Cut Your Losses: Players to drop, week 3

D.J. Hackett, WR, SEA: High ankle sprains are usually bad news (Michael Turner's recent quick return from one notwithstanding), and this one sounds worse than most. Hackett hasn't done anything to prove that he's worth holding onto for a month or longer. If you're really willing to wait that long for a receiver with upside, check to see if the Bengals' Chris Henry (suspension) is available.

Jerious Norwood, RB, ATL: While he's got enough upside to hang on to in most 12-team leagues, he's a borderline drop in 10-team leagues. He splits carries with Warrick Dunn, and hasn't done enough with the carries he's gotten so far (3.3 YPC) to show he deserves the ball more often.

Rex Grossman, QB, CHI: For those of you hoping he could be Good Rex against bad defenses this season, please allow his mediocre week 2 performance against the Chiefs to serve as proof that Bad Rex can and will rear his ugly head on any given Sunday.

Troy Williamson, WR, MIN: The 7th overall pick in the 2005 draft looked like he might be a late-round sleeper this season heading into week 1, but the anemic Minnesota passing attack makes it hard to justify keeping him on any fantasy roster. He'll probably have a big game or two based on talent alone, but you won't see it coming, and he'll do it on your bench. Same goes for Bobby Wade, by the way.

Desmond Clark, TE, CHI: Rookie TE Greg Olsen will likely make his debut in week 3, and if he's half as good as his buzz, he's twice as good as Clark. Clark's borderline as it is, so this more or less marks the end of his fantasy relevance.

Josh Scobee, K, JAX: You don't want any part of this offense. There are better options on free agency in your league.