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Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings: TE, K, DEF

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George Kittle readies to create his 2022 debut in Denver, Zach Ertz hunts for easy receptions vs. the Rams, and Tyler Higbee tries to prove he is able to be considered a TE1.

Other positions: Quarterback | Running Back | Receiver

Week 3 Tight Ends

TE Notes: It had been encouraging Week 2 for Darren Waller, who got isolated on a linebacker in debt zone and was promptly found for a touchdown by Derek Carr. With Davante Adams terrifying opposing defenses in the painted area, Waller will haven’t any shortage of plus looks. George Kittle (groin) finally appears prepared to make his 2022 debut. With Jimmy Garoppolo under center and the 49ers perhaps attempting to lighten the snaps/blocking burden on Kittle as he rounds back to game shape, you can hope his primary Week 3 contributions come in the receiving game. Falcons coach Arthur Smith has been concerningly defensive about his Kyle Pitts usage. It generally does not seem like the person necessarily knows how exactly to drive his stick-shift Lamborghini. Hopefully this faith isn’t blind, but you can’t really believe the big game isn’t coming. Dallas Goedert‘s 10 targets don’t blow the doors off the barn, but he’s got turned them into 142 yards in this high-functioning offense. The Commanders certainly are a good matchup.

Healthy in Week 2, Zach Ertz commanded 11 targets. Kyler Murray has nowhere easier to funnel the ball. Pat Freiermuth has been among the Steelers‘ lone bright spots. Expect Mitch Trubisky to keep checking it down. With Amon-Ra St. Brown and D’Andre Swift making the Lions’ offense more dynamic, T.J. Hockenson appears to be settling in as a tidy up on aisle three targets compiler. With the Rams’ offense running low on ideas, plenty of Tyler Higbee targets happens to be taking your day. The Cardinals bled fantasy points to Travis Kelce and Darren Waller in Weeks 1 and 2. Those tight ends are in fact good, needless to say. Gerald Everett, frustrating though he could be, is being devote better position to create plays than Dawson Knox. As feared, Knox isn’t commanding a more impressive target share to offset that which was all but certain touchdown regression. With the Commanders cutting it loose like few teams in the league, Logan Thomas is bathing in a lot of cheap looks.

Talking about cheap looks, Evan Engram has been receiving them in Jacksonville. The Jags have already been putting Engram constantly in place to contribute yards following the catch. Irv Smith showed signs of life in Week 2. It had been just with time for what fantasy managers hope is really a pointsapalooza with the Lions this week. Hunter Henry has found himself milk cartoned through two games. With there being so little to call home about in the TE12-20 range, Personally i think forced to bet that Henry’s red zone looks will eventually return. So long as Joe Flacco is starting and posting at the very least 44 attempts, Tyler Conklin provides usage-based TE2 appeal. Cole Kmet‘s doughnuts certainly are a fluke. The larger problem is he could have a nonexistent ceiling if the Bears don’t start letting Justin Fields throw at the very least 25 times per game. There’s been no indication that’s planned. Mike Gesicki is resurfacing solely because he’s got some play-making ability in what’s shaping around be considered a spiked-week offense. Nothing has changed for David Njoku. Juwan Johnson is positioning himself for TE2 weeks.

Week 3 Kickers

Week 3 Defense/Special Teams

RK

Player

Opp

1

SAINTS

@CAR

2

LA Chargers

JAC

3

Dallas Cowboys

@NYG

4

Houston Texans

@CHI

5

Cleveland Browns

PIT

6

LA Rams

@ARI

7

Pittsburgh Steelers

@CLE

8

Atlanta Falcons

@SEA

9

Baltimore Ravens

@NE

10

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA 49ers

@DEN

11

Buffalo Bills

@MIA

12

Kansas City Chiefs

@IND

13

Chicago Bears

HOU

14

Philadelphia Eagles

@WAS

15

New England Patriots

BAL

16

GAMBLING

DAL

17

Arizona Cardinals

LA

18

Denver Broncos

SF

19

Tennessee Titans

LV

20

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

GB

21

Cincinnati Bengals

@NYJ

22

NY Jets

CIN

23

Carolina Panthers

NO

24

NEVADA Raiders

@TEN

25

Minnesota Vikings

DET

26

Detroit Lions

@MIN

27

Seattle Seahawks

ATL

28

Washington Commanders

PHI

29

Green Bay Packers

@TB

30

Jacksonville Jaguars

@LAC

31

Miami Dolphins

BUF

32

Indianapolis Colts

KC

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