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Jason Rqdoiwtz is here with five buy low options ahead of Week 3 in the NFL season. Here's who you should be looking to target.

Fantasy Football Trade Targets: Buy Low on These Five Players Head of Week 3

Some high-valued players have underachieved over the first two weeks based on their projections coming into the season.

But for some of these players, the expected production will come soon.

Here are five buy low target targets that you should consider before Sunday's slate.

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Fantasy Football Players to Buy Low Ahead of Week 3

Kyle Pitts, TE, Atlanta Falcons

Kyle Pitts was projected to be a top-five tight end in the NFL this year. The Falcons have a ton of young talent on offense, and Pitts was supposed to be the leader of the bunch.

Instead, Pitts has caught four receptions for 38 yards. He's done nothing positive for a Falcons team that scored points and was competitive through two weeks.

The fans and media are calling for the Falcons to get Pitts more involved. Eventually, it will all work out for the Falcons, who need to start valuing what they have in Pitts.

Get Pitts before he starts to explode like Travis Kelce and Mark Andrews. He has that kind of potential.

Cortland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos

Cortland Sutton looked excellent in Week 2. He's not undervalued, but in my opinion, Russell Wilson could be so much better for the Broncos after watching him in the last two weeks.

Jerry Jeudy has a rib injury, and Tim Patrick is already out of the equation. Sutton will get a lot of looks in an offense that should eventually put together a solid offensive season.

Garrett Wilson, WR, New York Jets

I don't want to overhype Garrett Wilson. What if Zach Wilson comes back, and Wilson is back to being irrelevant?

Flacco has done an excellent job for the Jets as the backup. But Zach Wilson was supposed to be the guy. They got Zach Wilson a ton of talent that would help him succeed. Zach Wilson needs to develop and mature as a quarterback. If he's finally able to do that, Garrett Wilson is going to be a considerable threat and big target for Zach Wilson this year.

Bring in Garrett before Zach comes back.

Javonte Williams, RB, Denver Broncos

Javonte Williams is getting way more snaps than Melvin Gordon through two weeks. Wiliams was getting all the snaps around the red zone and goal line last week. Williams played in 65% of the offensive snaps last week.

Williams has a much higher ceiling, and Denver is now noticing that. As I said, the Broncos need to improve on the offensive end. When the run game starts moving with Williams, and the passing game starts having success with Sutton, this offense will be outstanding.

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Dallas Cowboys

I had Lamb on this list last week. He delivered in Week 2 with 11 targets. He caught seven passes for 75 yards.

Michael Gallup is about to be in the equation. So now, with Cooper Rush at quarterback and Gallup back at receiver, some Lamb owners will be looking to trade him away after one good week.

Ultimately, having Gallup back could give Lamb more opportunities to get open and make plays. I'd bring in Lamb, knowing Dak Prescott will also be back in about a month.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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