Week 3 NFL fantasy roundup
The Jets have other issues that should concern fantasy players. The running game has started to become an issue again. If the defense continues its spotty play, then the offense will have to struggle from behind in more games, and that isn't good for Favre. We've seen Favre scuffle with bad Packers teams in recent years, and he often becomes reckless when he is working with a deficit. When Favre attempts to play catch-up, he tries to force issues and starts making head-shaking turnovers. Favre could have conceivably ended up with four interceptions on Monday had the Chargers converted on more apparent turnover opportunities.
It's obvious to just about anyone that Favre is still uncomfortable with his new offense. He can't seem to find open receivers often enough on key passing downs, resulting in questionable throws, incompletions and coverage sacks. Favre's numbers may have been good enough to help some fantasy teams last night, but until he can get into more of a rhythm, he is a shaky starter going forward.
It hasn't helped that
It doesn't seem like we have to worry much about the New York receivers.
The "other" major story was that
It was an awful day for the Patriots offense. Whether it's because
In what is quickly becoming the norm, the Colts defense was defenseless against the run. The Jaguars played ball control offense by continually running the duo of
The Colts offense still looks rusty. With
Your association with the Rams should begin and end with
The Bengals' passing game finally showed signs that it still exists against the Giants.
The Lions have obvious issues.
Washington's streak of not allowing any rushing touchdowns continues. Despite fumbling,
The time-share in Tennessee continues.
The Philadelphia defense punched the Steelers right in the mouth. Then right between the eyes, followed by punch to the gut and while the Steelers were on the ground heaving, the Eagles gave 'em a good swift kick to the ribs. OK, maybe the metaphors are a little excessive, but nine sacks, three turnovers, and a safety is pretty close, isn't it? Moving forward it means that all Steelers become questionable plays against good defenses. The other big news is that
The Baltimore defense is once again a fantasy force, as they continue to make life miserable for opposing teams. The Ravens held the Browns to less than 200 yards of offense and compiled four sacks, three interceptions and a defensive TD. The more intriguing story, however, might be the deployment of the running backs.
Depending on your scoring,