NFL Preseason 2013: Fantasy Lessons Learned Heading into Week 3

August 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A lot has changed across the NFL after just two weeks of preseason, and fantasy owners should take note of certain things before they start their draft.
In most cases, Week 3 of the preseason is the closest to a competitive game. Coaches let their starters play for the majority of the game, and schemes start to most resemble what will be seen in the regular season.
From a fantasy perspective, this week gives us a chance to see which players are getting the most touches and how they fit into certain systems. While this means we will know more after Week 3, there is still plenty that we already know at this point.
For those drafting in the coming days, here are the lessons that we have learned in the last few weeks.
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