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Part 1 right here: New England Patriots (-15. 5) at Washington Redskins Patriots ATS: 2-2-0 Redskins ATS: 1-3-0 Projected Team Totals: Patriots 28. 75 Redskins 13. 25 Patriots Opp (WAS) Pass DVOA: #29 Opp (WAS) Run DVOA: #17 Injuries to Watch DEF (WAS): None Injuries to Watch OFF (NE): RB Rex Burkhead (out) Key WR/CB matchups: Josh Gordon vs. Josh Norman, Norman doesn’t follow to slot (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Julian Edelman (21%), James White (20%), Josh Gordon (18%), Phillip Dorsett (15%), Rex Burkhead (12%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Sony Michel (45%, 17, 0) James White (54%, 9, 10) QB/WR/TE Breakdown The Patriots encountered their first challenge of 2019, but came out on top against the Bills. Tom Brady (upgrade) had one of the worst statistical games of his career, but gets a much better matchup this week against the Redskins barely there pass defense. He can be treated as a top-10 QB1 this week, although his ceiling may be limited if the Redskins are unable to keep the game even mildly competitive. Julian Edelman (upgrade) is on track to play again this week, and owners should put last week’s dud in the rear view mirror. Edelman has a solid target share, and is an excellent WR2 in PPR leagues, with only a mild downgrade in standard leagues. Josh Gordon (downgrade PPR) hasn’t lived up to the billing yet this year, and gets a somewhat challenging shadow matchup against Josh Norman. He is certainly capable of burning Norman for a big play or two, but the Patriots may not need a high passing volume to win this week. He is a boom-bust WR3, especially in PPR leagues because of his lower target share. Phillip Dorsett (upgrade) is in a great spot as a streamer or DFS play, as he will likely avoid Norman, and could easily break free for a long TD against the Redskins poorly graded coverage safeties (PFF). Consider him a WR3/4 with excellent upside this week. Benjamin Watson (stash) returns this week after a 4 game suspension, and there’s a chance he becomes a relevant TE this year in fantasy. It's impossible to project his role at this point, making him a low floor start this week, but is worth stashing for owners desperate at the position. RB Breakdown The Patriots weren’t able to get much going on offense last week, and the run game was no exception. Sony Michel (upgrade standard) only managed 63 scoreless yards, and wasn’t targeted. His lack of involvement in the passing game keeps his floor extremely low, and makes him almost unusable in PPR leagues. However, the likely positive game-flow in this one gives him an excellent chance to punch in a rushing TD and get a solid volume of carries. He’s a low-end RB2 in standard, and a RB3/flex in PPR leagues. James White (downgrade) returned to his usual role last week, rushing only once but catching multiple passes and playing over 50% of the snaps. White will need to make a big play in the pass game or convert a red zone catch into a TD to be useful this week, and his volume will likely take a hit if the Patriots take a huge first half lead. He’s a decent flex in PPR leagues, but is a risky start in standard leagues. Rex Burkhead is out this week. Redskins Opp (NE) Pass DVOA: #1 Opp (NE) Run DVOA: #2 Injuries to Watch DEF (NE): S Patrick Chung (Q), LB Dont’a Hightower (Q) Injuries to Watch OFF (WAS): WR Terry McLaurin (Q) Key WR/CB matchups: Terry McLaurin vs. Stephon Gilmore (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Terry McLaurin (19%), Chris Thompson (18%), Paul Richardson (16%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Adrian Peterson (39%, 11, 0) Chris Thompson (53%, 8, 5) QB/WR/TE Breakdown The Redskins continue to look directionless, both on the field and as a franchise. It will likely get even worse this week against arguably the best defense in the league this year. Colt McCoy (just don’t) has been volunteered as tribute this week, and will get the start over Dwane Haskins (investment protection) and Case Keenum (injury). McCoy has over performed expectations before, but it would be a miracle if he’s able to make it out of this game with fewer than 3 turnovers. Terry McLaurin (downgrade) is questionable to play this week, and even if he does suit up, he gets rewarded with a matchup against Happy Gilmore’s Island. He can’t be trusted in lineups as more than a WR4, despite his status as the clear #1 in the offense. His best hope would be to pile up yardage in garbage time, but considering he may not even play, there’s really no reason for WAS to risk their young star’s health in a blowout. All options in this passing game should be avoided, unless McLaurin is cleared of injury and an owner is in a desperate spot. RB Breakdown Washington’s offensive line is in a fierce competition for worst in the league, and the absence of All-Pro Trent Williams continues to be a huge problem. Adrian Peterson (downgrade) hasn’t been able to put together a good rushing performance this year, and is almost guaranteed to get phased out this week due to game-flow. Avoid him at all costs, especially in any PPR format. Chris Thompson (upgrade PPR) will be needed more than ever this week, especially if McLaurin is ruled out. He is the only player on the Redskins that has a reasonable case to be started, and should probably be reserved for PPR leagues. He’s the best bet to lead the Redskins in receiving this week and makes for a decent flex. Score Prediction: Patriots 27, Redskins 14 Baltimore Ravens (-3. 