Week 4 Fantasy Football Starts/Sits
Week 3 was one of those weeks where if you had studs, you stayed on top. The Guru went 3-2 again for the week. How are you performing in the season? Here is the lineup to get you set for week 4.
Deshaun Watson – Watson has brought new life to the Texans offense. Titans have allowed 7 TDs to opposing QBs. Start Watson with confidence.
Chris Carson – Thomas Rawls is battling injuries and the dog house. Carson is running way to a starting role. Also, he has a good matchup against the Colts.
Allen Hurns – The Jags are thus far the surprise of the season. Their defense is legit and they will go as Bortles goes. He goes high this week to Hurns.
Kyle Rudolph – Rudolph is a must-start. The Lions are being decimated by the TE. Especially on the road.
Brandon McManus – Classic AFC West showdown against the Raiders. This should see McManus getting ample opportunity to put the ball in the air.
Defense Cincinnati Bengals – Yes, I know they are 0-3. However, they put up 14 pts last week and opposing defenses are averaging 13 pts against the Browns.
Joe Flacco – Flacco has not been good to start 2017. A division matchup against the Steelers is not a great matchup in week 4 either.
Marshawn Lynch – Lynch was shut down in week 3. Raiders face an even better defense in week 4.
Brandon Marshall – Giants offense is bad. Also, the Bucs will bounce back with a better defensive performance.
Jordan Reed – Reed may be a game-time decision come Monday Night. However, injury history concerns me. Sit Jordan Reed.
Younghoe Koo – I do not look for the Chargers to do much. Not a lot of scoring from them this week.
– The Dolphins had problems with the Jets last week. The Saints are a better offense. I am staying away from the ‘Phins.
I hope that you have had successes in the first 3 weeks. Also, remember champions are not drafted they are created through the wire. I wish you good luck in week 4.
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