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All lines from Caesars Sportsbook.

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The line wants us to believe: Carolina's just not quite good enough to score another blowout. My guess is the oddsmakers aren't convinced the Panthers can match their implied point total of 25.5 and think they'll win by one score or less. But rookie Davis Mills will have just a few precious days of practice before making his first NFL start against a defense that has a league-high 10 sacks. I'm not convinced the Texans will score more than 14, and I am convinced the Panthers can get more than 22.

PanthersRTG (MAX 10)TexansRTG (MAX 10)
Sam Darnold(6.1)Davis Mills(3.2)
Christian McCaffrey(10.0)David Johnson(3.0)
D.J. Moore(7.4)Brandin Cooks(6.2)
Robby Anderson(5.7)Texans DST (3.3)
Terrace Marshall Jr.(3.2)

Panthers DST (8.6)

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The line wants us to believe:Atlanta's hopeless. The Falcons were within three points on the road at Tampa Bay last week when Matt Ryan threw two pick-sixes. That was good to see, but the reality is that the Falcons defense is just too weak. It has allowed 32-plus points in consecutive games and is now set to battle a rested Giants offense that should load up Saquon Barkley with plenty of touches. It's the scariest sentence I'll type today: The Giants should find a way to win.

FalconsRTG (MAX 10)GiantsRTG (MAX 10)
Matt Ryan(6.5)Daniel Jones(6.9)
Mike Davis(6.5)Saquon Barkley(8.4)
Calvin Ridley(8.9)Sterling Shepard(7.8)
Cordarrelle Patterson(4.9)Kenny Golladay(6.6)
Kyle Pitts(7.6)Evan Engram(6.7)
Falcons DST (3.1)Giants DST (6.3)

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The line wants us to believe:Jacksonville is competitive. The Jaguars have lost both games by at least 10 points -- why expect anything different now? Apparently, the oddsmakers think differently as they're begging you to take the Cardinals. Maybe they think this is a trap game for Arizona since they play the Rams in Week 4. Maybe they're laying the biggest trap of the season for bettors, but the fact is there are no compelling reasons to believe Jacksonville is close to being a good team on either side of the ball.

CardinalsRTG (MAX 10)Jaguars RTG (MAX 10)
Kyler Murray(9.7)Trevor Lawrence(6.2)
Chase Edmonds(7.5)James Robinson(6.4)
James Conner(5.6)Marvin Jones(6.3)
DeAndre Hopkins(9.5)D.J. Chark(5.4)
Rondale Moore(6.1)Laviska Shenault Jr.(4.5)
Christian Kirk(4.7)Jaguars DST (1.2)
A.J. Green(4.6)

Cardinals DST (8.0)

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The line wants us to believe:L.A.'s mistake-filled ways will continue. Untimely drops by their top three receivers and really lame penalties have robbed them of at least four touchdowns this season. This is a good week to get their act together against a Chiefs squad Justin Herbert nearly beat in his first NFL game. Now he has better coaching, plus the Chiefs haven't looked like a team that could blow out anybody thus far. Expect the Bolts to keep it tight. 

ChargersRTG (MAX 10)ChiefsRTG (MAX 10)
Justin Herbert(8.1)Patrick Mahomes(9.4)
Austin Ekeler(9.7)Clyde Edwards-Helaire(6.1)
Keenan Allen(9.0)Darrel Williams(5.7)
Mike Williams(7.55)Tyreek Hill(9.6)
Jared Cook(6.2)Mecole Hardman(4.4)
Chargers DST (4.3)Demarcus Robinson(2.2)

Travis Kelce(9.6)

Chiefs DST (4.5)

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The line wants us to believe:The Lions are a bad team. The reality is that the Ravens have played two close, competitive games where fumbles basically determined the winner. The oddsmakers seemingly knew they could get away with bloating the line because people would take the Ravens no matter what. Detroit has made plenty of mistakes but it has not played scared and has fought hard in every game. This is a spot for them to keep up with the Ravens.

