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Packers fantasy report: Week Three

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By William Del Pilar

Here's a look at the Packers' top fantasy football options for Sunday's game against the Bears:

RB James Starks is running impressively with 6.8 yards per carry and outplaying Ryan Grant. Starks is also seeing the rock more with 26 utilizations to 19 for Grant. … Hold on to Grant, he's running at 4.3 yards per clip, Starks is just outplaying him. Grant still will see the ball, and if Starks goes down you have your starter.

FB John Kuhn is the fantasy player who, when you start him gets a goose egg, but when he's on your bench he scores touchdowns. Two games, two touchdowns, do you dare start him? He's an injury fill-in.

In WR Jordy Nelson's last eight games, including the playoffs, he is averaging 76.3 receiving yards and 0.6 TDs. He has the full trust of QB Aaron Rodgers.

His last two games against the Bears, TE Jermichael Finley is averaging eight targets for 7-93-0. The Bears allow 6-76-0 per game to tight ends, making this a potential breakout game for him.

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