Who should you start and who should you sit in Week 3? Here's Jared's weekly breakdown.I was as happy as a pig in mud with my Mike Wallace bounce-back call last for Week 2, but disappointed with my efforts on sitting the Seattle Seahawks defence. But you can’t win them all, you can only try your best. As always you will find my list of this weeks starts, sits and sleepers listed below. - Starts Minnesota Vikings (D/ST) are my defence/special teams crush for Week 3. Not only are they up against the hapless Cleveland Browns, but they get the Browns third string Quarterback Brian Hoyer and a Trent Richardson(less) backfield. Could you ask for a better matchup? I think not. On top of this you have the very talented rookie Cordarrelle Patterson returning kicks and looking like he can score on every return. Andre Roberts (WR - Arizona Cardinals) should put up some large numbers this week with Larry Fitzgerald potentially out or at least limited. There is also a good chance the Cardinals will be playing from behind and thus airing it out often giving Roberts even more opportunities. I would expect his receptions and yards to reflect his Week 1 rather than Week 2 results. Joique Bell (RB - Detroit Lions) has a great opportunity to run up some yardage against a terrible Redskins rushing defence who has allowed a league high 351 yards against them over the first two weeks. Reggie Bush is being rumoured to start but I think Bell is a starter even if Bush does suit up. My lowest expectation is 10 touches 50 yards and a touchdown, but if Bush does not play expect a 100 yard rushing game from the former Wayne State player. Sits Cecil Shorts (WR - Jacksonville Jaguars) over the first two weeks has been a nice fantasy WR3 starter but in a Week 3 matchup against the much feared Seattle Seahawks he is a must bench. Shorts will likely see tight coverage from corner Richard Sherman one of the leagues best so it’s best to sit the receiver in what will likely be a very one sided game. Trent Richardson (RB - Indianapolis Colts) should be benched from fantasy lineups this week as surely he will see very little carries only having been with the team a few days. Going forward he will be a great start but this week the Colts vs a San Francisco 49ers team who will no doubt be out for revenge after last week's dismal effort. Emmanuel Sanders (WR - Pittsburgh Steelers) against the pro bowl corners of the Chicago Bears is not a pretty match up. I had Jerome Simpson in this same spot last week and he came out of the game with only two receptions. While Sanders has a better Quarterback in Roethlisberger I just don’t think he is good enough to pull our large numbers. The risk is too great so best to sit him unless you're desperate for a WR3. Sleepers Jake Locker (QB - Tennessee Titans) has a fantastic matchup this week against the San Diego Chargers who lead the league in passing yards allowed. While Locker is not generally given the opportunity to throw often I think this week he will be able to open up a little more and could put up bold numbers of 250-300 yards and two touchdowns. Nate Burleson (WR - Detroit Lions) is on an offence heavy team with a Quarterback in Matthew Stafford who loves to air it out. Burleson has been given better than average opportunities in the first two weeks totaling 13 catches for 123 yards. I believe that this weeks game against the Washington Redskins will turn into a high scoring affair and he will benefit mightily from the double coverage of star receiver Calvin Johnson. - Who are you staring or sitting this season? Or who do you think might surprise as a sleeper this week? Let us know in the comments!