RavensRTG (MAX 10)LionsRTG (MAX 10)
Lamar Jackson(9.0)Jared Goff(6.0)
Ty'Son Williams(8.0)D'Andre Swift(7.8)
Latavius Murray(4.7)Jamaal Williams(5.9)
Marquise Brown(7.0)Quintez Cephus(4.65)
Sammy Watkins(3.9)T.J. Hockenson(8.4)
Mark Andrews(7.0)Lions DST (2.0)
Ravens DST (7.6)

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The line wants us to believe: Even with their injuries, the Steelers are a better team. Expect a wake-up call for the Steelers here -- the Bengals have played hard through most of their first two games and are catching Pittsburgh with a depleted front seven and an ailing Ben Roethlisberger playing behind a bad offensive line. Cincinnati's front was able to pressure the Bears a decent amount last week (three sacks). Don't be shocked if the Bengals find a way to win outright.

BengalsRTG (MAX 10)SteelersRTG (MAX 10)
Joe Burrow(6.15)Ben Roethlisberger(5.4)
Joe Mixon(8.6)Najee Harris(7.7)
Ja'Marr Chase(7.5)JuJu Smith-Schuster(6.5)
Tee Higgins(0.0)Chase Claypool(6.7)
Tyler Boyd(6.4)Pat Freiermuth(3.2)
Bengals DST (6.1)Steelers DST (6.0)

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The line wants us to believe:Chicago isn't as good as last week suggests. The Bears nearly blew a 17-point lead with under 7 minutes to play last week, but they also had a pair of dropped touchdowns including an improbable one from Allen Robinson. Chicago's actually a more dangerous team with Justin Fields under center since he will challenge downfield more than Andy Dalton. In the 20 games Kevin Stefanski has coached, the Browns have won by seven-plus points just six times. Cleveland should win, but the Bears should keep it close.

BearsRTG (MAX 10)BrownsRTG (MAX 10)
Justin Fields(6.8)Baker Mayfield(5.8)
David Montgomery(8.8)Nick Chubb(9.0)
Allen Robinson(7.65)Kareem Hunt(7.4)
Darnell Mooney(6.25)Odell Beckham(5.5)
Cole Kmet(5.0)Rashard Higgins(3.8)
Bears DST (5.3)Donovan Peoples-Jones(2.1)

Austin Hooper(5.6)

Browns DST (6.8)

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The line wants us to believe:Even with a beat-up Carson Wentz, the Colts aren't a pushover. Indy has to hit the exacta of protecting Wentz and stopping Derrick Henry all game long. The former will be easier to do than the latter -- Tennessee is league-average in sacks and has the sixth-lowest pressure rate at 14.1%. But Henry's put up over 100 yards in three straight against the Colts, two of which were convincing Tennessee wins. The oddsmakers may have devised a terrific trap here, but the hunch is the Titans will pull away late.

ColtsRTG (MAX 10)TitansRTG (MAX 10)
Carson Wentz(4.65)Ryan Tannehill(6.6)
Jonathan Taylor(8.9)Derrick Henry(9.8)
Nyheim Hines(5.8)A.J. Brown(8.5)
Michael Pittman(6.0)Julio Jones(6.9)
Zach Pascal(4.3)Titans DST (4.9)
Jack Doyle(5.3)

Colts DST (4.1)

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The line wants us to believe: Bill Belichick's defense will overwhelm Jameis Winston. Honestly, that's not too hard to believe. What might be harder to believe is that Sean Payton's offense won't find clever ways to keep this game close. Both teams sport quality defenses, but it's the Saints that might get tested more so than the Pats, who figure to try controlling the clock in an effort to win. This will also be the Saints' third straight game away from New Orleans.

SaintsRTG (MAX 10)PatriotsRTG (MAX 10)
Jameis Winston(4.4)Mac Jones(4.7)
Alvin Kamara(9.5)James White(7.3)
Marquez Callaway(2.4)Damien Harris(7.2)
Juwan Johnson(2.8)Jakobi Meyers(4.2)
Saints DST (6.4)Nelson Agholor(3.4)

Jonnu Smith(5.9)

Hunter Henry(3.4)

Patriots DST (7.0)

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The line wants us to believe:Buffalo is a dominant NFL team. The Bills might get there, but they're not there yet. Washington was gifted a win last week, and while they haven't shown enough to make anyone believe they could win at Buffalo, they also haven't shown anything to suggest they could be blown out. They've played two close games against two mistake-prone teams. Josh Allen has been a mistake-prone passer through two weeks and will be challenged here. This seems too easy to take Washington, but my guess is the public will be all over Buffalo. 

