Week 3: Start’em & Sit’em

It’s week three and you are starting to see who is going to get you those big points this year. Other than your norms like Cam Newton, Antonio Brown and C.J Anderson you have those players that you are on the fence about. 


Joe Flacco, QB, BAL – This week he is playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars after last week’s breakout game against the Cleveland Browns. He averaged 18.18 points against the Browns and I’m sure he will hit his favorite target Mike Wallace plenty of times. Hint hint. 👀

Theo Reddick, RB, DET– Reddick showed up and showed out in week one surprising everyone. He also had a solid game in week 2. He is most definitely a starter for week 3. With Ameer Abdullah out and no one is sure on his return Reddick is the number one running back for the Lions. He is playing like he is trying to take Abdullah’s spot.

Quincy Enunwa, WR, NYJ– Last week he grabbed 13 catches for 146 yards. He has become a fantasy gold mind. With Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall getting all of the attention, Enunwa is usually in single coverage like he will be this week against the Kansas City Chiefs. He is a most definitive start as a slot receiver.

A few other players I would think about starting or going to pick up if you can is Frank Gore, Matt Ryan and DeAngelo Williams.


Russell Wilson, QB, SEA – Since the start of the season Wilson’s play hasn’t been what we are used too. I know he sprained his ankle in week one so that may be a factor. While in the first two weeks the Seahawks have only scored a total of 15 points.

Devonte Freeman, RB, ATL – Freeman hasn’t proved himself to be the starting running back for the Falcons so he is sharing his touches right now. Until he shows that he is the number 1 running back I wouldn’t start him.

Doug Baldwin, WR, SEA – It’s not really Baldwin’s fault that he shouldn’t start it kind of falls on the performance of Russell Wilson and the rest of offense. They aren’t playing up to par. It also doesn’t help Baldwin’s case that he is hurt.


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