Fantasy Football Week 3 Sleepers & DFS: Treylon Burks is ready for a Las Vegas breakout party

I’m excited to see what Treylon Burks can do in Week 3 against Raiders. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him have a breakout game, and he’s worth using as the No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of tournaments.

The titans Need Birx to be an important playmaker for this crime, which seemed lost by two matches against giants And the Invoices. The Burks didn’t do anything great, especially compared to other entry-level receivers like Garrett Wilson, Drake London and Chris Olave. But you can see it’s coming for Burks.

He had six goals against Buffalo in week two and finished with four catches for 47 yards. This was after he had three 55-yard pick-ups on five goals against the Giants. But Birx has a target rate of 37.9 percent in two weeks, which is an indication that better days are coming.

The Raiders have already allowed three receivers to score at least 12 PPR points in matches against chargers (Deandre Carter) and basics The next (Marquis Brown and Greg Durich) and Birx may be next. We just hope Ryan Tannehill will give him a bit more volume, and it would make sense to open things up in the passing game and help a stagnant Tennessee attack.

If you need help with a receiver this week, and Burks is on your bench, connect him to your lineup and see what happens. I expect him to come out with the best match of his young career.

Every Friday, you can find this column about sleepers and DFS plays on DraftKings and FanDuel. I’ll also include Friday show notes from Fantasy Football Today on CBS Sports HQ, which provide a game-by-game breakdown of sit-down starts, seating, favorite props, and favorite DFS plays. It should help you with some line-up decisions each week.

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DFS Game Preview & Fonts

These are game previews from Fantasy Football Today on CBS Sports HQ on Friday from me, Adam Eiser and Dave Richard. Player props from Caesers Sportsbook.

Saints-Panthers (Dave Richard)

Bells Dolphin (Adam Ezer)

Texas Bears (Jamie Eisenberg)

Ravens Patriots (Dave Richard)

Chiefs-Colts (Adam Eiser)

Lions-Vikings (Jamie Eisenberg)

Bengals Gates (Dave Richard)

  • Notable injury: Corey Davis (knee)
  • Start or Sit: Start Garrett Wilson
  • DFS Play: Tyler Conklin (DraftKings $3,800 / FanDuel $5,200)
  • Prop to play: Joe Flacco over 238.5 yards (-106)

Raiders of the Titans (Adam Ezer)

Eagles-Commanders (Jamey Eisenberg)

  • Noticeable injury: none
  • Start or Sit: Get Started by Carson Wentz
  • DFS Play: DeVonta Smith (DraftKings $5,200 / FanDuel $6,000)
  • Prop to play: Carson Wentz over 238.5 yards (+104)

Falcons-Seahawks (Adam Aizer)

  • Noticeable injury: none
  • Start or Sit: Cordaryl Patterson Sit
  • DFS play: Kyle Bates (DraftKings $5,400 / FanDuel $5,600)
  • Prop to play: Kyle Bates over 46.5 yards (-129)

Rams Cardinals (Dave Richard)

Jaguar Chargers (Jamie Eisenberg)

Packers-Buccaneers (Dave Richard)


QB: Kirk Cousins ​​($6,700) for DET
Right-back: Leonard Fournett ($6,500) for GB
Right-back: Dameon Pierce ($5,000) at CHI
WR: Justin Jefferson ($9,300) for DET
WR: Drake London ($5800) at SEA
WR: DeVonta Smith ($5200) for WAS
TE: Irv Smith (for DET) $3,100
Flex: Treylon Burks (for LV) $4900
the summer timing:
saints ($3,500) in the Central African Republic

Cousins ​​at the beginning of the week, and I’m going to put it together here with Jefferson and Smith against black. All three have a huge production chance against this Detroit defense.

I expect Fournette to lead a team pirate crime against Packers With injuries at the receiver, Pierce should be in a breakthrough match against bear. I love those who run backwards at their expense.

London and Smith both go out for strong outings in week two, and both should stay hot in week three given their matches. And as mentioned above, I love setting up Burks for a hack game.


QB: Derek Carr (for Tin) $7,100
Right-back: Dalvin Cook (for DET) $8,300
Right-back: Dameon Pierce (in CHI) $5,800
WR: Davante Adams (for TEN) $8,700
WR: DK Metcalf (for ATL) $6,700
WR: Mike Williams (for JAC) $7,000
TE: Darren Waller (for TEN) $6,400
FLEX: Dallas Goedert (in WAS) $5,500
DEF: Chargers (for JAC) $4,500

I’m going to put Carr, Adams, and Waller in this lineup against the Titans, and I love the showdown between the three. We can see the Conquerors throw the ball more if Jacobs gets out.

Playing Pierce in this squad again, I love Cook’s setup against the Lions in what should be an offensive blast of all Minnesota’s weapons. The Cook is worth its price on all DFS kits.

Metcalfe has to put in his best game of the season, and Williams must stay hot in front of Jaguar. I also like the confrontation between Goedert and Washington. This lineup should be great on FanDuel in Week 3.