Found September 18, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
Aaron Rodgers made mince meat out of the Redskins in Week 2 and he’s our top-ranked fantasy QB for Week 3. Week 3 of the fantasy football season has arrived! Thus far, the fantasy season has been defined by the outstanding play of quarterbacks, who are once again racking up fantasy points at an incredible rate. In Week 1 there was the seven-touchdown performance from Peyton Manning, as well as 400-yard performances by Eli Manning and Colin Kaepernick. Last week, Aaron Rodgers got in on the act, tossing four touchdown passes to go along with 480 yards passing. Philip Rivers and Michael Vick also had big weeks, each totaling more than 400 yards passing, respectively. The obvious difference here is that the Manning’s, Rodgers and Caepernick were all highly touted entering the season, while Vick and Rivers were both under the radar, especially Rivers, who went undrafted in numerous leagues and even now is owned in only 47 percent of ESPN.com fantasy leagues. The key question of course w...
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