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Week 3 DFS: Wide Receiver Report

by Shawn Childs in DFS

Week 3 DFS: Wide Receiver Report Thankfully, we saw an increase in scoring last week. Hopefully, that action led to a better outcome in your DFS lineups. This week, our Week 3 DFS: Wide Receiver [...]

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Week 3 DFS: Tight End Report

Week 3 DFS: Tight End Report Two weeks into the 2023 season, only one tight end (T.J. Hockenson – 7/66/2) scored more than 18.00 fantasy points in PPR formats. His success moved him to first overall, followed by Hunter Henry […]

Week 3 DFS: Tight End Report

Two weeks into the 2023 season, only one tight end (T.J. Hockenson – 7/66/2) scored more than 18.00 fantasy points in PPR formats. His success moved him to first overall, followed by Hunter Henry (11/108/2). Here’s the ranking of the other top seven tight ends drafted this year:

  • Travis Kelce (4/26/1 – 20th)
  • Mark Andrews (5/45/1 – 12th)
  • Darren Waller (9/112 – 5th)
  • Dallas Goedert (6/22 – 40th)
  • George Kittle (3/49 – 26th)
  • Kyle Pitts (4/59 – 28th)

Zach Ertz leads all tight ends in targets (18).

Here are the top plays this week via the Week 3 DFS: Tight End Report. Also, check out the Week 3 DFS: QB Report.

 

Top Tier Options

 

T.J. Hockenson, MIN (DK – $6,500/FD – $7,500)

The theme for Hockenson in the Vikings’ offense had been the same over the first two weeks in 2023. He had been active in both of his starts (8/35 and 7/66/2) while working close to the line of scrimmage (6.7 yards per catch – 8.6 with Minnesota last year). Over his previous 75 catches, Hockenson gained more than 20 yards on only two plays.

This season, tight ends have seven catches for 79 yards on 12 targets vs. the Chargers. Their success was helped by facing two lower-tiered players (Durham Smythe – 3/44 and Chigoziem Okonkwo – 4/35). In 2022, Los Angeles finished 9th in tight end defense (63/874/5 on 103 targets) but gained 13.9 yards per catch.

The Chargers come into this matchup with massive concerns defending wide receivers (32/565/4) and Justin Jefferson staring them down on the other side of the line of scrimmage. Hockenson is slightly more attractive at FanDuel. Either way, he needs at least 25.00 fantasy points to be in play, requiring at least one score and long pass reception to push him over 100 yards receiving.

Mark Andrews, BAL (DK – $6,000/FD – $7,400)

In his first game back in action, Andrews was on the field for 79% of the Ravens’ snaps. He finished third for the week in tight end scoring (5/45/1) with a team-high eight targets. When at his best last season, he had four impact games (9/104/1, 8/89/2, 8/89/1, and 7/106/1) over the first six weeks. 

The Colts kept tight ends in check over the first two games (5/49 and 6/61). Both players (Evan Engram and Dalton Schultz) finished in the top 12 in tight end scoring in 2022. Indy struggled last year in three games…

 

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Week 3 NFL Player Props

Week 3 NFL Prop Bets The 2023 NFL season has been filled with surprises, on a team level and on an individual level. Through two weeks, Jordan Love has the top passer rating and Puka Nucua leads the league in […]

Week 3 NFL Prop Bets

 

The 2023 NFL season has been filled with surprises, on a team level and on an individual level. Through two weeks, Jordan Love has the top passer rating and Puka Nucua leads the league in receptions. Only Nostradamus would have predicted that. Speaking of predicting, the FullTime Fantasy Week 3 NFL Prop Bets will attempt to project more winners.

 

After a profitable Week 2 in which we went 5-2 (+2.4 units), it’s time to start pinpointing the top prop bets to exploit in Week 3’s slate of action. Remember to always odds shop at your different sportsbooks to find the best value. With that in mind, let’s get down to business and find the best Week 3 NFL prop bets.

 

Tua Tagovailoa OVER 264.5 Passing Yards (-115)

 

Through two weeks of the season, Tagovailoa is averaging 307.5 passing yards per game and has been one of the most accurate and explosive quarterbacks in the NFL. Some believed Tagovailoa’s 2022 season was a bit of a fluke. But so far, he’s shown that he has the potential to be a top-five quarterback in this league. Especially given the weapons he has to work with. The offense has worked seamlessly under Mike McDaniel’s fast-paced scheme. And defenses are having all sorts of trouble trying to defend…

 

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Week 3 DFS: Quarterback Report

Week 3 DFS: Quarterback Report In four-point passing touchdown formats, Daniel Jones (34.95 fantasy points) was the best quarterback in the land in Week 2. Kirk Cousins (33.20) and Russell Wilson (31.00) were the only other two options to score […]

Week 3 DFS: Quarterback Report

In four-point passing touchdown formats, Daniel Jones (34.95 fantasy points) was the best quarterback in the land in Week 2. Kirk Cousins (33.20) and Russell Wilson (31.00) were the only other two options to score more than 30.00 fantasy points. Fifteen quarterbacks scored between 21.50 to 28.50 fantasy points, compared to nine in Week 1.

Here are the top five quarterbacks two weeks into the season:

  • Kirk Cousins (56.10)
  • Tua Tagovailoa (49.55)
  • Justin Herbert (48.40)
  • Patrick Mahomes (48.05)
  • Russell Wilson (47.95)

Joe Burrow (22.70 fantasy points – 32nd) is the biggest underachiever so far in 2023.

Let’s break down this week’s field in the FullTime Fantasy Week 3 DFS: Quarterback Report.

Top-Tier Options

Patrick Mahomes, KC (DK – $8,300/FD – $9,200)

The lack of identity at wide receiver does hurt his explosiveness, at least out of the gate. Kadarius Toney leads the team in targets (10), but he only has 49 yards receiving. Justin Watson (5/107 on nine targets) has been a surprise, and he leads the team in receiving yards. Travis Kelce (4/26/1) didn’t have the same bounce in his step in Week 2 while appearing to be favoring his knee at the end of last week’s game. On the positive side, Mahomes continues to produce fantasy points.

The Bears’ defense allowed eight touchdowns and three field goals over the first two matchups while allowing 65 points. They only have one sack, with quarterbacks (Jordan Love – 257/3 and Baker Mayfield – 334/1) gaining 9.2 yards per pass attempt. Chicago has played better than expected vs. the run (66/212/2 – 3.2 yards per carry). Wide receivers (21/348/3 on 35 targets) have a low catch rate (60.0%) but average 16.6 yards per catch.

Two weeks into the season, Kansas City only has four touchdowns, averaging 18.5 points per game. Mahomes looks poised to post a high-level game, and his wide receiving corps remains cheap in the DFS market. Unfortunately, he must score 33.00 fantasy points at DraftKings (28.00 at FanDuel) to be in the winning equation. His over/under in passing yards (295.5) at Underdog appears too low based on my projections (312/3), especially if Mahomes hits on one long touchdown. The key to his ceiling is Justin Fields leading the Bears to at least 20 points.

 

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