Week 3 of the Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Wide Receivers.
Welcome to Week 3 of the 2021 NFL season’s Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Wide Receivers. In this week’s essay, we look at an Arizona-based dynamic rookie. Plus, in Las Vegas, a former top-15 pick looking to build on a 100-yard performance.
*Reminder: Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em is designed to present you with non-obvious fantasy lineup options. To best assist you with your fantasy picks, we look deep into player matchups, scoring trends, and other factors. This column does not include superstars like Tyreek Hill.
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At JAC, Rondale Moore
Moore’s snap percentage increased from 29 percent to 46 percent in Week 2. Expect that figure to rise more as the rookie emerges as one of the league’s most dynamic playmakers. Moore may be the WR4 in Arizona, but he has the most targets on the club — including DeAndre Hopkins — with 13 through two games. Kyler Murray of the Arizona Cardinals is third in the NFL in average yards per completion (10.1). The Jaguars’ defense has allowed 8.8 yards per attempt, which is the fifth-highest in the NFL, and has just given up 159 yards to Courtland Sutton, a “possession receiver.” In Week 3, things are looking good for Moore owners.
CIN vs. JuJu Smith-Schuster
Diontae Johnson (knee) is “looking better, but not terrific,” according to Mike Tomlin, via PFF’s Doug Kyed. We’ll go out on a limb and predict Johnson will be out for at least a week as a result of the injury. In that circumstances, Smith-Schuster should take the brunt of Johnson’s 11 sacks… Nokia News – Quick Recap