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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

Week 3
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QB T. Brady NE $9,400 SALARY 3.8x VALUE 35.7 FP
RB T. Gurley LA $7,900 SALARY 4.5x VALUE 35.4 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $7,500 SALARY 4.0x VALUE 29.6 FP
RB J. Howard CHI $6,800 SALARY 4.3x VALUE 28.9 FP
WR L. Fitzgerald ARI $6,500 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 27.4 FP
WR S. Diggs MIN $6,500 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 33.3 FP
K S. Hauschka BUF $4,600 SALARY 4.1x VALUE 19.0 FP
TE M. Lewis JAC $4,500 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 26.2 FP
D CIN D/ST CIN $4,100 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 14.0 FP
      $57,800 TOTAL
SALARY
  249.5 TOTAL
FP
QB T. Brady NE $7,700 SALARY 5.2x VALUE 39.7 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $7,300 SALARY 4.8x VALUE 35.1 FP
WR S. Diggs MIN $6,500 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 40.3 FP
WR L. Fitzgerald ARI $6,400 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 36.9 FP
WR S. Watkins LA $5,500 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 31.6 FP
RB J. Howard CHI $4,900 SALARY 7.2x VALUE 35.4 FP
RB C. Thompson WSH $4,500 SALARY 7.5x VALUE 33.8 FP
TE M. Lewis JAC $2,500 SALARY 11.3x VALUE 28.2 FP
D NO D/ST NO $2,000 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 14.0 FP
      $47,300 TOTAL
SALARY
  295.0 TOTAL
FP
RB K. Hunt KC $38 SALARY 0.6x VALUE 24.3 FP
QB R. Wilson SEA $34 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 33.5 FP
RB J. Howard CHI $26 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 26.4 FP
WR S. Diggs MIN $25 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 29.3 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $21 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 25.1 FP
RB C. Thompson WSH $18 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 24.8 FP
WR S. Watkins LA $18 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 22.6 FP
TE M. Lewis JAC $10 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 24.2 FP
D CIN D/ST CIN $10 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 14.0 FP
      $200 TOTAL
SALARY
  224.2 TOTAL
FP
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Adam Gase: Dolphins' offense was 'garbage' in Week 3

Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase went off on the team's poor offensive performance against the New York Jets.

What It Means:

Gase hinted that a shakeup may be in order, saying that there was "a lot of bad football" and that he'd "find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play." This is notable because Gase cut three offensive linemen the last time he was upside with his team's offensive showing.

With poor showings from Jay Cutler and Jay Ajayi, the Dolphins' pass offense now ranks 24th while their rush offense sits 22nd in our power rankings. Overall, they're 26th in offense, so some changes could certainly be coming in Week 4.

Dez Bryant scores again in Cowboys' victory

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant caught 2 passes (2 targets) for 12 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's Week 3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals.

What It Means:

Dak Prescott attempted only 18 passes all night, but Bryant made the most of his opportunity on a 15-yard score where he battered his way through the Cardinals' defense on his way to the end zone. Look for Dez to be more involved at home in Week 4 versus the Los Angeles Rams.

Per numberFire Live, Bryant finished with 1.37 Reception Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average wide receiver would have scored 1.37 fewer points than Dez did if put in similar situations. His 8.2 FanDuel points didn't meet our expectations (12.5).

Cardinals' Chris Johnson rushes for 17 yards on Monday night

Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for 17 yards and caught 1 pass (2 targets) for 4 yards in a Week 3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

What It Means:

Johnson led the Cardinals in carries, but he failed to get anything going and wound up being out-snapped by Andre Ellington 49-31 with the team playing in catch-up mode for most of the fourth quarter. This backfield offers no fantasy value outside of the deepest formats.

Per numberFire Live, Johnson finished with -6.07 Rushing Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average running back would have scored 6.07 more points than Johnson did if put in similar situations. His 2.6 FanDuel points didn't live up to our expectations (8.4).

Kareem Hunt to continue heavy workload for Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that the team will not change running back Kareem Hunt's workload moving forward.

What It Means:

According to the Kansas City Star's Terez A. Paylor, the Chiefs will continue to use the rookie back in the way they've been using him. While Charcandrick West has played 27.59% of offensive snaps, Hunt has played 66.09% of snaps as the Chiefs' workhorse running back.

Over 3 games, Hunt has totaled 538 yards and 6 touchdowns on 56 touches. He's the top-scoring player in standard PPR leagues and is projected at 18.5 FanDuel points while running $8,900 for Week 4's matchup against the Washington Redskins.

Chargers' Melvin Gordon says left knee is 'good'

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon missed most of the second half on Sunday with a sore knee, but he and coach Anthony Lynn said he should be fine for Week 4.

What It Means:

Gordon is believed to have suffered a minor bone bruise, but the worry stemmed from the fact that this is the same knee Gordon had microfracture surgery on after his rookie season. His comments should be encouraging for his Week 4 availability against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Gordon rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown in the first half on Sunday, but he tallied just 1 yard on 2 carries in the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs. If active, we project Gordon for 16.4 FanDuel points in his next matchup.

Source: ESPN

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Adam Gase: Dolphins' offense was 'garbage' in Week 3

Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase went off on the team's poor offensive performance against the New York Jets.

What It Means:

Gase hinted that a shakeup may be in order, saying that there was "a lot of bad football" and that he'd "find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play." This is notable because Gase cut three offensive linemen the last time he was upside with his team's offensive showing.

