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Fantasy Football Week 3 WR Streamers Include Cole Beasley

Week 2 has finished and we are officially onto the normal routine of NFL football all the way through February. The wide receiver position is deep this year, and it’s unlikely you voluntarily stream this position this early in the season, but injuries have already hit many WR rooms. If you have been hit by this poor luck, we have a list of fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers that may be extremely helpful. 

Read on for three fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers that are worth your consideration. Despite most having late-round ADPs, these wide receivers have a good chance to carve out more significant roles moving forward. 

Players must be owned in less than 50 percent of ESPN leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.

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Fantasy Football Week 3 WR Streamers 

Cole Beasley Fantasy Outlook vs. GB (2.3%)

Cole Beasley recently signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, due to the number of injuries/suspensions in the wide receiver room. The Cole Beasley fantasy football value was respectable when he was with the Bills, and Tom Brady has been known to love his slot receivers. This could be a high-scoring game and Brady will need to throw the ball more often than not. Mike Evans is out due to suspension and Chris Godwin is still dealing with an injury, so the weapons are scarce right now. 

Marvin Jones Jr. Fantasy Outlook at LAC (35.3%)

The Jacksonville Jaguars offense has been much-improved from last year, and Trevor Lawrence is progressing nicely. He has the weapons to work with, and Marvin Jones Jr. could be his secondary option outside of Christian Kirk. There are others to take targets away from Jones, but he is the dependable veteran receiver on the team, which young quarterbacks tend to gravitate towards in certain situations. The Chargers offense is high-powered and they will be able to score plenty of times, so Lawrence and company will have to throw the ball. 

RELATED | Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings

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Nico Collins Fantasy Outlook at CHI (15.3%)

Nico Collins had a quiet Week 1 performance, but you can’t blame him for the Texans offense being lackluster and missing that spark. Davis Mills has some work to do and, with Brandin Cooks demanding the attention of the opposing top corner, Collins could receive plenty of looks. He caught four balls last week for just 58 yards but has seen 12 targets across the first two games. The Chicago Bears allow over 23.0 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers thus far. 

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