Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings (2018)

Winning is the only option in Week 3. Find out who to start and sit this week with the best rankings in the game.

Did you ride the cannon arm (and Long D) of Patrick Mahomes to a Week 2 Fantasy Football win and 2-0 start? Or were you punished beyond belief and now sit at 1-1, or even *gasp* 0-2? Regardless, now isn’t the time to celebrate nor panic. I’ve been 4-0 and watched teams crumble, and I’ve been 1-5 and won the whole thing. Keep those eyes forward, and dominate the present with our Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings.

Below, find my rankings as well as the Rankings Rundown to hear my thoughts on the process, who I’m higher and lower on, and more. I’ll also keep a running “Updates Log” of the news you need to know heading into Week 3.

If you have any specific lineup questions, please let me know. While rankings are helpful, many factors are at play that can cause a change. For example, you may be an underdog, and starting a “boom-or-bust” player is more appealing for your lineup versus a surefire 7 or 8 points.

Hit me up @RotoStreetWolf, and be sure to tune into our Fantasy Sit / Start Show, this Sunday @ 11 AM EST Facebook Live.

As a reminder: these Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings  are based on 1/2 PPR, 4 Pt Passing TD Scoring.  

Week 3 Updates

  • Latavius Murray a Rock Solid RB1 in Dalvin Cook’s Absence
  • Corey Clement a Flex Hero as Eagles’ Bell Cow 
  • Eric Ebron a Target Monster with Jack Doyle, and potentially TY Hilton, out
  • Marquise Goodwin a “game-time” decision. Whoever is catching passes (Pierre Garcon, Dante Pettis) in his absence would be fantastic against the Chiefs non-existent secondary
  • Leonard Fournette is OUT, TJ Yeldon is in. Solid RB2 against a nonthreatening Titans D. Corey Grant (3% owned) becomes an actually intriguing dart throw ($4300 DraftKings)

Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings


Week 3 Rankings Rundown

Get ready for Week 3 with the best rankings in the business! Hit up @RotoStreetWolf, and be sure to tune into our Fantasy Sit / Start Show, Sunday @ 11 AM EST on Facebook Live.


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