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Quarterbacks Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins (at Philadelphia) Last Week: 22-33, 250 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs Cousins was a borderline Top 10 performer filling in for Robert Griffin III on Sunday. His numbers were strong but came against the Jacksonville Jaguars, so theyre hard to trust. I like Cousins because I think hes now the QB of the future in Washington and while hell struggle this week, he should consistently improve throughout the year. Geno Smith, New York Jets (vs. Chicago) Last Week: 16-32, 176 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 1 rushing TD Smith is strictly a QB2 this early in his career, but one that shows promise and could reward you with a couple QB1 performances, like Week 2, when he uses his wheels to add a rushing touchdown to his line. Another young QB to consider in two quarterback formats is Oakland Raiders rookie Derek Carr. Running Backs Knile Davis, Kansas City Chiefs (at Miami) Last Week: 22 carries, 79 yards, 2 TDs; 6 receptions, 26 yards Common among most desirable running backs on the waiver wire this week is theyre injury replacements. And leading that list is Davis, who did pretty much everything Jamaal Charles does in Kansas Citys offence, and almost as good. Davis may also be one of the most risky add on the list with the least still known about the severity of Charles high ankle sprain. Make your best judgment on reports and rumours with official injury reports coming after the waiver deadline. Other injury replacements perhaps worth a shot this week include Darren McFadden and Jonathan Stewart. Khiry Robinson, New Orleans Saints, (vs. Minnesota) Last Week: 8 carries, 31 yards, 1 FUM I was going to suggest Mark Ingram here if he wasnt already owned in your league, then news broke that hed be out a month with a hand injury. What Ingrams hand injury does mean however, is both Pierre Thomas and Robinson are in line for more touches. Its not yet known how that timeshare will shake out, but Robinson is the less owned back and should be easier to grab. While he hasnt yet looked like Darren Sproles 2.0, hes still a piece in the Saints offence expected to see more work. Chris Ivory, New York Jets (vs. Tennessee) Last Week: 14 carries, 43 yards, 1 TD; 1 reception, 3 yards Chris Johnson got the start but Ivory got as much work, one more carry actually. While neither has been great this year, Ivory has outperformed Johnson and scored a touchdown each week. His scoring pace wont last but in the Jets improved offence, he could be worth a flex spot if youre desperate. Another “backup” to consider on the waiver wire is Cincinnatis Jeremy Hill. Wide Receivers Mohamed Sanu, Cincinnati Bengals (vs. Tennessee) Last Week: 4 receptions, 84 yards, 1 TD; 50 passing yards Forget the passing yards but Sanu should still be a viable opttion for at least the next couple weeks.dddddddddddd With AJ Green and Marvin Jones likely out of action until after the Bengals Week 4 bye week at least, Sanu should be Andy Daltons top target. The former third-rounder has always flashed big play ability, he should get the targets to capitalize on that at least in the short term. Andrew Hawkins, Cleveland Browns (vs. Baltimore) Last Week: 6 receptions, 70 yards Hawkins was actually outscored by teammate Miles Austin, who would be a decent waiver addition as well, but Hawkins gets targeted more than Austin so he gets the write-up. With Clevelands offence actually looking decent, and Jordan Cameron in sick bay not stealing targets, their receivers have every chance to put up decent fantasy lines. James Jones, Oakland Raiders (at New England) Last Week: 9 receptions, 112 yards, 1 TD Through two weeks of the season, Jones has somehow snuck into the Top 10 at his position averaging nearly 75 yards per contest and scoring two touchdowns. The two touchdowns are deceiving in a way as both came in garbage time with the outcome no longer in doubt. But the Raiders figure to be playing a lot of garbage time this year and fantasy football doesnt distinguish how meaningless garbage time stats can be. Brian Quick, St. Louis Rams (vs. Dallas) Last Week: 7 receptions, 74 yards Quick is the clear cut No. 1 option in St. Louis, so his value is more closely tied to quarterback play by the Rams than the opportunities hell be afforded. If whoever is behind centre can produce 200+ passing yards like last week, Quick should garner enough receiving yards to be a decent addition. Expecting a touchdown for the receiver may be asking too much with this offence. Tight Ends Delanie Walker, Tennessee Titans (at Cincinnati) Last Week: 10 receptions, 142 yards, 1 TD Someone will pick up Walker after his monster Week 2 line and while he wont match those numbers on a regular basis, he could still slot in as a low-end TE1. Any Titans performance is at the mercy of Tennessees shaky offence led by Jake Locker, but Walker may not be as vulnerable since hes one of Lockers first targets when facing trouble. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs (at Miami) Last Week: 4 receptions, 81 yards Kelce was used more in Week 2 and fantasy players got a glimpse of what he could be in Kansas Citys offence. The former third rounder was tied for the most targets by non-running backs in Week 2 and if the Chiefs offence returns to what it was last year, should see enough red zone targets to justify a start every week. Niles Paul, Washington Redskins (at Philadelphia) Last Week: 8 receptions, 99 yards, 1 TD Paul led the Redskins in targets, catches, and yards filling in for Jordan Reed. Washingtons offence is in limbo as they transition to Cousins at QB, and Logan Paulsen could steal targets, but if Reed is still out in Week 3 Paul becomes at borderline TE1. ' ' '



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