NFL Week 3 Predictions: Projecting Best, Worst Sunday Performances

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NFL Week 3 Predictions: Projecting Best, Worst Sunday Performances
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We spend the offseason clamoring for football to get here, and time flies when it finally does. Week 3 is already upon us, and we are just about 12 percent through the regular season. Savor it.

Last week's Sunday predictions produced mixed results. 

Aaron Rodgers, Pierre Garçon and Mike Wallace went off while Mark Ingram and Brandon Pettigrew were predictably bad, but Knowshon Moreno put up an unexpectedly good line while Eddie Lacy was knocked out of the game after one carry.

As the season moves into Week 3, we can begin to look at trends to refine predictions. Click through to find this week's predictions for Sunday success and failure.

 

These predictions are based on offensive skill players who are expected to start or garner a significant amount of game action. You wouldn't expect a fourth-string receiver to have a good game—those predictions are implied.

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