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NFL Week 3 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, September 22 8:25 PM ET Houston Texans @ New England Patriots
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Arizona Cardinals @ Buffalo Bills
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Carolina Panthers
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Baltimore Ravens @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Washington Redskins @ New York Giants
Sunday, September 25 1:00 PM ET Oakland Raiders @ Tennessee Titans
Sunday, September 25 4:05 PM ET San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, September 25 4:05 PM ET Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday, September 25 4:25 PM ET San Diego Chargers @ Indianapolis Colts
Sunday, September 25 4:25 PM ET New York Jets @ Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, September 25 4:25 PM ET Pittsburgh Steelers @ Philadelphia Eagles
Sunday, September 25 8:30 PM ET Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys
Monday, September 26 8:30 PM ET Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints

Week 3 Fantasy Analysis

The Week three schedule will be in terms of DFS an interesting one. The Cleveland Browns have one of, if not the worst secondary in the league, which could make starting Dolphins players viable for the first time in 2016. They're also on their third quarterback in as many weeks, which also makes the Dolphins defense in play. The Buffalo Bills have fired their offensive coordinator, and that's just in time for a matchup with the always tough Cardinals. While the defense is somewhat formidable, this game could get ugly for the Bills, even at home. Aaron Rodgers has struggled a bit in his first few weeks of the season, at least compared to the standard we hold him to. Rodgers and the Packers take on the Detroit Lions at home, and should be able to find some traction in that matchup. To cap things off, the San Diego Chargers and Indianapolis Colts face off in what could be an absolute shootout. Both teams have below average offenses, and should be able to move the ball consistently. While Injuries have struck both of these teams early on in the year, there's still plenty of fantasy potential in that game.