Week Three in fantasy football has owners dealing with a rash of injuries that undoubtedly are affecting their rosters. Romo, Cutler, Brees and Stafford are veteran signal callers who are either out or could miss some time this week. As a result, our rankings have a lot of newcomers in the top ten and top twenty overall.

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Brady looks to be a man on a mission to start the 2015 season. (USA Today Sports)

1. Tom Brady vs JAX 

2. Andrew Luck at TEN

3. Eli Manning vs WAS

4. Aaron Rodgers vs KC

5. Peyton Manning at DET

6. Carson Palmer vs SF

7. Cam Newton vs NO

8. Ben Roethlisberger at STL

9. Russell Wilson vs CHI

10. Matt Ryan at DAL

11. Philip Rivers at MIN

12. Andy Dalton at BAL

13. Ryan Tannehill vs BUF 

Bortles has played himself into fantasy relevance. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)
Bortles has played himself into fantasy relevance.
(Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)

14. Colin Kaepernick at ARZ

15. Nick Foles vs PIT

16. Marcus Mariota vs IND

17. Sam Bradford at NYJ

18. Tyrod Taylor at MIA

19. Blake Bortles at NE

20. Derek Carr at CLE

Dan Schalk covers Fantasy Football for MFST, you can follow him on Twitter @FFSportsTalk

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