Fantasy Football: Add/Drop

Fantasy Football: Week 3 Add/Drop

A list of fantasy football players you should add, drop or ignore for Week 3. Follow @walterfootball for updates.

Don't know whom to start? Check out the Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings to see whom I'd use in my fantasy lineup.

Fantasy Football: Add

  1. Tony Pollard, RB, Cowboys
    Is Tony Pollard better than Ezekiel Elliott? Pollard outgained Elliott versus the Chargers, 109-71. He also had more receiving yards, all while getting just one fewer touch overall.

  2. Rondale Moore, WR, Cardinals
    I thought the Cardinals would use Rondale Moore as a gadget player, but he's a legitimate, consistent threat in their offense. He caught seven of his eight targets for 114 yards and a touchdown versus Minnesota. He's very talented, so he must be added. He'll be inconsistent, but his upside is massive.

  3. Sony Michel, RB, Rams
    Darrell Henderson suffered a rib injury against the Colts. Sony Michel will start if Henderson isn't available.

  4. Justin Fields, QB, Bears
    Andy Dalton got hurt, so pick up Justin Fields for his scrambling upside if you need a quarterback.

  5. K.J. Osborn, WR, Vikings
    I was wrong to label K.J. Osborn as an ignore last week. He's become a big part of the offense with Irv Smith Jr. injured.

  6. Van Jefferson, WR, Rams
    Van Jefferson is playing just as much as Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. Once teams start taking away Kupp, Stafford will throw often to Robert Woods and Jefferson.

  7. Cordarrelle Patterson, RB, Falcons (PPR)
    I can't believe I'm recommending Cordarrelle Patterson, but if he's going to be targeted six times, he should be added in PPR leagues.

Fantasy Football: Buy Low

Marquez Callaway, WR, Saints
I'll be shocked if Marquez Callaway doesn't bounce back. He barely did anything in Week 1 because Jameis Winston barely threw, and he struggled at Carolina because the entire coaching staff was out with a minor illness.

D.J. Chark, WR, Jaguars
D.J. Chark caught just one pass against the Broncos, but Trevor Lawrence will have better days against softer defenses.

Corey Davis, WR, Jets
Corey Davis did nothing in Week 2, but that was a byproduct of Bill Belichick erasing one aspect of an opposing offense, as he is wont to do.

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Seahawks
D.K. Metcalf hasn't been producing as much as Tyler Lockett, but that's bound to change.

Fantasy Football: Sell High

Tyler Lockett, WR, Seahawks
Tyler Lockett has been amazing to start the year, but I'd rather have D.K. Metcalf. You can sell Lockett for an all-time high right now.

Fantasy Football: Ignore

Braxton Berrios, WR, Jets
Braxton Berrios led the Jets in receiving, but he's not going to get many snaps when Jamison Crowder returns.

Zack Moss, RB, Bills
Zack Moss scored twice against the Dolphins, but played just 18 snaps compared to 43 for Devin Singletary.

Henry Ruggs, WR, Raiders
Henry Ruggs caught five passes for 113 yards and a touchdown, but I don't trust him. Derek Carr throws to so many different players.

Maxx Williams, TE, Ravens
Maxx Williams had a huge game, but the Cardinals typically run four-receiver sets. I wouldn't bother.

Fantasy Football: Drop

Trey Sermon, RB, 49ers
Trey Sermon saw just one carry against the Eagles, and he got hurt in the process.


Don't know whom to start? Check out the Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings to see whom I'd use in my fantasy lineup.

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