Fantasy Focus Week 3 Recap + Who Crushed It? Who Flushed It? | ESPN

Fantasy focus week 3 recap + who crushed it? Who flushed it? | espn

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Welcome back to another episode of fantasy focus! Which players crushed it and which flushed it from this week in fantasy football? We break down three of the biggest matchups this week: Dolphins vs. Bills, Bucs vs. Packers, and Panthers vs. Saints. We will also look at some of the biggest injuries for fantasy managers including the likes of David Montgomery.

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