Draft Kings Friday Night 5 game Slate preseason week 3

By Justin Lonero
Justin Lonero

Week 3 Preseason


Jimmy Garoppolo
I'm going right back to the well this week with Garoppolo. He was 16 of 21 with 181 yards and a touchdown against the Bears. He should play at least a half Friday. Marcus Mariota was 9 of 10 for 104 yards and a touchdown against Carolina last week.

Running Backs

Keith Marshall

With Matt Jones out until the regular season it looks like Keith Marshall will get a decent amount of volume Friday. The seventh round draft pick needs to prove his speed and shiftiness in an effort to make the final roster.

John Crockett
Crockett has been busy this preseason in a fight for the No. 3 running back spot. He had four receptions, and a touchdown last week in what essentially is a man playing for a job. He remains third on the depth chart currently. I like him to punch one Friday.

Wide Receiver

Greg Little
Sammy Watkins will play Friday but the question is how much? Greg Little has five receptions and a touchdown over the first two preseason games. Little should have more opportunities Friday. The 6-2 veteran has opened eyes all summer, he may be what the Bills need on an offense that can use help.

Rashad Ross
Ross caught five passes for 58 yards, and two touchdowns in the second quarter, a week ago in a win against the Jets. Number three wideout Jamison Crowder will not play Friday so we can give Ross an opportunity bump. Ross wants to be known as more than just a burner, he wants to show the staff he is polished.

Chris Hogan
Hogan caught 4 of 5 targets for 53 yards last week. Hogan gives the Patriots receiving corp some size and flexibility. He played 38 snaps and it looks like he will be the teams number two or three wide receiver.

Tight End

Austin Seferian-Jenkins
There has been a ton of buzz about ASJ's work ethic and attitude this offseason but it looks like finally he is focused on being the teams starter. Seferian-Jenkins was targeted four times last week and is now running with the starters again. There is some risk here, I also like Martellus Bennett this week.


Sammie Coates
There is a big mystery in Pittsburgh as to who will be the number two wideout. With Martavis Bryant gone Darrius Heyward-Bay, Markus Wheaton and Sammy Coates are all fighting for an increased role. Coates caught two of four targets for 30 yards against the Eagles.


The Bucs had four interceptions, and a sack against the Jaguars this week. The Vegas point total is 42 and I can see the Browns making a couple mistakes.