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Eagles In The NFL: Week Three

Andre Williams totally vultured a touchdown for my fantasy team.

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Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

Ryan was 24-36 for 285 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions in Atlanta's 39-28 win over Dallas last Sunday. In all three games this season, the Falcons rallied from fourth quarter deficits to win, making them 3-0 and in first in the NFC South to open up this young NFL season.

Andre Williams, New York Giants

Andre picked up 29 yards on 14 carries, scoring a touchdown in the red zone for the Giants in a 32-21 win over Washington. The Giants are 1-2 on the season, righting the ship after choking away victories in the season's first two weeks.

Anthony Castonzo, Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis struggled against the upstart Tennessee Titans and needed a late fourth quarter rally to pick up their first victory of the season. With Castonzo starting at left tackle, Andrew Luck completed 18 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns, throwing two interceptions in the victory.

BJ Raji, Green Bay Packers

Raji had one tackle in the 38-28 victory on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs in a rematch from the first ever AFL-NFL World Championship Game.

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Gosder Cherilus, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa managed to keep Jameis Winston upright and not allow a single sack all day, but it didn't matter since they couldn't score many points. Houston defeated the Bucs, 19-9.

Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers

Although the Panthers are still rolling - they defeated New Orleans 27-22 to improve to 3-0 - Kuechly remains sidelined with a concussion. Per ESPN.com, Kuechly's status remains uncertain and he remains out of practice with his injury.

Ryan Quigley, New York Jets

In a game between two fan bases that love booing anything that moves, Philadelphia defeated Gang Green on Sunday. Quigley executed eight punts for 371 yards, averaging 46 yards per kick. He downed three inside the 20. The Jets will be on TV bright and early on Sunday with a 9:30 AM kickoff, taking on the Miami Dolphins in London.

Kasim Edebali, New Orleans Saints

Edebali made one tackle and one deflection in the Saints' loss to the Panthers. New Orleans, playing without quarterback Drew Brees, fell to 0-3 with the loss. They'll go to Sunday Night Football this week when they take on the Dallas Cowboys in a matchup that will feature a Weeden and a McCown at QB. Bet that's exactly how NBC drew it up.

Mark Herzlich, New York Giants

Herzlich recorded one tackle this past week for the Giants.

Kevin Pierre-Louis, Seattle Seahawks

KPL did not register a tackle in the Seattle shutout victory of Jimmy Clausen and the Chicago Bears.

Ian Silberman, San Franisco 49ers

Silberman did not play against the Arizona Cardinals, though he probably should have. Colin Kaepernick opened up the game by going 2-2 with two touchdowns.....to the Cards. San Francisco did not win the game.

Will Blackmon, Washington Redskins

Blackmon registered three tackles for Washington in their loss to the Giants.

Matt Hasselbeck, Indianapolis Colts

Hasselbeck, who recently turned 40 years old, did not play in the win over the Titans.

Andy Gallik, Tennessee Titans

Gallik did not see extended game action in the game against the Colts.

Tyler Murphy, Pittsburgh Steelers

A week after he was released, Murphy resigned with the Steelers - to their practice squad. We wish him the best of luck as he fights for an NFL roster spot. He is on the practice squad with fellow BC alum Shakim Phillips, who originally had been signed to the Minnesota Vikings' PS.