Week 3 brought us some suprises and some status quo. This week the bye weeks start. This is when your fantasy teams start to take shape. Let us take a look at who to start/sit in week 4.
Start - Mike Vick. I like his matchup against a struggling Ravens defense. The Steelers are not going to change just because they Vick in at QB. Look for Vick to produce..
Sit - Matt Stafford. Lions offense is struggling. Having to go into Seattle on primetime is recipe for disaster.
Sleeper - Ryan Fitzpatrick. Look for the Jets to be able to do some good things against the Miami defense.
Start - Karlos Williams. No LeSean McCoy. Look for Williams to feast.
Sit - Doug Martin. Carolina defense is no joke. Even without Luke Kuechly.
Sleeper - Melvin Gordon. Look for San Diego to try and establish the run against the Browns to open it up for Philip Rivers.
Start - Ted Ginn Jr. He has a solid matchup against the Bucs defense. He has become the number 1 target for Cam Newton.
Sit - Jeremy Maclin. He may have stoopped the streak in KC but this week will betough for the Kansas City offense.
Sleeper - Leonard Hankerson. He is quietly becoming the number 2 WR in Atlanta. Look for him to have a big game.
Start - Kyle Rudolph. If Minnesota is going to have any success against the Broncos I think it will come with Kyle Rudolph.
Sit - Travis Kelcie. Look for Cincy to try and make KC work outside where they have less success.
Sleeper - Heath Miller. This could be a big help for Vick, especially against the blitz. Look for Vick to eye Miller.
Start - Washington Redskins. Look for the Redskins to bounce back and shut down a weak Eagles offense.
Sit - St Louis Rams. Going up against one of the top 3 offenses in the league. Look for Arizona to control the clock and wear down the Rams defense.
Sleeper - Jacksonville Jaguars. Adrew Luck has struggled in the first 3 weeks. Look for the Jags to pressure and put the Colts into unfavorable situations.
Again, we do not do kickers because they have no weight to me in normal fantasy leagues. Bye weeks are here. Make sure you are focused on your team and not missing players who are off.