2011 Fantasy Football Week 3 Start/Sit: Which Redskins Should Crack Your Lineup?

LANDOVER, MD - SEPTEMBER 18: Quarterback Rex Grossman #8 of the Washington Redskins looks for an open receiver against the Arizona Cardinals in the first quarter at FedExField on September 18, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. The Washington Redskins won, 22-21. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

The Washington Redskins head to Dallas this weekend for a Monday Night, which should give you a good opportunity to pick up some late points if you have any Redskins on your team. But are there any you should avoid playing.

Rex Grossman: The Cowboys don't have a very good defensive secondary and Rex Grossman is batting .500 in good statistical games this season. So he might be worth a gamble if you don't have any other options. But he is by no means a safe bet.

Tim Hightower: Like I always say, the best thing you can ask for from your running back is opportunity. The Redskins have leaned heavily on Hightower throughout the first two weeks, and responded against the Cardinals. I don't think he'll see nay fewer carries against Dallas. He's a solid play.

Santana Moss: He hasn't put up great numbers through two weeks, but he did catch a touchdown against the Cardinals. He has potential to put up a big game, and we all know he has a history against the Cowboys.

Chris Cooley: Went without a catch for the first time since 2004 on Sunday. He is definitely trending down.

Fred Davis: The other side of that coin. He is really emerging as a very solid fantasy option. Definitely worth a play here.

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