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Fantasy Football Projections for Week 3

Looking for some projections for the lineup you submitted for Week 3? Fake Teams and numberFire are here to help.

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Not all league hosting sites provide fantasy football player projections each week, so we are here to help. Weekly projections may help you decide who to start between two players at the same position, or who to start at your flex spot in your lineup. Projections can help you in deciding who to start in your FanDuel DFS cash games and tournaments each week, as well.

The guys at numberFire have offered to provide our readers with fantasy football projections for Week 3, so check them out in the numberFire grids below:

Week 3 Projections

Quarterbacks

numberFIre projects Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson to be the top scoring QB in Week 3 as the Seahawks face off against the porous Bears defense. For some reason they think Packers quarterback can have a good day for his fantasy owners against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football. Blasphemy!!!

Running Backs

You may see Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell ranked as the #1 RB this week in some rankings, but numberFire doesn't see it that way. They love the Seahawks agains the Bears and project Marshawn Lynch to put up 17 points for his owners in Week 3. numberFire came to their senses and project Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles to have a good night on MNF , as they project him to run for more than 100 yards and a score.

Wide Receivers

It stands to reason that after the first two weeks of the season that Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones are a cut above the rest of the WRs in the league, and numberFire ranks them at 1-2 in this week's projections.

Running Backs/Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Defense/Special Teams

Kickers

Fantasy Rundown

If you are looking for more fantasy football rankings for Week 3, make sure you check out Fantasy Rundown, your one stop for all things fantasy football, baseball and basketball.