Who to start and who to sit? That’s the question that plagues everyone who plays fantasy football on a weekly basis? It’s the question that leaves players anguishing in tears and second-guessing. Okay, maybe that’s a little dramatic but there’s some truth to it.

Honestly, it’s the one question you need to answer right in order to do well in this crazy game of fantasy. Will you get it right all the time? No, because football will surprise, especially if you buy into the adage: On any given Sunday, any team can beat any other team. But relax, we’re here to help you work through those decisions with as much information as you need to be confident in a decision you can stand by.

Here are the Week 3 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Sit.

Wide receivers are becoming the root of any successful fantasy teams. Many formats are finding ways to get more starting spots for receivers, where it’s not just WR1 and WR2 with a flex. We’re seeing deep bench leagues out there that have as many five or six starting receiver positions, which forces players to build their teams differently.

Points per reception (PPR) has become more of the norm. Some receivers have a nose for the end zone, others do not. The position can be subdivided into elite receivers who can do it all, high target/reception slot receivers, some can rush the ball and some who return kicks. Regardless of where your receivers get categorized, the bottom line is, can they beat their coverage? Here are a few that do NOT match up well.

Laviska Shenault Jr. / D.J. Chark, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals defense is a scarier bunch up front, than in the back, but we’re discouraged by Shenault and Chark’s production thus far. Marvin Jones has had a much higher floor as a veteran who can run any route and is dependable.

Meanwhile, Chenault and Chark, who should be at least fantasy WR2s have already frustrated their owners in Week 2, and in an instant can be silenced. A lot of their production will come in the second half of games, when the outcome is out of reach, but whereas Jones is an easy flex recommendation, the boom or bust nature of Chark and Chenault is a gamble with bad odds.