Delanie Walker is very questionable to face the Raiders in Week 3. Editor’s update: Adam Schefter is reporting Walker is a "close call," and a decision will not be made until after early warmups. The Tennessee Titans are listing tight end Delanie Walker as questionable for Week 3 vs. the Oakland Raiders.
Since being traded to the Philadelphia Eagles this summer, receiver Dorial Green-Beckham hasn’t been utilized much to this point. Hopefully, things are about to change in the coming weeks, as head coach Doug Pederson explains. “He’s coming along really well,” said Pederson, per Jimmy Kempski of Philly Voice. “We’re giving him a little bit more each week. He’s understanding things a little bit better and processing the information better. Again, this is something as we go forward we’d love to obviously get him a little more involved from a standpoint of getting more targets thrown in his direction.” Through two games, Green-Beckham has caught four passes on six targets for 32 yards — a paltry
Start ‘em Derek Carr was somehow a sleeper pick after a big 2015, and fantasy owners have been cashing in on a bargain over the season’s first two weeks. Carr had favorable matchups against the Falcons and Saints, and gets another good draw this week. With the Raiders’ pass defense being terrible out of the gate, game scripts could call for their capable offense to air it out. He, Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree can be considered start-worthy for Week 3. Start ‘em? Latavius Murray is still the leader of the backfield, but DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard remain involved in the mix as well. Murray is still deserving of a start, but a Titans run defense that features Jurrell Casey up front