With poor showings from Jay Cutler and Jay Ajayi, the Dolphins' pass offense now ranks 24th while their rush offense sits 22nd in our power rankings. Overall, they're 26th in offense, so some changes could certainly be coming in Week 4.

Dez Bryant scores again in Cowboys' victory

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant caught 2 passes (2 targets) for 12 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's Week 3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals.

What It Means:

Dak Prescott attempted only 18 passes all night, but Bryant made the most of his opportunity on a 15-yard score where he battered his way through the Cardinals' defense on his way to the end zone. Look for Dez to be more involved at home in Week 4 versus the Los Angeles Rams.

Per numberFire Live, Bryant finished with 1.37 Reception Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average wide receiver would have scored 1.37 fewer points than Dez did if put in similar situations. His 8.2 FanDuel points didn't meet our expectations (12.5).

Cardinals' Chris Johnson rushes for 17 yards on Monday night

Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for 17 yards and caught 1 pass (2 targets) for 4 yards in a Week 3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

What It Means:

Johnson led the Cardinals in carries, but he failed to get anything going and wound up being out-snapped by Andre Ellington 49-31 with the team playing in catch-up mode for most of the fourth quarter. This backfield offers no fantasy value outside of the deepest formats.

Per numberFire Live, Johnson finished with -6.07 Rushing Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average running back would have scored 6.07 more points than Johnson did if put in similar situations. His 2.6 FanDuel points didn't live up to our expectations (8.4).

Kareem Hunt to continue heavy workload for Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that the team will not change running back Kareem Hunt's workload moving forward.

What It Means:

According to the Kansas City Star's Terez A. Paylor, the Chiefs will continue to use the rookie back in the way they've been using him. While Charcandrick West has played 27.59% of offensive snaps, Hunt has played 66.09% of snaps as the Chiefs' workhorse running back.

Over 3 games, Hunt has totaled 538 yards and 6 touchdowns on 56 touches. He's the top-scoring player in standard PPR leagues and is projected at 18.5 FanDuel points while running $8,900 for Week 4's matchup against the Washington Redskins.

Chargers' Melvin Gordon says left knee is 'good'

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon missed most of the second half on Sunday with a sore knee, but he and coach Anthony Lynn said he should be fine for Week 4.

What It Means:

Gordon is believed to have suffered a minor bone bruise, but the worry stemmed from the fact that this is the same knee Gordon had microfracture surgery on after his rookie season. His comments should be encouraging for his Week 4 availability against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Gordon rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown in the first half on Sunday, but he tallied just 1 yard on 2 carries in the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs. If active, we project Gordon for 16.4 FanDuel points in his next matchup.

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Adam Gase: Dolphins' offense was 'garbage' in Week 3

Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase went off on the team's poor offensive performance against the New York Jets.

What It Means:

Gase hinted that a shakeup may be in order, saying that there was "a lot of bad football" and that he'd "find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play." This is notable because Gase cut three offensive linemen the last time he was upside with his team's offensive showing.

With poor showings from Jay Cutler and Jay Ajayi, the Dolphins' pass offense now ranks 24th while their rush offense sits 22nd in our power rankings. Overall, they're 26th in offense, so some changes could certainly be coming in Week 4.

Dez Bryant scores again in Cowboys' victory

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant caught 2 passes (2 targets) for 12 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's Week 3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals.

What It Means:

Dak Prescott attempted only 18 passes all night, but Bryant made the most of his opportunity on a 15-yard score where he battered his way through the Cardinals' defense on his way to the end zone. Look for Dez to be more involved at home in Week 4 versus the Los Angeles Rams.

Per numberFire Live, Bryant finished with 1.37 Reception Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average wide receiver would have scored 1.37 fewer points than Dez did if put in similar situations. His 8.2 FanDuel points didn't meet our expectations (12.5).

Cardinals' Chris Johnson rushes for 17 yards on Monday night

Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for 17 yards and caught 1 pass (2 targets) for 4 yards in a Week 3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

What It Means:

Johnson led the Cardinals in carries, but he failed to get anything going and wound up being out-snapped by Andre Ellington 49-31 with the team playing in catch-up mode for most of the fourth quarter. This backfield offers no fantasy value outside of the deepest formats.

Per numberFire Live, Johnson finished with -6.07 Rushing Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average running back would have scored 6.07 more points than Johnson did if put in similar situations. His 2.6 FanDuel points didn't live up to our expectations (8.4).

Kareem Hunt to continue heavy workload for Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that the team will not change running back Kareem Hunt's workload moving forward.

What It Means:

According to the Kansas City Star's Terez A. Paylor, the Chiefs will continue to use the rookie back in the way they've been using him. While Charcandrick West has played 27.59% of offensive snaps, Hunt has played 66.09% of snaps as the Chiefs' workhorse running back.

Over 3 games, Hunt has totaled 538 yards and 6 touchdowns on 56 touches. He's the top-scoring player in standard PPR leagues and is projected at 18.5 FanDuel points while running $8,900 for Week 4's matchup against the Washington Redskins.

Chargers' Melvin Gordon says left knee is 'good'

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon missed most of the second half on Sunday with a sore knee, but he and coach Anthony Lynn said he should be fine for Week 4.

What It Means:

Gordon is believed to have suffered a minor bone bruise, but the worry stemmed from the fact that this is the same knee Gordon had microfracture surgery on after his rookie season. His comments should be encouraging for his Week 4 availability against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Gordon rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown in the first half on Sunday, but he tallied just 1 yard on 2 carries in the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs. If active, we project Gordon for 16.4 FanDuel points in his next matchup.

Source: ESPN

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