Week Three Fantasy Football Results
The twists and turns of the 2o1o fantasy football season continue to take their toll on fantasy owners. If you’ve survived poor play from Ray Rice and Maurice Jones-Drew your team might be set up to have a strong year. If your stars have let you down, and you’re looking at 0-3 to start the season it might be time to rethink your starting lineup.
No matter what, good players may start slow, but they can always rise above that if they are healthy. While it looks like Rice has a knee injury that could hold him out next week, Michael Turner came back and played a strong game after his groin injury week two. This is good news for Turner owners and now all we need to see is if Turner suffered any setbacks tomorrow from running the football 30 times.
Two stud players that have lived up to their draft status so far are Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson. It really doesn’t matter if you went for Johnson or Peterson with your first pick at this point in time as both are lighting up the score board with big days.
For more insight on the mourning games we have a link to our podcast for fantasy football analysis on each game. I will up date this section tonight with the afternoon games as well. Below, that info I have a few more thoughts of this week.
Week Three Games
More Fantasy Football Notes
Joe Flacco Looks Good
While Ray Rice was a disappointment against the Browns, quarterback Joe Flacco had three touchdown passes and all to Anquan Boldin. This was the kind of game Flacco needed as he will have to play a great game for the Ravens to win next week against the Steelers. That matchup won’t be a good start for fantasy owners with Flacco but at least this week shows you that he can be productive.
49ers Are Horrible On The Road
The only player that is a lock to be in your fantasy roster when the 49ers play on the road is Frank Gore. Vernon Davis could also be used but this team is embarrassing on the road as they were blown out again by the Chiefs. Forget about the 49ers winning the division as they can’t even win a game.
I still think they can be productive at home but next week they play the Falcons in Atlanta. Last year the Falcons killed the 49ers, and that was in San Francisco. Look for the 49ers to have another long day as they will probably start the season at least losing their first four or five games.
NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com