Fantasy trends to buy or sell for all 32 teams

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NFL Nation reporters choose a player from each team and assess whether they're buying or selling his fantasy value headed into Week 3.

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Dallas Cowboys

Buy: Tight end Jason Witten

Witten has 17 catches for 156 yards and two touchdowns so far. It's the first time he has started a season with touchdown catches in each of the first two games. He remains reliable and efficient. With Patrick Peterson expected to shadow Dez Bryant this week, Witten should be a big part of the plan. If there is one thing Dak Prescott has shown, it's that he won't force the ball unnecessarily. Witten wins early enough on his routes to give him completions, and he has been targeted more in the red zone so far this season than in the past. -- Todd Archer

New York Giants

Sell: Wide receiver Brandon Marshall

Really, you want to sell anyone on the Giants' offense not named Odell Beckham Jr. Their offense is a mess and it's clear Marshall and quarterback Eli Manning aren't on the same page. Until they show signs of life, stay away -- very far away. Marshall has as many drops (two) as catches in his first two games as a Giant. -- Jordan Raanan

Philadelphia Eagles

Buy: Tight end Zach Ertz

Ertz had five catches for 97 yards in a loss to the Chiefs. Granted, his 53-yard reception was a fluke play, the ball bouncing off a Kansas City defender before he snagged it, but Ertz has been targeted 18 times so far by Carson Wentz and ranks third in the NFL in receiving yards (190) through two weeks. Expect Wentz to continue to look his way. -- Tim McManus