaje Perine rushed 21 times for 67 yards in Week 2 against the Rams and he had one catch for no gain on his only target. Mon Sep 18, 12:29 AM     [Link to story]

Rams | Robert Woods held to one reception - Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods managed just one catch for eight yards on four targets in Week 2 against Washington. Mon Sep 18, 12:26 AM     [Link to story]

Rams | Sammy Watkins quiet in Week 2 - Los Angeles Rams WR Sammy Watkins posted two catches for just 30 yards on two targets in Week 2 against Washington. Mon Sep 18, 12:24 AM     [Link to story]

Broncos | C.J. Anderson rolls for 118 yards, TD - Denver Broncos RB C.J. Anderson rushed 25 times for 118 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 against the Dallas Cowboys and he added 36 yards on three catches with a score. Sun Sep 17, 11:42 PM     [Link to story]

Jaguars | Leonard Fournette gets into end zone - Jacksonville Jaguars rookie RB Leonard Fournette rushed 14 times for 40 yard and a touchdown in Week 2 against Tennessee. He also added two receptions for 21 yards on five targets. Sun Sep 17, 08:28 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Fournette got the score when the game was out of hand, so his owners should consider themselves lucky. He'll be a boom/bust RB2 in a tough matchup against the Ravens next week.

Bills | Tyrod Taylor does next to nothing - Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor completed 17 of his 25 pass attempts for 125 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 2 against the Panthers while running eight times for 55 yards. Sun Sep 17, 06:41 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Taylor was powerless to move the Bills offense against a legitimate defense. He'll only be a desperation play again facing the Broncos next week.

Vikings | Stefon Diggs has quiet day - Minnesota Vikings WR Stefon Diggs caught two passes for 27 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2. Sun Sep 17, 05:56 PM     [Link to story]

Footballguys view: Diggs looked like a budding fantasy WR1 after one week with Sam Bradford, and he looks like end of the bench fodder without him. We'll have to watch Bradford's status closely to know what to do with Diggs in Week 3.

Vikings | Kyle Rudolph finishes with 45 yards - Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph caught four passes for 45 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2. Sun Sep 17, 05:34 PM     [Link to story]