Fantasy Football Week 3 Start ‘Em & Sit’ Em: Kirk Cousins ​​once again finds his groove in his sub-mortgage

This is an interesting week for the many fantasy managers who know who you can trust in your squad. Many stars have already let us down – see Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, Derek Henry, Nagy Harris, DJ Moore, DK Metcalfe and Kyle Bates to name a few – and it led to some frustrating 0-2 starts.

I can tell you to relax, but no one wants to start season 0-3. The best thing you can do is trust the players for good matches and hopefully this is the week that they deliver.

For example, I have confidence in the Metcalf and the Pitts, as you will read below, with the match head to head in Seattle. I also expect this to be breakout week for Dameon Pierce, and Joe Burrow and Ezekiel Elliott should bounce back from slow starts.

However, I’m not confident that Brady, Wilson, and Aaron Rodgers would play at their usual level, especially Brady and Wilson with the Future Legion. The good news is that there are players you can pivot with, especially in the middle, and you can read about them here.

Hopefully you won’t start 0-3 for this season so hopefully the players you count on will perform at a high level this week. And for those who are 2-0 or even 1-1, let’s continue to stack those wins and enjoy the good luck. Believe me, there are a lot of fantasy managers out there dealing with week three not winning issues, and it’s not fun.

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Once again, Kirk Cousins ​​had a poor prime time match. On week two in Philadelphia on Monday night, Cousins ​​fused against the Eagles, and it looked like quarterback Darius Sly was on the Vikings. Cousins ​​threw 3 interceptions and finished with just 10 Fantasy Points.

But he should rebound this week against the Lions. He loves to tackle Detroit, and in his past five encounters with the Lions, he’s averaged 296.4 yards per game with 11 total touchdowns and only one interception. In three of his past four games with Detroit, Cousins ​​has scored at least 25 fantasy points.

The game is daytime at home, so you don’t have to worry about cousins ​​being afraid of the dark. This Lions defense already allowed Jalen Hurts in Week 1 and Carson Wentz in Week 2 to score at least 24 Fantasy Points.

It was disappointing to see the Cousins ​​struggle against the Eagles Monday night in Week 2. But he will be back again in Week 3 and has a chance to be one of the top five quarterbacks in this match.

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Chargers (versus jack)

The Chargers’ defense played well limiting the Chiefs to 21 points in Week 2, and LA could have had multiple interceptions against Patrick Mahomes in that match. The week before against the Raiders, the Charger had three interceptions against Derek Carr, along with six sacks. DST Chargers have a big week chance and DST could be #1 in this registration period.

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  • Saints (in the Central African Republic)
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Bronco (versus SF)

With two games against modest offenses in Seattle and Houston, the Broncos thwarted DST. While the defense only allowed 26 points on this run, Denver only has five sacks and one spin. Being at home against the 49ers might help, but this is the best offense the Broncos have faced this year. The Broncos DST is a low kickoff option in most leagues for Week 3.

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