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ALERT from RealTime Fantasy Sports

Titans at Steelers

If the postponed game is moved to Monday or Tuesday statistics will count in NFL Week 4. Beyond Tuesday we will have to get the full NFL announcement before we can commit to a plan.

As a result we may have to adjust the start of Week 5 to Wednesday morning. The situation is fluid and we will do our best to adjust schedules as official announcements are made.

If you have Steelers or Titans players, you should have a plan in place if the game is moved to Week 7 and both teams are given a Week 4 bye, as the schedule could be adjusted by the NFL.

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  • Latest Notes from RealTime Fantasy Sports

    Titans at Steelers

    If the postponed game is moved to Monday or Tuesday statistics will count in NFL Week 4. Beyond Tuesday we will have to get the full NFL announcement before we can commit to a plan.

    As a result we may have to adjust the start of week 5 to Wednesday morning. The situation is fluid and we will do our best to adjust schedules as official announcements are made.

    Titans and Vikings

    If the NFL officially postpones Steelers at Titans or Vikings at Texans without shuffling bye weeks, meaning any team has two or more off weeks, due to covid positives or contact tracing, we may do the following for your league:

    • If an extra open Week 4 is added, we will set all individual players on teams involved to injury status "covid". This means your league's covid injured reserve rules will apply. Note that we do offer a covid-only I/R option for private leagues.
    • If an extra open Week 4 is added, we will set the week as "bye week" for all teams involved. This means your league's bye week scoring rules will apply. For most leagues that is a zero. Check your rules your commissioner might use YTD average or previous week.
    • If games are rescheduled by shuffling bye weeks, we will simply update bye weeks in your league. Plan for this, Steelers and Titans might have a Week 4 bye.

    These actions will only be implemented when the NFL makes an official announcement, and not based on projection or speculation. The situation is fluid and will be all season, make plans for your team to have unexpected bye weeks as the NFL is likely to reshuffle the schedule rather than have open weeks.

    Please let us know if you have any questions or comments via email or phone at 636-447-1170.

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  • Player Notes
    Greg Ward Sep 30 2:40pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward took over the passing game in Week 3 and could be a decent option in PPR formats in Week 4 against the San Francisco 49ers. Ward posted eight catches for 72 yards and a touchdown last week, leading the Eagles receivers in all three categories. He was in on 84% of offensive snaps after only seeing 18% the previous week. Ward doesn't have a ton of upside, but he could be a solid high-floor WR4 option in PPR formats.

    From RotoBaller

    D'Andre Swift Sep 30 2:40pm ET

    Detroit Lions running back D'Andre Swift will go up against a Saints Defense that is allowing the 13th fewest fantasy points to opposing runners. The rookie's first few games this season have been games to forget, especially after dropping a game-winning touchdown in Week 1. With the news that veteran Adrian Peterson will have the starting job locked up for the foreseeable future, Swift's fantasy value has really plummeted since training camp. Swift will still see snaps and could make some plays in the passing game but should remain on the fantasy bench until more opportunity opens up.

    From RotoBaller

    Alshon Jeffery Sep 30 2:40pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) is expected to see more and more work in practice this week and could be active for Week 4 if everything goes well. With the Eagles offense struggling and losing players each week, Jeffery could play a prominent role in the passing game as soon as he is able to suit up. Even if he does well in practice, it would be way too risky to start him in fantasy lineups in Week 4, but he is currently available in about 80% of fantasy leagues and should be added as a bench piece by teams with shallow wide receiving depth.

