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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 3

The following is a complete breakdown of Gridiron Experts Fantasy Football Rankings Week 3 using a sortable widget provided by FantasyPros. These rankings are subject to change, please check back for lineup decisions

Fantasy Football Rankings Week 3

By now I’m sure you’re sick and tired of every fantasy football article talking about the insane number of injuries we’ve had to witness this year. While the 2020 NFL season might not have started as you had hoped, remember that the unexpected is part of the game, and that dealing with injuries, being pro-active on the waiver wire, and smart with your trades is how we separate the average players from the true champions. Keep your head up, and never say die. There is still a long season ahead!

The table below is Gridiron Experts staff Fantasy Football rankings for week three. Each individual staff writer contributes their Fantasy Football Rankings for Week 3 which creates an average that we use for our overall consensus rankings. If you’re looking for more insight, Zach Greubel also has a Fantasy Football Likes & Dislikes article in regards to where he placed some players in his rankings.

Fantasy Football Rankings Week 3

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Accuracy Update

Currently, the five Gridiron Experts writers that are included in the FantasyPros Fantasy Accuracy contest are off to a great start. Zach Greubel, who was the most accurate writer week one, is currently ranked 3rd overall. Zach is also 2nd in WR’s. Michael Hauff is having a strong start to the season, ranking 18th overall. Anthony Cervino is 45th overall. Jason Willan is 14th in WR’s while Mike Rigz is 13th in QB’s.

How To Use These Fantasy Rankings

Every fantasy league is different with unique scoring formats or starting lineups. Our default setting for this fantasy football rankings week 3 tool is set to half-point PPR. However, you do have the ability to adjust that. While the Flex rankings do make things easy with comparing players on your roster, keep in mind we do not rank players outside of their position. We rank positional groups and then the FantasyPros tool blends them together to create the flex rankings section. While the results do usually produce a great list of players in order of top performers, there have been times the blend doesn’t go so smoothly, so take that with a grain of salt. Overall, we do take great pride in our fantasy football rankings and do try to provide the best quality player lists for you to use 100% free.

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