Week 3 of the NFL Season is underway and the Cleveland Browns finally got off the snide. Baker Mayfield entered the game with 2 minutes left in the 2nd quarter. Leading the offense to a field goal. Tyrod Taylor was ruled out with his concussion and its a wrap. Mayfield displayed his tight spiral accuracy, ability to throw receivers open, pocket awareness, competitive nature and ability to fit the ball into tight windows. Go and grab Baker Mayfield if he is on the waiver wire.

Quarterback

Joe Flacco has seen 8 in the box often, John Brown is performing and he is a sneaky pick up for his week 4 matchup at Pittsburgh.

Ryan Tannehill at home performs at times and Devante Parker is back.

Running Back

Javorius Allen is a solid RB 3/Flex option. He is being utilized at the receiver position, in the redzone and is on a defense first team. Kenneth Dixon’s injury aids in Allen’s carries increasing.

Latavius Murray is a good acquisition if you need a running back week 3. Dalvin Cook is definitely the #1 and his 80% snap count displays this. However with his injury, Murray might see an increase in usage this week. Gamescipt could also dictate Murray running the ball in the 4th quarter against Buffalo. The Vikings are 17 point favorites at home.

Wide Receiver

John Brown is the go to guy in Baltimore and Tyler Boyd is averaging an 82% snap count usage. Boyd is also manning the slot and the number two receiver in 2 receiver sets. Not John Ross at the moment.

Tight End

Tight End Tyler Eifert‘s playing time is increasing, Vance McDonald is healthier and Eric Ebron is doing well under new coach Frank Reich.

As Always,

(Teams Going Off + Thoughts Flexed In) = Combination Lineups

May the Fantasy Force Be With You.

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