Fantasy Football Week 3 Rankings
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2023-24 Fantasy Football Week 3 Rankings

Our fantasy football week 3 rankings are in and you can find our full rankings below. As with any week, these rankings will be updated all the way up to gametime as we account for injuries and inactive players. Before you check our rankings let’s first highlight some key injuries to monitor for week 3 of the NFL slate.

Brandon Aiyuk – Aiyuk has had a strong start to the season and is currently the WR8 in Half PPR scoring. He is unfortunately dealing with a shoulder injury that may keep him out of the Thursday night matchup against the New York Giants. If he is inactive Deebo Samuel will see a jump in our rankings.

Anthony Richardson – Richardson has also had a strong start to his rookie season but left the week 2 matchup early due to a concussion. He is currently in concussion protocol and reports this morning are he won’t be practicing Wednesday. If Richardson can’t go, Gardner Minshew will be in line to start on Sunday versus the Baltimore Ravens.

Saquon Barkley – (Update: Barkley is now officially OUT) Barkley picked up an ankle injury late in the New York Giants wild comeback victory on Sunday. As of now, the Giants aren’t ruling him out but I would be shocked if he played this week. He is still in our rankings but much lower than usual. We will update his ranking when we have more clarity on his status.

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Justin Fuhr

Justin is the Owner of Pro Football Mania. He is an NFL and fantasy football fanatic who enjoys analyzing data and analytics in sports.

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