FantasyFeud Week 3 Values & Top Plays
Welcome to Week 3. We’re only through two weeks of the season and already we're into a bit of a war of attrition with Jay Cutler and Tony Romo already declared out, and Drew Brees and Eddie Lacy questionable. As of this writing, DeMarco Murray and Ladarius Green are new additions to the injury report, so it goes without saying we’ll need to be watching the latest injury news before we set our final lineups this week.
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Week 3 Plays
Step 1: Blake Bortles ($109,800) @ NE
I may have to turn in my Patriots fan club card (don’t worry, I don’t actually have one), but they’ve been giving up an awful lot of fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks so far this year (an average of 19.01 on FantasyFeud over the past two games – which is just two points shy of Aaron Rodgers’ season average). While Bortles isn’t nearly as good as Ben Roethlisberger (and probably isn’t even as good fantasy-wise as Tyrod Taylor), he’s likely to be playing from behind this week and faces a Patriots secondary that has given up the 11th-most passing yards in the league. I don’t LOVE Bortles, but I think he makes for a nice tournament play this weekend if he allows you to spend up elsewhere.