Peyton Manning stands out, while Browns surprise fans.

Brett Creamer and Brett Creamer

Week 3 of the National Football League had many Fantasy Football standouts. While players continue to put up big stats, their teams continue to struggle in the win and loss columns.

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos continued to succeed this season with a 37-21 Monday Night Football win over the Oakland Raiders. Manning only had five incompletions the entire night.

In the first half Manning had 15 straight completions. Manning on the season now has 12 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, and 1,143 yards leading the NFL.

While Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide out Antonio Brown both had big statistical nights, the Steelers couldn’t pull it out against the Chicago Bears. Roethlisberger threw for over 400 yards and two touchdowns.

Brown led week 3 receivers in receiving yards with 196 yards, and also caught both scores from Big Ben including a back of the end zone diving catch to get his team back into the game.

Demarco Murray had a performance reminiscent of his 2011 game against the Saint Louis Rams where he ran for 253 yards and a score. Facing off for the first time since 2011 against the Rams, Murray ran for 175 yards and a touchdown leading the Cowboys to victory.

Murray now falls behind DeAngelo Williams, Doug Martin, and LeSean McCoy who leads the league with 395 rushing yards.

The Cleveland Browns had two fantasy standouts this weekend in a dogfight victory against the Minnesota Vikings.

Josh Gordon, who served a two game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance policy, fit right into the Browns offense this weekend. Gordon grabbed 10 balls for 146 yards and a score. Browns tight end, Jordan Cameron caught three touchdowns, including the game winner from Brian Hoyer.

Hoyer led the Browns 55 yards on 11 plays for the game-winning score. Hoyer threw for 321 yards and three scores. Cameron can now make a legitimate case for the league’s best tight end, tied with New Orleans Saints Jimmy Graham in touchdowns with four, and second in receiving yards, behind Graham with 269. Graham leads all tight ends with 358 receiving yards.