Fantasy Football: Start Em, Sit Em options for Week 3

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Wide Receivers

Start: Nico Collins, Houston Texans (at Jacksonville): Fans have been waiting for this guy to break out, and it might be here. After an 80-yard performance in Week 1, Collins caught seven passes last week against the Indianapolis Colts for his first career 100-yard game. Insert him into your starting lineup with confidence this week, as the rookie C.J. Stroud is going to need a guy he can gravitate to. That seems to be Collins.

George Pickens, Pittsburgh Steelers (at Las Vegas): Even if the Steelers' offense remains kind of a mess and even if we don't know how good Kenny Pickett really is, Pickens is a guy I am going to start pretty much every week. The talent is just too high to have on your bench.

Sit: Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos (at Miami): The Broncos are going to have to throw the ball around to keep up in this game, but fans have to be sick of waiting for Jeudy to take off. He caught three passes for 25 yards last week after missing Week 1. I'm not starting a Broncos receiver unless I'm entirely desperate.

Marquise Brown, Arizona Cardinals (vs. Dallas): It's tough to start anyone in Arizona pretty much any week of the season, but against this Dallas defense, things could get ugly.

Sleeper Alert: Tutu Atwell, Los Angeles Rams (at Cincinnati): Puka Nacua has been all the rage through two weeks, and rightfully so. But he is hobbled heading into the Monday night game against the Bengals and managers may not be able to wait to see if he is going to play in the game. Even if he does, Tutu Atwell is a nice sleeper option. He has 13 receptions for 196 yards on 17 targets this season.

Bust Alert: Garrett Wilson, New York Jets (vs. New England): Wilson might be a "bust alert" for the rest of this season as long as Zack Wilson is the guy throwing to him, but especially against a Bill Belichick defense where you know he's going to make someone else beat them.