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Week 3 Overview
This should be a fun slate to play. From a big picture perspective, here is how the slate breaks down:
- There are at least a handful of quarterbacks with realistic 30-point upside. The fact that there are multiple strong options will limit the chalkiness of any one passer and the lack of separation in pricing at the position makes rostering an elite quarterback easy to do.
- Running back is tough. With the possible exception of Saquon Barkley, there are no slam dunk values. This should lead to a lot of diversity in lineups but we still want to be cognizant of projected roster percentages and see if we can find some elite players who are going overlooked.
- Unlike running back, wide receiver is overflowing with strong values. We have plenty of good wide receivers playing in games that could shootout. Plus, a bunch of other elite players in strong spots. The bevy of options should lead to opportunities to roster great players at lower-than-normal popularity.
- Tight end feels like a position where the optimal strategy will be to focus in on the same three-to-five players every single week. In terms of upside, there is still a big gap between the top options and everyone else that is wider than we see at any other position.
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