TThe Steelers visited Cleveland (17-29) and came home with a loss despite a stunning George Pickens OBJ-style hunt. Fans got a high-score game, despite the unflashy QB fight between them Mitch Trubesky And the Jacobi Brisset. Despite being just one possession game before the last play, the Steelers’ Fantasy performance was generally lackluster.
When it comes to Browns, Nick Chubb The RB is still present in Chubb-Hunt side by side. also, Amary Cooper He stabilizes well and could have had a better night had it not been for a few bugs.
Fantasy Leaders for Week 3
Jacobi Brisset (17.9)
Brissett finished the game with an impressive rating of 109.6 QB: 220 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no spin. His weeks are numbered, as we all know Deshaun Watson will be back in Week 12, but old quarterback Colts and Dolphins is showing plenty of grit and drive so far in 2022.
Nick Chubb (17.3)
Chubb did it again! He’s now an RB1 player in Fantasy Football (with one game more than nearly every fullback, of course). Brown had a rush back down and a rushing 113 yards.
Amari Cooper (16.1)
Cooper is settling down well in Cleveland, where he is the undisputed WR1 in town. In Fantasy, it’s now WR7, with an additional game. He would have earned a night’s rest if it wasn’t for a drop, and also a long gain called a penalty for going out of bounds before reception. Either way, he had 7 receptions for 101 yards, and 1 TD.
David Njoku (14.9)
Njoku loves life as (finally) the TE1 evident on Browns’ depth chart. He had 9 massive receptions for 89 yards and one touchdown all night. After this game it is now TE5 in Fantasy Football.
Cleveland Browns D/ST (10.0)
A big stroke of luck to those who played the Browns despite Clowney being out of the game. The totally unexpected TD saved Cleveland’s last game from a very bad night from a Fantasy perspective.
Fantastic Losers of Week 3
Donovan Peoples Jones (1.0)
You have to play a really deep fantasy league to go along with the Peoples-Jones, but still: It’s WR2 on the Cleveland depth chart. A very bad night for the receiver, who only had one receiver for 10 yards.
George Pickens (3.9)
Other than his amazing Odell Beckham style catch, Pickens finished his night with 3 receptions for 39 yards. He was overtaken by Chase Claypool (4.6) and Deonty Johnson (8.4).
Pat Freermouth (4.1)
Freiermuth didn’t go without being drafted in any Fantasy drafts this year. His talent and potential is undeniable. But… yikes! It’s TE15 only overall, and that’s with an extra game on everyone David Njoku isn’t called.
Cream Hunt (6.1)
He missed three chances on the goal line in a row. Just for Nick Chubb to take the fourth attempt and punch in TD. His 47-yard dash and 3 receptions make for a near-decent night in the PPR tournaments.
Nagy Harris (10.1)
Despite his TD, any game in which Harris only gets ten Fantasy points is very disappointing. Over the course of two weeks, he averaged just 2.9 yards per carry, and the trend must have been concerning to his managers. His injury to Lisfranc could be more significant than he thought.