5) at Pittsburgh Steelers Ravens ATS: 1-3-0 Steelers ATS: 2-2-0 Projected Team Totals: Ravens 24 Steelers 20. 5 Ravens Opp (PIT) Pass DVOA: #19 Opp (PIT) Run DVOA: #20 Injuries to Watch DEF (PIT): None Injuries to Watch OFF (BAL): None Key WR/CB matchups: None. Steelers secondary improved with Minkah Fitzpatrick addition (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Marquise Brown (24%), Mark Andrews (23%), Willie Snead (8%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Mark Ingram (46%, 13, 1) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Even with Cleveland’s top-2 CBs out last week, Lamar Jackson was unable to jumpstart a suddenly struggling Ravens passing game. Jackson’s rushing upside keeps his weekly floor and ceiling extremely high, so he remains a weekly elite QB1. Marquise Brown (downgrade PPR) has racked up insanely high air yardage totals this season, but has been equally inefficient with potential yards. Some of this is due to Jackson’s inaccuracy the past two weeks, but some can also be chalked up to rookie inconsistencies and the fact that Brown’s usage has yet to expand beyond lower percentage throws. Brown can blow up on any given week, and has a potentially exploitable matchup against Joe Haden, but the Steelers defense has been much improved against the pass since adding Minkah Fitzpatrick. Consider Brown an upside WR2/3 this week, with a downgrade in PPR leagues in this run first offense. Mark Andrews (upgrade) has been taken off the injury report, and is due for a big game. The Steelers have been middle of the pack against TEs, but Andrews involvement in the red zone and overall volume make him a top 6 TE again this week. No other Baltimore pass catchers have the volume to be trusted in lineups. RB Breakdown The Ravens haven’t given Mark Ingram (upgrade) workhorse level volume this year, but he has made the most of his touches. The Steelers aren’t elite against the run, and will get plenty of opportunities to rack up the points in likely positive game flow. Somewhat surprisingly, Ingram has been elite in both of his road games, and has put up duds at home both weeks. It’s a small sample size, but perhaps the trend is partly due to the Ravens added commitment to the run when in hostile territory. On the road again this week, and with the Ravens Vegas line favorites, consider him a low-end RB1 with a high floor due to his all around usage (red zone and pass game). Gus Edwards appears to be the primary handcuff to Ingram because of his early down usage, but if Ingram were to get injured, Justice Hill would likely get a bigger role as well. Neither is useful outside of extremely deep leagues at this point. Steelers Opp (BAL) Pass DVOA: #25 Opp (BAL) Run DVOA: #28 Injuries to Watch DEF (BAL): CB Jimmy Smith (out), DT Brandon Williams (Q) Injuries to Watch OFF (PIT): WR Juju Smith Schuster (Q), TE Vance McDonald (Q) Key WR/CB matchups: None (Rotoworld), Ravens secondary banged up Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Juju Smith-Schuster (19%), Dionte Johnson (15%), James Conner (14%), Vance McDonald (12%), Jaylen Samuels (10%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: James Conner (68%, 18, 8) Jaylen Samuels (26%, 18, 8) QB/WR/TE Breakdown The post Big Ben era has gotten off to a rocky start, and the Steelers have yet to take the training wheels off of Mason Rudolph (downgrade). His incredibly low average depth of target is holding back every WR and TE option in this offense for the time being, including last year’s breakout star Juju Smith-Schuster. The lack of downfield passing has hurt him the past few weeks, and with the Steelers running all kinds of gimmicky formations to limit Rudolph’s exposure, it’s hard to project a significant increase in volume coming soon. However, this week’s matchup against a banged up Baltimore secondary and explosive offense may be just the script that Juju needs to produce. Consider him a low-end WR2 this week, albeit with upside if the Steelers get down big and are forced to throw. Dionte Johnson has scored a TD in back to back weeks, but both have been on somewhat fluky plays. His low target share in an offense that is taking very few