Vontae Davis DB IND 5 Hrs
Davis had two tackles and an interception in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
Davis is healthy and a threat to pull down interceptions as a result, but he doesn't pile up many tackles in Indy's defensive scheme.
D'Qwell Jackson LB IND 5 Hrs
Jackson had ten tackles and a sack in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
Jackson doesn't pile up many sacks with a career best 3.5 sacks in any season, so don't expect Sunday's trend to continue. However, he has 23 tackles in three games and looks set for another season of 100 or more tackles.
Jack Doyle TE IND 5 Hrs
Doyle had three receptions for ten yards in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
Doyle has five receptions the last two weeks as he's surprisingly getting consistent targets as the team's third tight end. However, he won't get more than a few targets each game as long as Coby Fleeder and Dwayne Allen are healthy.
Reggie Wayne WR IND 5 Hrs
Wayne had four receptions for 62 yards in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
Andrew Luck threw for 370 yards, but nine players caught passes. After a team-high nine receptions for 98 yards in Week 1, Wayne has had just seven receptions the last two weeks as his fantasy value may be limited a bit if the Colts spread the ball around as much as in Sunday's win.
Eric Decker WR NYJ 5 Hrs
Decker aggravated his existing hamstring injury during the second quarter of Monday's game against the Bears and his return to the field is questionable, Newsday reports.
Decker was initially listed as a game-time decision for Monday's game with his hamstring injury. Although he was ultimately able to start, his availability for the rest of the game is now in question. Before exiting, Decker had one reception for 19 yards.
Brandon Marshall WR CHI 5 Hrs
Marshall (ankle) was able to return to the field for the second half of Monday's game against the Jets, Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports reports.
Marshall had previously exited the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury. Despite being questionable to return, the wide receiver is back on the field in seemingly full capacity.
Coby Fleener TE IND 5 Hrs
Fleener had four receptions on seven targets for 49 yards, including a seven-yard touchdown, in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
Both Fleener and Dwayne Allen (four receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown) had productive games as neither appears to have pulled ahead in the competition for targets at tight end. The Indy passing game has a plethora of options - nine players caught passes Sunday - so Fleener's production is going to vary significantly week to week.
Justin Houston LB KC 5 Hrs
Houston had a sack, two QB hits, a pass deflection, and three tackles (all solo) against the Dolphins on Sunday.
Houston now has three sacks in his first three games, putting him on track to shatter his career-high total of 11, which he recorded in just 11 games last season.
Tamba Hali LB KC 5 Hrs
Hali recorded a sack and five tackles (four solo) against the Dolphins on Sunday.
Hali is coming off a double-digit sack total (11) last season, and has already started again this year, recording two in the first three games. He also has an increased tackle rate in the early going, as he is on pace to finish in the mid-50s, up from the 46 (39 solo) he had last year.
Brandon Marshall WR CHI 5 Hrs2 Comments
Marshall (ankle) left Sunday night's game against the Jets and is questionable to return, the New York Daily News reports.
Marshall exited in the second quarter and went back to the locker room with team personnel. Initially listed as probable to return, he was quickly downgraded to questionable. With the game nearing halftime, it remains to be seen whether Marshall will be able to get back on the field. Prior to exiting, Marshall did not record a catch on three targets.