Todd Bowels stated earlier that Decker will not play in week four, making Brandon Marshal the top WR target for the Jets.
His off-season surgery was supposed to make Watkins 100% heading into this season which has not been the case. At this point, there is little reason to keep him in any standard league format.
The Dolphins picked up Hunter after the Titian's released him weeks earlier, and has now been claimed by the Bills. The second round pick in 2013 is in his final year of his rookie contract, and has already taken a pay cut from the Dolphins this season.
Graham is coming off a 6 catch 100 yard and a TD game, and missed practice on Thursday. Expect a clearer message in his back to take place before Sunday's game.
The Seahawks will be without both Rawls and Prosise this week so Spiller as their possible third string back could be in for some snaps on passing plays. For now, Christine Michael remains the lead back for Seattle.
The Ram's have been competing in games by way of their defense, but Britt is one the the Ram's main offensive threats with 22 targets through their first three games, with a tough Arizona defense this Sunday in week four.
Dixon is finally starting to practice, but is not expected to play until week five at the earliest. Expect Justin Forsett and Terrance West to continue to run the Raven's backfield, with Dixon having the ability to jump them both when healthy.
Mathis has not played since suffering his turf toe injury during the fourth quarter of week 2. The Rams have a better than average pass rush, and the return of Mathis is good news for the Cardinals, as his replacement Watford struggled last week.
Norman is now a repeat offender after his illegal hit against the Giants in week 14 of last season. The hit on Shepperd was clearly illegal, and even could have ejected him due to pregame warnings. Expect Norman to be under close watch the rest of this season.