shots downfield keeps him in the dart throw WR4 area. Vance McDonald is questionable to play after missing last week, and his backup Nick Vannett is not a fantasy option. If McDonald does play, he would be on the TE1/2 borderline but should get a decent target share of short to intermediate throws. Ideally, all options in this passing game should be avoided, but Juju will likely need to be in lineups considering where owners drafted him. With his talent, it only takes one play for him to payoff. RB Breakdown The Steelers game plan last week to beat the hapless Bengals was to basically have their QB do as little as possible. They lined up James Conner (upgrade) and Jaylen Samuels (stash) in the backfield together at times, and even had Samuels throw a few short pop passes to Conner on motion plays. Conner’s carry volume in the positive game script was not as high as owners would like, but his involvement in the passing game should translate to this week’s likely negative game-flow matchup against the Ravens. If the Ravens are without nose tackle Brandon Wililams this week, it would be a further upgrade to his matchup. Conner has been removed from the injury report after a full practice on Thursday, so all systems are go for him to be fired up as a solid RB2, especially in PPR leagues. Samuels is a tough start with Conner fully healthy, but he could still get 10-15 touches. Consider him a low-end flex, worth starting in deep PPR leagues potentially, but keep him stashed in all leagues. Score Prediction: Ravens 28, Steelers 17 Chicago Bears (-5. 5) at Oakland Raiders Bears ATS: 2-2-0 Raiders ATS: 2-2-0 Projected Team Totals: Bears 23 Raiders 17. 5 Bears Opp (OAK) Pass DVOA: #27 Opp (OAK) Run DVOA: #9 Injuries to Watch DEF (OAK): DE Clelin Ferrel (Q), Vontaze Burfict (out for year) Injuries to Watch OFF (CHI): WR Taylor Gabriel (out) Key WR/CB matchups: None (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Allen Robinson (25%), Tarik Cohen (18%), Trey Burton (12%), David Montgomery (9%). RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: David Montgomery (69%, 24, 5 Tarik Cohen (39%, 7, 5) QB/WR/TE Breakdown The question hanging over the Bears right now is whether Mitchell Trubisky’s (out, shoulder) injury actually makes this offense better in the short term. Chase Daniel has been confirmed as the Week 5 starter after playing most of last week’s game in relief of an injured Trubisky, and was able to acquit himself decently well. He is not a fantasy option outside of deep 2 QB leagues because of this offense’s overall lack of production, but he should keep the main weapons viable and possibly even be a slight upgrade. Allen Robinson (upgrade PPR) got 23% of Daniel’s Week 4 targets, and should be given a slight upgrade considering the poor play and lack of depth in the Oakland secondary. Consider him on the WR2/3 borderline. Taylor Gabriel is out again this week due to his Week 3 concussion, so Anthony Miller may get a few more targets than usual. Considering he only saw 2 targets from Daniel last week, it’s tough to put him anywhere higher than a WR4/5 dart throw, especially in this low volume offense. Trey Burton (upgrade PPR) did get 4 targets from Daniels, and appears back to full health. The Raiders have given up the 5th most FPPG to opposing TEs, so this could be a week he racks up 5+ catches for 50+ yards. He’s more of a high-end TE2 due to the uncertainty of targets, but makes for a somewhat appealing streamer for those looking for a decently high floor that are ok with a low ceiling. RB Breakdown The shift to a full workload for David Montgomery (upgrade) continued last week, as he received 21 carries and caught 3 passes. His efficiency has been continually poor this year, but it’s not clear if that is due to his vision and burst, or more to poor offensive line play. Although the Raiders have been stout against the run, the absence of Vontaze Burfict (longest suspension for on-field actions in NFL history) is a slight downgrade to their rush defense. The Bears’ defense should put Montgomery in position to work with a short field and neutral or positive game-script for much of the day, so he could be coming for somewhat of a breakout week. Consider him a RB2 with a solid floor (due to receiving work), that could hit the endzone at least once if the Bears get a lead. Tarik Cohen (downgrade) surprisingly was faded out of the game plan almost entirely last week, getting only one carry turning his 5 targets into three catches for 7 yards. He was able to get into the endzone on one of his catches, but aside from that was very quiet. Cohen is a roll of the dice flex in PPR leagues, but this doesn’t project as a week the Bears will be working from behind so he’s generally less appealing, especially in non-PPR leagues. Raiders Opp (CHI) Pass DVOA: #6 Opp (CHI) Run DVOA: #3 Injuries to