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      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (2) +22-1-0.667W210373.05360.05
Division 1
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (2) +22-1-0.667W210373.05360.05
2 (6) -11-2-0.333L25403.00433.90
3 (7) -11-2-0.333L14376.15400.90
Division 2
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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) 3-0-01.000W39405.15315.30
2 (3) +42-1-0.667W28425.25387.85
3 (4) -22-1-0.667L17339.35296.20
4 (9) 1-2-0.333W12371.15388.30
Division 3
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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (5) +51-2-0.333W16318.70278.45
2 (10) -71-2-0.333L21403.55447.35
3 (8) 1-2-0.333L23263.60370.65
* Rank change shown is from week 2 - 3

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  • 9/27, 10:24 pm
    • While Dareus will return from suspension...

      While Dareus will return from suspension following this weekend's game against the Patriots, he likely won't be able to play a full workload Week 5 against the Rams, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said general manager Doug Whaley, "There is no conditioning or workout that can get you in total football shape. He's been working out with weights and aerobically during his suspension. I assume we'll get him in (the lineup) right away, but he'll rotate otherwise he'll be gassed ... it's going to take him a game or two to get in football shape where he can play a full game."

      Analysis: Dareus is certainly worth a look in IDP formats where he was cast aside due to his four-game suspension, though you might have to be willing to stash him on the bench for more than just this week. That said, he's one of the league's better defensive tackles when it comes to accruing stats, plus he has quite a bit to prove after the talented lineman let his teammates down yet again.

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  • Shane Ray LB-DEN
    9/27, 9:56 pm
    • Ray tallied six tackles, three sacks...

      Ray tallied six tackles, three sacks and two tackles for a loss in Sunday's win over Cincinnati.

      Analysis: Last year's first-round pick was relentless while filling in for DeMarcus Ware, but it can't be said that it came out of nowhere. Ray was seen by some as a potential top 10 pick last year before an indiscretion involving marijuana pushed him down draft boards. Ray will have at least a few more weeks to shine with Ware out of the lineup and, given the Broncos' plans to keep Ware on a snap limit this season to begin with, it's quite possible that Ray will be able to sneak into the starting lineup in base packages even when the veteran returns.

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  • 9/27, 9:50 pm
    • Heuerman caught his first NFL pass,...

      Heuerman caught his first NFL pass, a 29-yard reception, in Sunday's win over Cincinnati.

      Analysis: The pass, a deep corner down the left sideline late in the 4th quarter, gave a glimpse as to why Denver drafted him in the third round of the 2015 draft. Heuerman clearly has the ability to stretch the field, but it's fair to wonder whether he'll be able to secure more than a bit role in the short term once starter Virgil Green comes back. Heuerman's torn ACL last year and hamstring trouble in training camp have limited his reps in the offense. John Phillips provides a veteran backup to Green, making Heuerman - seen as the potential starter earlier in camp - the No. 3 at the moment.

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  • 9/27, 9:42 pm
    • Tamme caught three of four passes...

      Tamme caught three of four passes for 28 yards in Monday's win over New Orleans.

      Analysis: It was Tamme's weakest performance thus far this season, but the veteran should still be looked at as one of the steadier fantasy options at tight end. He has caught at least three passes in 15 of his 18 games in Atlanta and currently leads the team with 14 receptions - more than just five tight ends in the league. A lack of touchdowns, just two since arriving in Atlanta last year, still plague him, but Tamme is a solid low-risk, low-reward option week to week.

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  • 9/27, 9:41 pm
    • Gholston tallied six tackles (all solo)...

      Gholston tallied six tackles (all solo) in Sunday's 37-32 loss to the Rams.

      Analysis: The 25-year-old turned in his best outing over the first three weeks, doubling his Week 2 rackle totals in the process. Gholston did not show up on the stat sheet at all in the opener against the Falcons, so he's significantly picked up the pace over the following two weeks. The boost in Gholston's numbers versus the Rams may have at least partly been due to Robert Ayers (ankle) missing the contest, a situation that could repeat itself in Week 4.

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