Carr completed 21 of 35 passes for 249 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 17-10 road win over the Titans.
Carr put his team up 14 points with a second quarter touchdown pass to Seth Roberts, but he was unable to find the end zone for the rest of the day as the Tennessee defense clamped down. He registered a season-low in yardage and turned the ball over for the first time, but Carr is still averaging a solid 289 yards per game through the air and owns a 5:1 TD:INT ratio after three games. Car and company will be on the road again next week versus the Ravens.
Wilson left Sunday's game early with a neck injury, Kyle Meinke of mlive.com reports.
Given the severity and nature of neck injuries, Wilson will likely be a focal point of the Detroit medical staff's attention throughout the week. During his absence Rafael Bush stepped in as his replacement.
Ajayi rushed for 28 yards and a touchdown on seven carries in Sunday's win over the Browns.
What a few weeks it has been for Ajayi. He was a healthy scratch Week 1, showed some value as a receiver in Week 2, but lost a fumble and finally ended Week 3 by giving Miami its first win of the season with an overtime touchdown. The big-bodied back might have returned to the team's good graces, but it's still hard to see him as a legitimate fantasy option. The Dolphins don't run it much, when they do they tend to use Arian Foster when healthy and behind Foster are a stable of backs that the team deploys. Even without Foster in the lineup, Ajayi lost the touches battle with rookie Kenyan Drake, 10 to seven.
Jones racked up 205 receiving yards and two touchdowns on six receptions during Sunday's loss to the Packers.
Jones' big day was a bright spot for the Lions as they trailed for most of the game, leading to quarterback Matthew Stafford airing it out often and targeting Jones eight times (season low). He now has over 400 yards receiving throughout the first three weeks of his 2016 campaign and first year in Detroit. He's becoming the team's go-to receiver, while Golden Tate made just four catches for 40 yards Sunday. Jones will look to keep the momentum rolling next week against the Bears.
Cooke signed a contract with the Suns on Sunday.
After going undrafted in 2015, Cooke spent his most recent campaign in the NBA D-League, playing in 47 games for the Bakersfield Jam, while posting averages of 4.8 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.1 assists over 23.4 minutes. The 6-foot-9 forward out of Wyoming is likely being brought to the Suns on a training camp deal, so his contract is not guaranteed and there's a very good chance he doesn't make the final regular season roster. However, he'll at least get a chance to impress the coaching staff over the next few weeks.
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