Watch DEF (CHI): DT Akiem Hicks (Q) Injuries to Watch OFF (OAK): WR Tyrell Williams (Q), OL Richie Incognito (Q), WR J. J. Nelson (Q) Key WR/CB matchups: None, Bears lock down opposing WRs (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Darren Waller (29%), Tyrell Williams (19%), J. Nelson (15%), Josh Jacobs (4%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Josh Jacobs (54%, 19, 2) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Similar to last year, the Raiders got off to a great start by winning Week 1 and have since faded massively. Derek Carr (downgrade) has been his normal dink and dunk self, and isn’t taking enough shots downfield to bring any kind of fantasy relevance. This week’s matchup against the Bears dominating defense makes him unusable even in 2 QB leagues. Tyrell Williams (downgrade) is questionable to play, and even if he suits up makes for more of a WR4 considering the potency of the Bears secondary. Darren Waller (upgrade PPR) is likely the only member of the Raiders offense that owners can start somewhat confidently, as he has caught 6+ passes in every game this year. The Bears are only middle of the road against opposing TEs, and given the pressure Carr will face all game long, Waller will see at least 6-8 targets. He is a must start mid-level TE1 because of his high floor in PPR formats, but can be benched in standard formats if owners have an alternative TE1 option with a better matchup. RB Breakdown Despite Jon Gruden’s continued insistence that the Raiders want to involve Josh Jacobs (downgrade) more in the passing game, it has yet to really materialize. He hasn’t gone over 2 targets in a game yet this year, and his snap%’s have hovered around 50% the past three weeks. The Chicago front seven has been truly elite against the run, and considering the Raiders have one of the lower implied point totals on the week, he is a poor bet for a TD. His lack of pass game involvement also lowers his floor, which means he has to be viewed as more RB3 than RB2 in this incredibly tough matchup. Owners may have no choice but to start him, but do so knowing full well that the outlook is not very promising. Jalen Richard and Deandre Washington are far off the fantasy radar, and neither makes for a great handcuff. Score Prediction: Bears 21, Raiders 13 Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers (-6. 5) Broncos ATS: 1-3-0 Chargers ATS: 1-2-1 Projected Team Totals: Broncos 19 Chargers 25. 5 Broncos Opp (LAC) Pass DVOA: #30 Opp (LAC) Run DVOA: #21 Injuries to Watch DEF (LAC): DE Melvin Ingram, S Nasir Adderley, LB Thomas Davis Injuries to Watch OFF (DEN): T Ja’Wuan James Key WR/CB matchups: Cpurtland Sutton vs. Casey Hayward (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Emmanuel Sanders (23%), Courtland Sutton (21%), Phillip Lindsay (13%), Royce Freeman (13%), DaeSean Hamilton (13%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Royce Freeman (58%, 10, 6), Phillip Lindsay (42%, 10, 1) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Sitting at 0-4, the Broncos are essentially out of playoff contention - the 1992 Chargers are the only team to make the postseason after starting winless through four weeks since the NFL expanded the playoffs in 1990 (). Joe Flacco put up a respectable 303 yards passing and tossed 3 scores, but avoid him in fantasy. This lead to Emmanuel Sanders (upgrade PPR) and Courtland Sutton (downgrade) both having great days in the losing effort. Really, this Broncos team isn’t as bad as their record would indicate, they’ve given up two game winning field goals at home in the final seconds, truly heartbreaking, but such is life in the weekly grind of the NFL. Look for both Sanders and Sutton to remain WR2’s moving forward, but the matchup for Sutton this week is one that should be avoided if possible. He’s going up against Chargers stud CB Casey Hayward, a matchup that Hayward has dominated in the past (Rotoworld). The Chargers PASS DVOA numbers don’t reflect the secondary we expected, but seeing as they’ve been hit with the injury apocalypse to start the season, it makes sense. Outside of the safety position (the Chargers have lost multiple safeties for the season), the Bolts look to be getting healthy in the secondary, and this looks like a spot to avoid the Denver passing game if possible. Noah Fant caught his first touchdown last week and the Chargers give up 9. 4 FPPG to tight ends; so he’s on the streaming radar as a TE2. RB Breakdown Phillip Lindsay (upgrade) and Royce Freeman (upgrade) continue to split work evenly, but not in the way some would expect. Rather than each having a clear role in a facet of the game (running/passing), they are operating as the clear lead back while in the game and rotating in shifts. This has lead to unpredictable production from both and it’s impossible to predict which one will be on the field when Denver puts together a drive. Both should be considered low-end RB2’s this week - the Bolts are giving up 17. 