WashingtonRTG (MAX 10)BillsRTG (MAX 10)
Taylor Heinicke(5.6)Josh Allen(8.2)
Antonio Gibson(7.9)Devin Singletary(6.3)
J.D. McKissic(6.2)Zack Moss(4.0)
Terry McLaurin(7.9)Stefon Diggs(9.1)
Adam Humphries(2.8)Cole Beasley(5.0)
Dyami Brown(1.7)Emmanuel Sanders(3.0)
Logan Thomas(6.8)Gabriel Davis(2.5)
Washington DST (5.7)Bills DST (7.3)

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The line wants us to believe:The Raiders aren't as good as their record says. It's interesting that Vegas won by six against Baltimore and nine against Pittsburgh but are only getting 3.5 here. But under the surface of a 2-0 Raiders team is a squad with a depleted O-line, a still-not-good defense, a suspect run game and, most importantly, a hurt quarterback. It absolutely feels like the oddsmakers want you to take them, so don't. The Dolphins defense should find a way to keep the game close if not win outright.

DolphinsRTG (MAX 10)RaidersRTG (MAX 10)
Jacoby Brissett(3.3)Derek Carr(7.0)
Myles Gaskin(7.6)Kenyan Drake(6.6)
Jaylen Waddle(5.6)Henry Ruggs III(5.9)
Will Fuller(4.0)Hunter Renfrow(3.5)
DeVante Parker(3.7)Bryan Edwards(3.1)
Mike Gesicki(4.0)Darren Waller(8.6)
Dolphins DST (3.7)Raiders DST (6.9)

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The line wants us to believe:The Broncos are capable of a third straight blowout win. The oddsmakers knew they'd have to give the Jets a lot of points -- I'm surprised it's only 10.5. They might have gotten away with more because no one really wants to take the Jets even with a bunch of points. The only concern is that the Broncos will do what it takes to win and not necessarily annihilate an opponent, and Zach Wilson has shown some positives through two weeks. I'd still chance it with Denver.

JetsRTG (MAX 10)BroncosRTG (MAX 10)
Zach Wilson(3.0)Teddy Bridgewater(6.3)
Michael Carter(5.0)Melvin Gordon(7.0)
Corey Davis(5.2)Javonte Williams(6.9)
Braxton Berrios(4.1)Courtland Sutton(7.6)
Elijah Moore(2.3)Tim Patrick(5.3)
Jets DST (2.4)K.J. Hamler(3.3)

Noah Fant(7.4)

Broncos DST (10.0)

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Fantasy Football Week 3 prep: PPR league cheat sheet to help you get the most out of your lineups

The Lineup Cheat Sheet combines Fantasy analysis and game-flow predictions with a confidence scale to give you a definitive answer on who to start in your leagues.

It's pretty simple: The scale runs from 1-10. The higher the number next to a player's name, the more confident you should be to start him. The numbers are not a projection, just a confidence score to help you pick who to start. Every relevant player for Week 2 is here, so if a player isn't listed, don't start him.

To find a specific player, use your search function -- CTRL-F on PCs and Command-F on Macs. If neither of those are options, or if you're on a mobile device, you can scroll by game.

If you're still unsure, just send a note on Twitter (@daverichard) and I'll give it a look, time permitting. Ready to get off on the right foot? Here's how to approach every play for Week 3 in PPR leagues -- you can find our non-PPR cheat sheet here.

More Week 2 help: Trade Value Chart QB Start/Sit RB Start/Sit

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This information will help you understand your source code better, and will assist you in producing code of higher reliability and quality.

Pascal Analyzer 4.0.2 Features:

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