In a week lacking marquee matchups, the Packers traveling to Carolina to battle the unbeaten Panthers for NFC surpremacy is as good as it gets.
Diggs keeps getting open and Teddy Bridgewater keeps finding him.
The fifth-round rookie has had two big games in a row and is drawing praise from teammates.
Revenge game? Yeah, the Patriots probably can't wait to knock the air out of the Colts, but the juiciest matchup in Week 6 is Bruce Arians' return to Pittsburgh.
Nick Foles for Sam Bradford? Close to a wash through five weeks. Ditto for LeSean McCoy for Kiko Alonso. But the Jets sure made out by dealing for Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brandon Marshall.
Dead money accounts for more than 20 percent of the Saints' salary cap, meaning more than one-fifth of the organization's cap resources are assigned to players no longer on their roster. Which other teams are 2015's biggest offenders?
It's been some seven months since the free-agency period opened, seven months since teams desperate to change their fortunes went all in on big-named players
Devonta Freeman and Joseph Randle -- whose three-touchdown game meant more? Is Andy Dalton for real? Is C.J. Anderson doomed? Chris Towers and Scott White share their biggest takeaways from Week 3.
Will Andrew Luck and Frank Gore bounce back this week? Should Drew Brees be trusted? Dave Richard breaks down every Week 3 game in the Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.
Yes, it's only Week 3, but the season could be over before it's even October for teams like the Ravens and Eagles if either drops into an 0-3 hole.

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