1 FPPG to running backs and have not been strong against the run this year. Chargers Opp (DEN) Pass DVOA: #28 Opp (DEN) Run DVOA: #26 Injuries to Watch DEF (DEN): DB Kareem Jackson (expected to play), ILB Josey Jewell Injuries to Watch OFF (LAC): WR Dontrell Inman (IR), WR Travis Benjamin, WR Mike Williams (expected to play) Key WR/CB matchups: Keenan Allen vs. Chris Harris Jr. (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Keenan Allen (32%), Austin Ekeler (17%), Mike Williams (13%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Austin Ekeler (63%, 23, 5), Troymaine Pope (37%, 12, 2) QB/WR/TE Breakdown It’s impossible to read into last weeks dismantling of the Dolphins by the Chargers, heck, even Tyrod Taylor got into the game. Philip Rivers is the definition of consistency, throwing between 293 yards and 333 in every game this year. He’s a back-end QB1 and his appeal is in the high floor, not the low ceiling. The Bolts receiving corps has also been hit by the injury Armageddon; Dontrell Inman was placed on the IR with a quad injury suffered last week, and both Mike Williams and Travis Benjamin are dealing with respective ailments. Keenan Allen should continue to soak up massive amounts of targets, but his date with CB Chris Harris Jr. is not desirable. The volume should at least guarantee a high floor and Allen remains a WR1. Mike Williams looks to be ready to return this week, and could see a large piece of the target share pie if fully healthy - he’s a WR3 with upside, we just don’t know what his role in the passing game will be or if he’ll be limited. The absence of any red zone threat tight end makes Williams even more appealing - the Bolts are also dealing with a myriad of injuries at tight end. Lance Kendricks was the only healthy tight end on the roster at the end of Sunday’s game against the Fin’s (), and he wasn’t a Charger two weeks ago. RB Breakdown Melvin Gordon is back. Or is he? Turns out he wasn’t needed after all Sunday and he didn’t even see one snap. Sounds like he’s going to be eased back into gameshape, but can we really believe coach speak at this point… Austin Ekeler (upgrade) will still be extremely involved, if not as a running back, but as a wideout. Consider both RB2s, but give the edge to Ekeler - we know for sure that he’ll see consistent volume. Score Prediction: Broncos 21, Chargers 20 Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys (-3. 5) Packers ATS: 3-1-0 Cowboys ATS: 3-1-0 Projected Team Totals: Packers 21. 75 Cowboys 25. 25 Packers Opp (DAL) Pass DVOA: #14 Opp (DAL) Run DVOA: #14 Injuries to Watch DEF (DAL): DT Antwaun Woods (questionable), DT Tyrone Crawford (questionable) Injuries to Watch OFF (GB): WR Devante Adams (out), RB Jamaal Williams (out) Key WR/CB matchups: None Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Davante Adams (25%), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (19%), Aaron Jones (10%), Jimmy Graham (11%) Geronimo Allison (9%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Aaron Jones (99%, 19, 7), Jamaal Williams - left game INJ (1%, 1, 1) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Devante Adams (out-toe) was given the doubtful tag for the matchup against Dallas early in the week after leaving TNF, throwing doubt on his availability in the short term moving forward. His absence leaves 25% of Aaron Rodgers targets up for grabs and the likely bet is that Geronimo Allison (upgrade) and Jimmy Graham (upgrade) will assume larger roles this week. Marquez Valdez-Scantling also receives a small upgrade and is the preferred play of the wideouts, but he is already assuming 19% of the target share. Dallas’ defense, although ranking right in the middle in terms of DVOA, is only giving up 12. 6 FPPG to quarterbacks and 17. 4 FPPG to wideouts so far, top-5 in the NFL. The real issue for Rodgers and his pass catchers is the amount of opportunity they’ll see - Dallas ranks 20th in pace of play (footballoutsiders) and will look to limit Packer possessions by establishing the run. Rodgers is a back-end QB1, but keep expectations tempered considering the tough road matchup without his number one target. MVS can be treated as a solid WR2 this week, while Allison is a feast-or-famine WR3. Jimmy draws the best matchup on paper and appears to be fully healthy after seeing 71% of snaps in Week 4 with 9 targets. After Adams left with his injury, Graham was targeted three times in a row () showing that he may become the primary target sans the star receiver. His floor is still scary low, but he’s a low-end TE1 in a good matchup this week. RB Breakdown Jamaal Williams (out) remains out after taking a huge hit against the Eagles last week. Aaron Jones (upgrade PPR) assumed an every down role after Williams left, but only managed 21 yards on 13 carries against the Eagles menacing front 7, salvaging his fantasy line by finding pay dirt. The matchup against the Cowboys doesn’t get any easier as they are only giving up 14. 