    From RotoBaller

    Matthew Stafford Sep 30 2:30pm ET

    Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will have a fantastic matchup against a highly disappointing Saints Defense in Week 4. The Saints have allowed nine total touchdowns (eight passing, one rushing), 268.7 passing yards a game and at least 20+plus fantasy points to the first three quarterbacks they have faced. Stafford is averaging 270 passing yards a game and looked more lethal in Week 3 thanks to the return of star receiver Kenny Golladay. With the way the Saints defense is playing, Stafford has a chance at posting QB1 fantasy totals in Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Adrian Peterson Sep 30 2:30pm ET

    Detroit Lions running back Adrian Peterson will face one of his former teams when the Lions host the Saints in Week 4. Peterson has been named the lead runner in the backfield for Detroit and is averaging 4.9 yards per carry through 43 touches this season. The veteran will face a Saints Defense, however, that has held star runners like the Raiders Josh Jacobs and the Packers Aaron Jones mostly in check. New Orleans is currently giving up the 13th fewest fantasy points to opposing backs and Peterson will have RB3 value in Week 4 with a ceiling that could be capped by the matchup and the lack of explosiveness from the 35-year-old running back.

    From RotoBaller

    DeSean Jackson Sep 30 2:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson did not practice on Wednesday and is questionable at best for Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. Jackson didn't practice on any of the last two Wednesdays either, but this time he's coming off a hamstring injury that took him out of the game in Week 3. Even if Jackson is healthy, the Eagles offense has been an unmitigated disaster and the only real consistent piece has been running back Miles Sanders. Jackson, if healthy, is a desperation WR4/5 at best.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Jefferson Sep 30 2:20pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson will try and build off his breakout performance last week against the Texans in Week 4. The rookie exploded for seven catches, 175 yards and one touchdown but the Vikings are still looking for their first win. Jefferson and the Vikings will take on a Texans secondary that has been sneaky tough on opposing pass-catchers. Through three games, Houston is allowing the 14th fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers and has not allowed more than 82 yards to an individual receiver thus far. Jefferson will have FLEX appeal in Week 4 but fantasy teams may be wise to stash him on the bench for one more week in an effort to gauge the rookie's consistency.

    From RotoBaller

    Miles Sanders Sep 30 2:20pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders is a strong running back option in fantasy lineups for Week 4. The Eagles offense has been a complete disaster through three games so far this year, but Sanders has played well in the two games he's been in, averaging almost 16 fantasy points per game. He's been the one part of the Eagles offense that has worked, and the team will likely focus on him in both the running and passing game against the San Francisco 49ers. Sanders is a strong RB2 with touchdown upside in Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Adam Thielen Sep 30 2:20pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen will go up against a sneaky tough Texans secondary in Week 4. After a huge Week 1 performance, Thielen has only six catches for 60 yards over his last two games. The veteran will go up against a Texans Defense that is allowing the 14th-fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers through three games. The Vikings are still looking for their first win and will need Thielen to step up if they intend on snapping that streak. Expect Thielen to see plenty of targets in Week 4, but his production could fall short of WR1 status against the Texans.

    From RotoBaller

    Boston Scott Sep 30 2:20pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott is not a starting option in any fantasy format as long as Miles Sanders remains on the field. In Week 3, Scott was only in on 14% of the team's offensive snaps. With the Eagles offense running on fumes at best, Scott is unlikely to make any relevant contributions while remaining the direct backup to Sanders. Scott should still be rostered, as he could have solid value if Sanders were to go down, but Scott can't be started unless that happens.

    From RotoBaller

    Carson Wentz Sep 30 2:10pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is approaching unstartable status in most fantasy formats and should definitely not be starting in standard formats in Week 4. Wentz and the Eagles offense have been a mess this season, with the quarterback throwing three touchdowns and six interceptions while completing just 59.8% of his pass attempts. The Eagles offense was already struggling, and now they've lost one of their key pieces in tight end Dallas Goedert. Even in superflex formats, Wentz is looking like a low-end QB2 against a San Francisco 49ers Defense that pressures opposing quarterbacks.

    From RotoBaller

    Dalvin Cook Sep 30 2:10pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook will have a dynamite matchup one week after posting 181 rushing yards with one touchdown. Cook will go up against a Texans Defense that has been getting gashed by opposing runners, allowing the fourth most fantasy points to the position through the first three games. Houston has allowed at least 140 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown to each team they have played, setting up an opportunity for Cook to have a huge game. Cook will be a no-doubt RB1 in Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Dallas Cowboys Sep 30 2:00pm ET

    The Dallas Cowboys Defense is not a recommended start in Week 4 fantasy lineups. The Cowboys have allowed 35 or more points in back-to-back weeks and seem unable to stop opposing offenses. The Cleveland Browns have shown the ability to score points and it's unlikely that the Cowboys defense will suddenly be able to stop them. There are plenty of fantasy playmakers that will wear Cowboys uniforms in Week 4, the defense might not have any of them.

