NFL FanDuel Lineup For Week 3 (Sunday)


FanDuel Lineup For Week 3

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There should be plenty of bargains and great plays in this weeks set of games and we will try to help you to be as good as you can and take home plenty of cash.

Here is my FanDuel lineup for Week 3 (Sunday):

Next: FanDuel Quarterback and Running Backs

Sep 13, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) throws during the first half against the New Orleans Saints at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports


Carson Palmer, Cardinals ($8,100): Palmer has not done anything except for be about the hottest quarterback in all of fantasy football this season so far. He is hot and should continue his hot streak this week facing off with the Cardinals as long as he doesn’t mess with Patrick Peterson too much.

Running Backs:

Le’Veon Bell, Steelers ($,8,800): Bell is coming into this game off of a two-week suspension and should have some  nice and fresh legs. This is likely the cheapest that we will see him all year so I figure why not go ahead and give him a spin. The Rams have a good defense and this isn’t what you would call a tasty match-up, but I do think that he will make for a great play considering his involvement in the offense.

Latavius Murray, Raiders ($7,000): Murray has been a great contributor for fantasy leagues and should continue in that prowess this week. Murray does have a mildly tough match-up, but at this price point I believe he should be a great play for week three.

Next: FanDuel Wide Receivers

Aug 22, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews (81) catches the ball and is tackled by Baltimore Ravens defensive back Kyle Arrington (24) at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles won 40-17. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers:

Julian Edelman, Patriots ($7,700): Edelman has been a great option for Tom Brady the first two weeks of the season. He is Brady’s first option and should continue in that all season long. As long as he finds the end zone he will easily be worth the price tag you drafted him at.

Jordan Matthews, Eagles ($7,100): Matthews has been a consistent wheel for Eagles’ quarterback Sam Bradford. He has 10 catches in the first game and followed it up with six catches and a TD in week two. I like to roll with these guys as the high-speed offense is always certain to get plenty of plays and plenty of targets to the WRs.

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals ($6,700): Fitzgerald is enjoying a solid season and had a great game this past week. With eight catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns Fitzgerald had one of his better games that I can remember in many years. I am going to ride him while he is hot and cheap.

Next: Tight End, Kicker and Defense

Sep 20, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Detroit Lions tight end Eric Ebron (85) scores a touchdown on a pass against the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth quarter at TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings win 26-16. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

Tight End:

Eric Ebron, Lions ($5,100): Ebron was one of my favorite sleeper picks entering the season and so far he has yet to disappoint. Ebron has a decent match-up this week with the Broncos in a game where there should be plenty of points to go around.


New England Patriots ($4,700): The Patriots defense has been a decent fantasy commodity this year. They have not been great, but I like the match-up and it was my favorite option at this price point. One thing we know about most Patriot defenses is that the typically improve all season so I would expect that to continue.


Robbie Gould, Bears ($4,800): I have a well-known disdain for kickers in fantasy football. I strongly dislike them and wish that no one would use them, but since they do I vary in how I like to pick kickers. This week I simply picked the highest scoring kicker with the best match-up as rated by

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