Fantasy Football Week 3 Start, Sit, Sleepers

3 of 6

Dec 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (34) celebrates a touchdown during the Chiefs 27-24 overtime loss to the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Liu-USA TODAY Sports

Who to Start:

RB Ahmad Bradshaw (IND) – I had Bradshaw labeled as a quality sleeper option in week 2 and he didn’t disappoint, running for 70 yards and netting 26 yards in receptions, adding two receiving touchdowns to boot!

With that said, Bradshaw’s fantasy football week 3 match-up is a good one, the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jacksonville was just thrashed for 85 yards and 2 scores by Alfred Morris and has allowed the second most fantasy points to running backs through two weeks.

RB Knile Davis (KC) – Davis gets the start this week as he fills in for fantasy stud, Jamaal Charles. Davis’ fantasy football week 3 match-up is too good to ignore as he faces the Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins have been horrendous against the run at home, giving up 130+ rushing yards in six of their last nine games in southern Florida. Throw in nine opponent rushing TD’s and Davis in an Andy Ried offense and it is a must-start situation, hands down.

WR  Cordarrelle Patterson (MIN) – I’ve admittedly been pretty high on Patterson all year from a fantasy football stand point. I’m starting Patterson because his fantasy football week 3 match-up is also a favorable one.

Patterson’s Minnesota Vikings take on the New Orleans Saints this week, and more specifically, Patrick Robinson. Robinson has not had a good start to the 2014 season, and in turn neither have the Saints.

While Robinson was demoted to nickel-coverage schemes this week look for Patterson to add-on to the 489 yards that the Saints have already given up through the air.