    From RotoBaller

    Kirk Cousins Sep 30 2:00pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins will try and build off his Week 3 performance against the Texans this Sunday. The season is on the line for the Vikings (0-3) and Cousins is coming off a Week 3 performance that saw him pass for 251 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. He will go up against a Texans Defense that has allowed multiple touchdowns to two of the first three passers they have faced but are currently allowing the 13th fewest fantasy points to the position. With the Texans also searching for their first win, this game could surprise with offensive fireworks. Cousins fantasy value, however, will struggle to ascend to QB1 status for Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Dalton Schultz Sep 30 1:50pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz is a solid high-floor Week 4 fantasy option. Schultz exploded in Week 2 but settled into a more realistic and expected role in Week 3, catching four passes for 48 yards. He's part of the powerful Cowboys passing game and could find the end zone on any red zone play, but he's more of a solid high-floor tight end play than a huge ceiling play. Week 2 will almost certainly be his best performance of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Melvin Gordon Sep 30 1:50pm ET

    Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon III was held in check against a tough Buccaneers Defense in Week 3, but he's in a prime position to bounce back on Thursday night against the Jets and their struggling defense. Gang Green has allowed 344 rushing yards and three scores on the ground through three games while also giving up 20 receptions for 137 yards and another touchdown to opposing running backs. However, Gordon's upside will be limited by the fact that quarterback Brett Rypien will be making his first career start and the fact that Phillip Lindsay (toe) could be making his return from a turf-toe injury. Consider Gordon a usage-based, low-end RB2 for fantasy managers this Thursday night.

    From RotoBaller

    Greg Zuerlein Sep 30 1:50pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein hasn't been perfect this season, but as part of one of the highest-scoring offenses in football, he's absolutely a top-12 fantasy kicker. Zuerlein has missed a field goal and two extra points so far, but he'll continue to see huge kicking volume and should be started in all formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Cedrick Wilson Sep 30 1:40pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cedrick Wilson came out of nowhere to have a huge performance in Week 3. He caught five of his seven targets for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Those seven targets were the first seven balls thrown his way in 2020. It was likely one of those flukey games that happens every season to a team's fourth or fifth wide receiver, and is unlikely to repeat itself in Week 4. Wilson is still behind at least three other Cowboys wide receivers on the depth chart. He was in on 4% of offensive snaps in Week 1 and 5% in Week 2. Even in his huge Week 3, he was only on the field for 29% of the team's offensive snaps. He's a best-ball all-star, but shouldn't be started in standard formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Kansas City Chiefs Sep 30 1:40pm ET

    Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback L'Jarius Sneed (collarbone) broke his collarbone in the Monday night win over the Ravens, according to head coach Andy Reid. The Chiefs didn't give a timetable for Sneed's return. The fourth-round pick started the first three games of the season and was tied for the league lead in interceptions with two. Bashaud Breeland is serving a four-game suspension, while Charvarius Ward fractured his hand in Week 1, so KC's secondary could be a bit more vulnerable in a Week 4 showdown with the Patriots. Ward played with his hand heavily wrapped last weekend when he replaced Sneed.

    From RotoBaller

    David Moore Sep 30 1:30pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore underwhelmed in Week 3, but he has another shot to perform in Week 4 against the Miami Dolphins. He's the team's third receiving option, but this offense has been one of the league's best due to their efficiency which benefits him. Quarterback Russell Wilson is great at connecting with his receivers on deep balls, and, in deeper leagues, Moore gives you some interesting value. In 12-team leagues, he's a WR4 for the week, but he can give you value in deeper leagues as a WR3.

    From RotoBaller

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