Tony Holm, FantasySharks.com
Posted at 10:42 pm ET September 23, 2019 | Updated 10:44 PM ET September 23, 2019
SportsPulse: Week 3 ushered in a new era of young quarterbacks dominating the championship, but no one shone more than Daniel Jones in his first game with the New York Giants.
QB Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks: After Seattle lagged 20 points behind the New Orleans Saints, Seahawks ripped Chris Carson's page from the booklet and let Wilson play. He responded with a monster in the second half, going over 250 yards in the second half and three of his four touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Their performance could encourage the coaching staff to open the offense a little more.
WR Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Welcome back to the relevance of fantasy. Evans can erupt at any time, just as he did against the New York Giants with eight receptions for 190 yards and three touchdowns on 15 targets. He and James Winston remained throughout the game.
QB Daniel Jones, New York Giants: Not to be outdone, Jones's opening debut was great as he played 336 yards and two touchdowns. He also competed for a couple of points, including the winner of the game.
RB Phillip Lindsay, Denver Broncos: The Green Bay defender was unable to stop the race and Lindsay took full advantage, producing 130 yards in total and a couple of touchdowns. There are some favorable races to Denver in the next five weeks, so keep Lindsay active.
WR Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers: Defenses have not yet found an answer for Allen this season. He caught 13 of his 17 targets in 183 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday and has the Miami Dolphins in the next.
Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs made three catches for 15 yards on Sunday by the Oakland Raiders. (Photo: Stephen Maturen, Getty Images)
WR Stefon Diggs, Minnesota Vikings: Diggs has only six receptions this year and is barely targeted by the Vikings. With Kirk Cousins delivering mostly the ball and Chicago Bears then it's hard to see Diggs leaving anytime soon.
WR John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals: After leading the NFL with 270 yards in the first two weeks, Ross hit just two of six targets in 22 yards and lost a game against Buffalo.
WR Calvin Ridley, Atlanta Falcons: Ridley ended with only a six-yard capture on his only target. It was a disappointing day for Ridley as Mohamed Sanu seems to have taken his place in the attack.
WR Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions: Although his numbers were small (two receptions, 17 yards), he was shot eight times healthy while Matthew Stafford fought under heavy pressure. Golladay must have better days ahead.
RB Malcolm Brown, Los Angeles Rams: Given a few series in relief for Todd Gurley, Brown ran only three times for 7 yards and was not shot in the passing game. With so many mouths to feed the Los Angeles offense, Brown is a tough player to predict week by week.
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