8 FPPG to running backs. The encouraging takeaway from the week before was that Jones was heavily involved in the passing game, receiving 7 targets. If the every down role continues in Williams’ absence along with the passing game usage, Jones will establish a higher weekly floor for owners and become game-script proof. Treat him as a high-end RB2 this week. Cowboys Opp (GB) Pass DVOA: #5 Opp (GB) Run DVOA: #27 Injuries to Watch DEF (GB): CB Kevin King (doubtful), LB Oren Burks (questionable), LB Kyler Fackrell (doubtful), DL Montravius Adams (questionable) Injuries to Watch OFF (DAL): OT Tyron Smith (out), OT La’el Collins (questionable), WR Michael Gallup (expected to play) Key WR/CB matchups: Amari Cooper vs. Jaire Alexander (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Michael Gallup (24%), Amari Cooper (23%), Randall Cobb (17%), Jason Witten (13%), Ezekiel Elliot (11%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Ezekiel Elliot (96%, 24, 7), Tony Pollard (4%, 0, 0) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Dak Prescott has become a top-3 fantasy quarterback seemingly overnight playing for a new contract. The Packers tough secondary may be his toughest test yet, but he gets emerging receiver Michael Gallup back, and Green Bay may be without CB Kevin King (upgraded to questionable today) who graded out as their best corner in Week 4 (PFF). Prescott is a QB1 per usual, but the Cowboys may look to run the ball against a weak run defense (27. 6 FPPG to running backs), just like the Eagles did the week before - limiting Prescott’s upside. Interestingly, in Week 4, emerging Green Bay stud CB Jaire Alexander did not shadow Alshon Jeffery as expected, and it remains to be seen if that was due to Alshon being a slower, big body receiver (Rotoworld), or if the Packers are choosing not to deploy him in shadow coverage. Amari Cooper (downgrade) is expected to draw Alexander in coverage, but even if he doesn’t, Kevin King slowed down Alshon to a 3-38-1 line. The matchup and gameplan should work against the Cowboys passing game this week, plus their starting LT is expected to be out. Michael Gallup is a feast-or-famine WR4 in a bad matchup, owners should wait and see that he’s healthy before deploying him. Devin Smith will be relegated to a role player with the return of Gallup and isn’t an option. Jason Witten continues to turn back the clock, receiving 4 targets every week as Dallas continues to feed him the rock. He’s emerging as a low-end TE1, albeit one without much upside. RB Breakdown Ezekiel Elliot is top running back option and this week is no different. The blueprint that the Eagles established to beat the Packers last week will likely be replicated by the Cowboys, setting Zeke up to eat. Tony Pollard is no more than a handcuff. Score Prediction: Packers 20, Cowboys 17 Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs (-11) Colts ATS: 2-1-0 Chiefs ATS: 3-1-0 Projected Team Totals: Colts 22. 75 Chiefs 33. 75 Colts Opp (KC) Pass DVOA: #9 Opp (KC) Run DVOA: #31 Injuries to Watch DEF (KC): LB Dorian O’Daniel (out) Injuries to Watch OFF (IND): WR Parris Campbell (out), T. Y. Hilton (questionable), Marlon Mack (expected to play) Key WR/CB matchups: None Relevant Target Share%’s (season): T. Hilton (27%), Devin Funchess (19%), Eric Ebron (12%), Jack Doyle (12%), Nyheim Hines (12%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Marlon Mack (35%, 11, 0), Nyheim Hines (44%, 9, 6), Jordan Wilkins (21%, 4, 1) QB/WR/TE Breakdown It’s safe to wonder after a home loss to the Raiders if the Colts are a different team without T. Hilton. Regardless, the passing attack is going to need to perform this week likely without Hilton; the Chiefs will score their usual 35 points. Jacoby Brissett while solid so far, wasn’t expected to be an option for 1QB leagues. Surprisingly, through four games he’s got the 9th most points for the position, - and will continue to score points this week as he will need to throw 40+ times to keep up with the potent KC offense - he’s a back-end QB1. T. Hilton is looking extremely iffy to play, and coach Frank Reich has even admitted that the Colts Week 6 bye is factoring into their decision on whether or not to play the star wideout; it looks like Hilton will most likely sit. This game carries easily the highest projected point total of the week and someone will need to catch the ball for Indy. Zach Pascal is coming off of back to back weeks with either 70 yards or a touchdown, his status as a WR3 is completely dependent on Hilton’s health. Deon Cain and Chester Rodgers have also seen similar snap counts and target share in the absence of Hilton, and it’s really anyone’s guess who will produce. Pascal seems like the best bet considering the past few games. Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle also saw a similar amount of targets last week as the wideouts and really, the whole situation should be avoided outside of Brissett if possible. RB Breakdown Marlon Mack was unable to return in the second half against the Raiders with an ankle injury, but is expected to play this week. The Chiefs have been weak against the run, but it may not matter - most weeks Mahomes is able to build a lead so the opposing team has to abandon the run altogether. Consider Mack a game-script dependent RB2 in a good matchup. It’s looking like this could be a Nyheim Hines upgrade PPR) week if there ever was one. He will be on the field when the Colts face negative game-flow and could see an uptick in targets this week. Consider him a back-end flex option that receives an upgrade in full PPR formats. Chiefs Opp (IND) Pass DVOA: #9 Opp (IND) Run DVOA: #32 Injuries to Watch DEF (IND): S Malik Hooker (out), LB Darius Leonard (out), DE Tyquan Lewis (out), S Rolan Milligan (questionable), LB Anthony Walker (questionable), CB Rock Ya-Sin (questionable) Injuries to Watch OFF (KC): WR Tyreek Hill (out), WR Sammy Watkins (questionable), T Eric Fisher (out) Key WR/CB matchups: None Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Sammy Watkins (24%), Travis Kelce (21%), Damien Williams (14%), Demarcus Robinson (13%), Mecole Hardman (11%), Darrell Williams (11%), LeSean McCoy (7%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: LeSean McCoy (45%, 13, 4) Darrell Williams (50%, 11, 4) Darwin Thompson (5%, 0, 0) QB/WR/TE Breakdown The Lions finally gave the Chiefs a game in Week 4, but Patrick Mahomes did P-Mahomey things to win, getting it done with his legs this time. Mahomes is the QB1 regardless of matchup, however, going against a weak run defense and a stingy secondary (although banged up) it would seem like the Chiefs may opt to run the ball a bit not. Mahomes can never be counted out and it doesn’t seem like matchups matter to Andy Ried - Kansas City seems to move the ball however they want to. Tyreek Hill (out) is set to miss another game, but surprisingly (is it? ) Sammy Watkins has popped up on the injury report as questionable. Monitor his status, but if he is unable to go then Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson would both receive a bump in usage. Hardman demonstrated his extremely low floor last week, actually receiving negative fantasy points due to a lost fumble. Both are big play dependent WR3/4’s. Travis Kelce continues his assault on the league, clearing 80 yards in every game so far. He only has one touchdown on the year and that will probably change in a hurry. He’s a good bet for some positive touchdown regression this week, fire him up as the overall TE1. RB Breakdown Damien Williams is set to return after missing the last couple with a knee injury. He’s expected to mix in with LeSean McCoy, bumping Darrell Williams back to the bench and fading Darwin Thompson back into obscurity. It’s anyone's guess who receives the lion's share of touches, but based on Week 1, it seems like McCoy will be deployed as purely a runner while Williams will be the pass-catching back. Both offer immense upside against a defense ranked dead last against the run and hemorrhaging 20. 5 FPPG to running backs. Williams and LeSean should both be considered solid RB2s. Score Prediction: Chiefs 34, Colts 24 Cleveland Browns at San Francisco 49ers (-4) Browns ATS: 2-2-0 49ers ATS: 2-1-0 Projected Team Totals: Browns 21. 25 49ers 25. 25 Browns Opp (SF) Pass DVOA: #2 Opp (SF) Run DVOA: #6 Injuries to Watch DEF (SF): DE Dee Ford (DNP) Injuries to Watch OFF (CLE): WR Jarvis Landry (likely to play), TE David Njoku (out) Key WR/CB matchups: None, Richard Sherman hasn’t shadowed WRs with SF (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): Odell Beckham Jr. (26%), Jarvis Landry (24%), Nick Chubb (14%), David Njoku (10%), Ricky Seals-Jones (7%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 4: Nick Chubb (64%, 23, 4) Dontrell Hilliard (36%, 8, 3) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Week 4 was a welcome sight for Browns’ fans and fantasy owners alike, as the offense came alive in a beatdown of a solid Ravens team on the road. The formula for success was to give Nick Chubb a huge workload, while getting the ball out of Baker Mayfield’s (downgrade) hands on quick routes. Mayfield hasn’t had the time in the pocket to throw for almost any long downfield completions, but his 17 fantasy points last week represented a season high. As long as the O-Line remains a problem his ceiling will be capped in what should be a run and short pass oriented offense going forward. This week’s matchup against a stout Niners