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Week 3: Injury Updates, Best Bets, and Lineup Advice

Sports Illustrated logo Sports Illustrated 9/26/2021 Kyle Wood

Good morning! Welcome to another week of football, and thank you for starting your NFL Sunday with Winners Club.

Who’s In and Who’s Out

Injuries ravaged top-tier players around the NFL last week. See which players are active and inactive and who’s still questionable ahead of Sunday’s games and adjust your fantasy lineups accordingly.

A live blog, which will be updated as more news comes out on players who are true game-time decisions, like Colts quarterback Carson Wentz (ankles), will follow on Check out @SI_Fantasy on Twitter for updates throughout the day.

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Pregame Reading

Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Michael Fabiano updated his famed column as injury updates began to flow in later in the week. See which players he’s high and low on this week and why.

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SI Staff Picks: Everyone is all over the Raiders spread against the Dolphins with the news that Tagovailoa is out. See what other bets our analysts like today.

DFS Lineup Help: Shawn Childs is here to help you craft a winning million-dollar lineup in DFS this week with explanations for each of his top options at each position.

NFL Betting Preview: Robin Lundberg and Bill Enright broke down the betting implications of four Sunday NFL games.

Play of the Day

Play of the Day: Until Derek Carr’s DFS price catches up to his play level this season, I like him almost every week. He’s leading the NFL in passing yards and has impressed against two of the better teams and defenses in the league through two weeks. The Dolphins have a respectable defense, and neither Mac Jones nor Josh Allen carved them up in their first two games, but I like Carr to have a big day at home, especially if Josh Jacobs ends up not playing and Las Vegas is forced to rely even heavier on its passing game.

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That’s all I’ve got for today. Good luck with your bets and matchups. I’ll talk to you on Tuesday.


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