Fantasy Football Week 3 Start 'Em & Sit 'Em: Kirk Cousins ​​Rediscovers Subprime Groove

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It’s an interesting week for many fantasy managers who know who they can trust in their lineup. Some stars have already let us down, including Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, Derrick Henry, Nagy Harris, DJ Moore, DK Metcalf and Kyle Pitts. .

We can tell them to relax, but nobody wants to start Season 0-3. The best thing you can do is trust your players with good matchups.

For example, as you read below, I trust Metcalf and Pitts head-to-head in Seattle. Also, this week Dameon expects Pierce’s breakout he’ll have a week, and Joe Burrow and Ezekiel Elliott should rebound from slow starts.

But I don’t think Brady, Wilson and Aaron Rodgers can play at their normal level. The good news is that there are players out there who can pivot, especially at quarterback. You can read about them here.

I hope we don’t start the season 0-3. We hope that our prospective players will perform at a high level this week. And if you’re 2-0 or 1-1, stack up your wins and enjoy your luck. Trust me, there are plenty of Fantasy Managers dealing with the woes of not winning heading into Week 3, and it’s no fun.

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Kirk Cousins ​​played another bad game in prime time. On Monday night in Week 2 in Philadelphia, Cousins ​​got melted against the Eagles and cornerback Darius looked like he thought Slay was on the Vikings. Cousins ​​threw three interceptions and finished with just 10 fantasy points.

But he should rebound against the Lions this week. He loves playing against Detroit and has averaged 296.4 passing yards per game in his last five meetings with the Lions for 11 total touchdowns and only one interception. There is none. In his three of his last four games in Detroit, Cousins ​​has scored at least his 25 fantasy points.

The game takes place at home during the day, so Cousins ​​doesn’t have to be afraid of the dark. And the Lions’ defense allowed Jaylen Hartz in Week 1 and Carson Wentz in Week 2 to score at least 24 fantasy points.

It was disappointing to see Cousins ​​struggle against the Eagles on Monday night of Week 2.

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Charger (vs. JAC)

The Chargers’ defense worked well to limit the Chargers to 21 points in Week 2, and Los Angeles could have made multiple interceptions against Patrick Mahomes in that matchup. Last week against the Raiders, the Chargers had three interceptions and he had six sacks against Derek Carr. The Chargers DST has a big chance of his week and could be his number one DST in this scoring period.

  • Cowboys (NYG)
  • Saints (CAR)
  • Browns (vs PIT)

Broncos (vs SF)

Through two games against mediocre offenses in Seattle and Houston, the Broncos DST dominated. The defense has only allowed 26 points in that span, but Denver has just five sacks and one turnover. At home he might help against the 49ers, but this is the best attack the Broncos have faced this year. The Broncos DST is a low-end starting option for Week 3 in most leagues.

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