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RankTeamStatusW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 +3
     
1-1-0.500W13227.04217.92
2 -1
     
1-1-0.500L16215.36224.14
3 -1
     
1-1-0.500L15200.94221.18
4 +2
     
1-1-0.500W14183.18163.58
5
     
1-1-0.500W12178.28171.82
6 -3
     
1-1-0.500L11137.02143.18
* Rank change shown is from week 1 - 2

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  • 9/25, 6:47 pm
    • Smith completed 25-of-33 passes for 237...

      Smith completed 25-of-33 passes for 237 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

      Analysis: It was another efficient game for Smith, who managed the game beautifully with Kansas City's defense taking over (two touchdowns, six interceptions). He did a great job spreading things around, as nine different players caught at least one pass, although he primarily locked in on Travis Kelce, who finished with six receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown. The veteran quarterback has a decent matchup next week at Pittsburgh, which allowed rookie Carson Wentz to throw for 301 yards and two touchdowns Sunday.

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  • 9/25, 6:46 pm
    • Hawkins caught two passes for 14...

      Hawkins caught two passes for 14 yards on four targets during Sunday's overtime loss to the Dolphins.

      Analysis: Even though Hawkins started at wide receiver for the first time all year on Sunday, his presence was hardly felt, as he was targeted just four times, bringing his season total up to 10. The sixth-year veteran has floundered with every quarterback the Browns have thrown out there this season, only managing to haul in five passes for 42 yards through the first three games. As of now, it looks like he will continue to start alongside Terrelle Pryor until Corey Coleman (hand) and Josh Gordon (suspension) make their way back on the field.

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  • 9/25, 6:46 pm
    • Smith led the Ravens with 11...

      Smith led the Ravens with 11 targets, eight catches and 87 receiving yards in Sunday's 19-17 win over the Jaguars.

      Analysis: The Ravens' passing attack struggled Sunday, as Smith was the only player north of 42 yards receiving, but they were able to piece together a winning field-goal drive with just under two minutes remaining. Smith has improved with each passing week after rushing back from injury to be ready for the season opener, as Sunday's outputs marked season-highs in targets, catches and yardage. He may not be asked to run deep as much this season after the acquisition of Mike Wallace and the return of Breshad Perriman, but Smith clearly still has the attention of Joe Flacco and could be a valuable asset as a possession receiver. Week 4 will see Baltimore host the Raiders.

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  • 9/25, 6:42 pm
    • Kelce caught six of seven targets...

      Kelce caught six of seven targets fora season-high 89 yards and touchdown in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

      Analysis: Kelce made a couple of big plays, including a 42-yard catch and also his first touchdown of the season. He was Alex Smith's favorite target Sunday, as no other pass catcher had more than four receptions or 44 yards. He'll look to stay on a roll next week at Pittsburgh.

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  • 9/25, 6:39 pm
    • Maclin caught four of seven targets...

      Maclin caught four of seven targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

      Analysis: Maclin beat Darrelle Revis deep at least twice, but he could not connect with Alex Smith. Even though he had a quiet game, Maclin still tied for the team lead in targets with Travis Kelce. He's got a decent matchup next week at Pittsburgh, so a rebound performance is possible.

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