Here are the fantasy football start em or sit em options for week three wide receivers.
Anquan Boldin - After exploding in week one with 200 yards receiving, Boldin crashed back to earth in week two with nothing. However, he played the Seattle Seahawks last week and this week gets the Indianapolis Colts. Don't expect week one's output, but expect a good game.
T.Y. Hilton - Speaking of the Colts, while they signed Trent Richardson this week, don't expect the explosive running back to be ready for a full load this week. As a result, the Colts will need to throw the ball a lot again. Hilton had a great week two and should continue rolling in week three.
Mike Wallace - Last week, Atlanta was scorched by the St. Louis Rams offensive passing game, which bodes well for Miami. Wallace is still the most talented receiver on the team and he should have a big day against Atlanta.
Antonio Brown - The Pittsburgh offense seems dead in the water right now, and Brown has voiced his displeasure at how he is being used. That won't change against the Chicago Bears pass defense and things will continue to be tough in Pittsburgh.
Kenbrell Thompkins - Heading into 2013, Thompkins was a sleeper fantasy football draft pick, but he only has six receptions despite Tom Brady throwing to him 21 times. Brady won't continue to look his way if he can't catch the ball, and with Rob Gronkowski on the way back, Thompkins playing time is limited.
Eddie Royal - This week's big fantasy football free agent pickup was the San Diego Chargers wide receiver who has five touchdown through two games. The problem that you have here is that Royal is now the number one receiver, and will face the top corners in the game. Expect his production to drop as the season wears on.