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2018 Fantasy Football Week 3 Rankings


Before we get to the 2018 Fantasy Football Week 3 Rankings I want to point out how Week 2 was a quick reminder that one week of Fantasy Football tells us nothing.

After Week 1 here are a few things that many were saying, that we now have to think twice about.

There are many more of these, but the point stays the same. Don’t overreact to just one week of Fantasy Football, especially Week 1. With that said let’s get to the Week 3 Rankings.

2018 Fantasy Football Week 3 Rankings

Each week I will be giving some notes for things you will want to keep an eye on as the week progresses. It will be mostly injury related, but anything that could affect the rankings, that we know about, will be mentioned. Then you can come back and review the rankings as lineup lock get closer.

  • Larry Fitzgerald hamstring took him out of last weeks game, but he is likely to play.
  • Devonta Freeman is still questionable with a knee injury.
  • LeSean McCoy is dealing with a rib injury and is questionable.
  • Joe Mixon is out after getting knee surgery, should return in a couple weeks.
  • Leonard Fournette is still questionable with a hamstring injury.
  • DeVante Parker is still questionable due to his broken finger.
  • Jay Ajayi is questionable with a back injury that required him to miss time in Week 2.
  • Marquise Goodwin is still dealing with his quad injury.
  • Marcus Mariota is dealing with his elbow injury still.

Check out the rest of our 2018 Fantasy Football content from our great team of writers.

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