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Sammy Watkins caught 7-of-8 targets for 62 yards in the Chiefs' Week 3 win over the Ravens.
Watkins' eight targets led the team on a night he was cleared to play through a concussion and neck issue after leaving Week 2 early. In his two games he's played start to finish, Watkins has drawn 17 targets and caught a touchdown. He's paying off his summer ADP to this point as the clear No. 2 wideout. Watkins was also stopped inside the three-yard line in this one, setting up an Eric Fisher touchdown catch. Watkins will be a tough Week 4 play against the Patriots.
Added Yesterday 11:50 pm (EST)
Mark Andrews caught 3-of-8 targets for 22 yards in the Ravens' Week 3 loss to the Chiefs.
Andrews was flattened a couple times on seam shots down the middle and even came up limping on one of the missed connections. His eight targets led the team, but nobody did anything with Lamar Jackson throwing for just 97 yards. Andrews also watched blocking TE Nick Boyle catch a short score in the fourth quarter. Andrews should rebound next week against Washington.
Added Yesterday 11:48 pm (EST)
Mecole Hardman caught 4-of-6 targets for 81 yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' Week 3 win over the Ravens.
Hardman came into this one with just three catches for 26 yards on four targets, but he played ahead of Demarcus Robinson against Baltimore and was the recipient of an incredible 49-yard touchdown throw from Patrick Mahomes on a deep shot. Hardman has mouthwatering upside, but he needs to start playing consistent offensive snaps.
Added Yesterday 11:46 pm (EST)
Marquise Brown caught just 2-of-6 targets for 13 yards in the Ravens' Week 3 loss to the Chiefs.
Brown could have easily had a much bigger night, but Lamar Jackson played terribly and missed Brown on what should have been a long touchdown in the second half with an ugly under-throw after Brown smoked the defensive back off the line. Brown has yet to find the end zone three weeks into the year, but he's seen a promising six targets per game in a low-volume passing attack. Brown gets an enticing Week 4 date with Washington.
Added Yesterday 11:43 pm (EST)
Tyreek Hill caught 5-of-6 targets for 77 yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' Week 3 win over the Ravens.
Hill now has a touchdown catch in all three games to open the season but has yet to eclipse the 100 yards barrier in any of the wins. Hill's second-quarter touchdown came from 20 yards out on a sick throw-and-catch combo with Patrick Mahomes, beating the defense over the top. Hill has 23 targets through three weeks and will remain an elite upside WR1 next week against the Patriots in a tough matchup with Stephon Gilmore.
Added Yesterday 11:40 pm (EST)
J.K. Dobbins rushed one time for six yards in the Ravens' Week 3 loss to the Chiefs.
He caught all four of his targets for 38 yards to lead the Ravens in receiving on a night Lamar Jackson threw for just 97 yards. Dobbins has just three carries over the last two weeks after scoring twice in the opener. He simply can't be used in 12-team leagues as a fantasy starter right now, even ahead of a tasty Week 4 date with Washington.
Added Yesterday 11:38 pm (EST)
Travis Kelce caught 6-of-7 targets for 87 yards in the Chiefs' Week 3 win over the Ravens.
Kelce led the Chiefs in receiving and was second on the team in targets, trailing Sammy Watkins' eight. Kelce just wasn't part of the fun in the end zone, failing to catch any of Patrick Mahomes' four touchdowns. Kelce has at least 87 yards or a touchdown in each of the first three games and gets a difficult Week 4 draw against the Patriots.
Added Yesterday 11:36 pm (EST)
Mark Ingram rushed seven times for 30 yards in the Ravens' Week 3 loss to the Chiefs.
He failed to catch his lone target in the pass game. Ingram led the Ravens' running back trio with his seven carries, but none of the three were able to get going against a Chiefs defense that dominated the line of scrimmage. Ingram has single-digit carries the last two weeks. He's as touchdown-dependent as ever in a Ravens offense that has four ball-carriers. Ingram will be worth firing up in fantasy for Week 4 against the lowly Washington squad.
Added Yesterday 11:33 pm (EST)