After two disappointing weeks from the Cincinnati Bengals hopefully you at least have your fantasy team to hang your hat on. Trends are starting to take shape, and we have a better idea of who is for real, and who isn’t. Also some of the more confusing running back committees are starting to take form. Here are the players you should be starting and sitting in Week 3 to win your fantasy football matchup. Must starts Isaiah Crowell (Browns RB): This is a pretty simple one. The Browns are coming off a game where their quarterbacks’ turnovers ruined any chances they had. (Yes, two quarterbacks played for the Browns last week.) The Browns will likely minimize the chances of that happening again by
Chris Johnson may be headed back to the starting lineup. Johnson was the starter in Arizona until a season-ending injury in 2015 opened the door for David Johnson to take the job and run with it through the 2016 season. A wrist injury knocked him out in Week One, though, and the Cardinals brought the older Johnson back before last week’s game against the Colts.
Derrick Gunn makes his picks for Week 3 of the NFL season. Giants at Eagles (1 p.m. on FOX) Both the Eagles and Giants have good defensive fronts. Both Carson Wentz and Eli Manning are going to get hit, Eli probably a lot more. The Giants have no run game and their offensive line is a mess. Odell Beckham Jr. is not at 100 percent health-wise but is expected to play. Speaking of health, the Eagles' secondary is a mash unit right now. Ronald Darby is on the shelf for a few more weeks, but three additional DBs could sit this one out. Will the Eagles commit to the run game? Don't count on it. The Giants could be without their best cover corner in Janoris Jenkins, who missed the G-men 's Monday night