passing defense will be a real test not only for the Browns but also to find out if the SF secondary is for real. Mayfield is just outside the QB1 ranks this week, and can be benched for alternative options, but his weapons keep him in the mix for 15+ points again this week. Odell Beckham Jr. (upgrade) only caught two passes for 20 yards last week, while watching his teammate Jarvis Landry (downgrade standard) go off for a season high 167 yards. Beckham is unlikely to face shadow coverage, and should have a solid matchup against Emmanuel Mosley (2018 UDFA). Look for Mayfield to get Beckham rolling this week early and often, and he can be treated as a borderline WR1 based on talent alone. Landry needs volume to reach his ceiling, but does have a great floor in PPR, especially with the need for short passes behind this shoddy line. His projected matchup with SF’s stud slot CB K’waun Williams is a slight concern, so he’s only a WR3 in PPR with a slight downgrade in standard. He has cleared the concussion protocol and practiced in full on Friday, so if you need him, he’ll be good to go on Monday night. RB Breakdown Head Coach Freddie Kitchens said after Week 2 that he “would love to get (Chubb) more touches”, and has managed to make it happen the past two weeks. Nick Chubb (upgrade) ran hard last week into a weak Ravens front seven, and ended with a monster line. The Niners have a better rush DVOA than Baltimore, but Chubb’s volume keeps him in the RB1 slot with ease at this point. We aren’t sure exactly who Kitchens had to ask to get Chubb more touches (Chubb’s parents maybe? ), but we can only hope that the permission slip isn’t rescinded any time soon. Backup Dontrell Hilliard is a weak handcuff with Kareem Hunt due back in a few weeks, so if you must roster one of them make it Hunt. 49ers Opp (CLE) Pass DVOA: #7 Opp (CLE) Run DVOA: #19 Injuries to Watch DEF (CLE): CB Greedy Williams (Q, unlikely to play), CB Denzel Ward (out), S Morgan Burnett (Q, likely to play) Injuries to Watch OFF (SF): RB Tevin Coleman (questionable) Key WR/CB matchups: None (Rotoworld) Relevant Target Share%’s (season): George Kittle (25%), Deebo Samuel (16%), Marquise Goodwin (9%), Tevin Coleman (11%), Matt Breida (6%) RB Snap%/Touches/Targets Week 3: Matt Breida (41%, 16, 3) Raheem Mostert (30%, 12, 1) QB/WR/TE Breakdown Kyle Shanahan is riding high at 3-0 coming off of an early bye week. His offense hasn’t been flawless through three games, but has done enough to keep a few weapons valuable. In the passing game, Jimmy Garappolo (downgrade) continues to struggle with turnovers (3 in Week 3) but makes plays when his weapons are schemed into space properly. His ceiling is extremely low in this run heavy offense, so he isn’t an option except in deep 2 QB leagues. Deebo Samuel has been Jimmy G’s preferred target so far this season, and Samuel’s 16% target share makes him a risky week to week proposition. He’ll take aim at an injured Browns secondary this week, but after watching the backups hold the Rams and Ravens receivers to mostly poor lines the last two weeks, it’s hard to get overly excited about Samuel’s potential. There just isn’t enough volume to sustain multiple fantasy relevant WRs most weeks, and much like the run game, Shanahan tends not to have one WR get a high majority of the work. He’s a WR4 with upside based on his speed. George Kittle is an obvious TE1, and is due for some positive TD regression after barely missing and/or having a few wiped out due to penalty. Expect him to hit soon, and don’t even think about benching him. Dante Pettis has been mostly phased out, so unless you think he’s just on timeout for missing bedtime and will return to a full snap count soon, he’s not a start in any depth of league. RB Breakdown One of the more frustrating backfields to predict this season, the Niners have managed to force fantasy owners to pick up potentially four different running backs this season. That’s kind of rude honestly. Tevin Coleman is tentatively expected to return from injury this week, and will likely get a few early down carries and a sprinkle of targets, but should be stashed not started this week. The Browns are vulnerable to the run, but unless you recently found a new car with no license plates and the keys in the ignition, starting Coleman this week seems unwise. Matt Breida is probably the safest option considering his swiss army like usage and his 41% snap count in a tight Week 3 game keep him in the flex range. Raheem Mostert (stash) is likely relegated to 5-8 touch COP work, and Jeff Wilson should only be owned in leagues that don’t count yardage. Ideally this backfield is one to avoid entirely, but owners in desperate need can roll with Breida and expect something in the range of 7-12 points. Score Prediction: Browns 21, Niners 17.

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