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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.

  • Standings
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    Peoria VooDooo 20.00
    Peoria VooDooo 10.00
    Ron Bryant0.00
    Mike Love0.00
    Jake from State farm0.00
    $picy Money Balls0.00
    Show Hue the DORsey0.00
    Yogi DMB0.00
    Platinum Players0.00
    Dr Van Nostrand0.00
    America's Team 20.00
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    Multo Bevo 20.00
    Multo Bevo 10.00
    Rough Riders0.00
    Lacka Therapy0.00
    Name Brand Team0.00
    Lovin' Le'Veon0.00
    Team Wagers0.00
    Deez Nutz0.00
    Oddball 20.00
    Oddball 10.00
    Miller Time 30.00
    Miller Time 20.00
    Colonel Angus0.00
    Miller Time 10.00
    Amanda Johnson0.00
    Mike Simon0.00
    Moe Johnson 30.00
    Moe Johnson 20.00
    Moe Johnson 10.00
    Stampede Blue0.00
    Pigskin Thunder0.00
    Moonlite Coconuts0.00
    Blevins 20.00
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    Lil Murdog0.00
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    Cincinnati Kid0.00
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  • Player Notes
    Jamison Crowder Sep 30 9:50pm ET

    New York Jets wide receivers Jamison Crowder (hamstring) and Chris Hogan (knee, ribs) and rookie left tackle Mekhi Becton (shoulder) are all questionable for Thursday night against the Broncos. With Breshad Perriman (ankle) ruled out, Gang Green desperately needs both Crowder and Hogan as they look for their first win in 2020 against a banged-up Broncos Defense. After missing the last two games, Crowder would be a risky WR4/flex in deep PPR leagues if he's active for this contest. The good news is that both Crowder and Hogan were limited in practice all week, so they both have a good shot at playing. But it's really hard to recommend any skill player for the Jets to fantasy managers at this moment. Braxton Berrios would be the biggest beneficiary if one or both of Crowder or Hogan are out.

    From RotoBaller

    Nyheim Hines Sep 30 9:50pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines (shoulder) was listed as a limited practice participant on Wednesday. Barring a setback later this week, Hines should be active for a Week 4 matchup against the 3-0 Bears. Fantasy managers that snagged Hines off the waiver wire after Marlon Mack suffered a season-ending injury have been disappointed so far, as Hines has carried the ball just seven times and has six targets in the passing game the last two weeks. The 23-year-old needs positive game script with the Colts behind in order to see enough passing-game targets to make him worth a flex play in deeper PPR formats. Rookie Jonathan Taylor should continue to dominate the team's rushing attempts.

    From RotoBaller

    Miles Sanders Sep 30 9:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (gluteus) and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Sanders should be fine for the Week 4 matchup against a 49ers Defense that has been hit hard by injuries on their defensive line. Sanders has been one of the only offensive weapons in Philly that has been playing up to his standards, totaling over 100 yards in the Week 3 tie with the Bengals. He has RB1 upside with the Eagles having limited offensive weapons. Jeffery is slowly making his way back after offseason surgery, and the Eagles really need him in the starting lineup with Dallas Goedert (ankle) and rookie Jalen Reagor (thumb) both on Injured Reserve. The 30-year-old won't return this weekend, but he's on his way back and should be picked up and stashed if he's available in your league.

    From RotoBaller

    Christian Kirk Sep 30 9:20pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk (groin) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. Kirk did not play in the Week 3 loss to the Lions, so this is a good start for him as he looks to return to action this Sunday against the Panthers. If Kirk can get the go-ahead for Week 4, he'll return to three-wide sets alongside DeAndre Hopkins and Larry Fitzgerald. Andy Isabella, who had a huge game in Week 3, would inevitably see fewer snaps if Kirk returns to the starting lineup. Kirk has just three receptions on nine targets for 57 yards in two games in 2020, so fantasy managers can only consider him a WR4/flex piece in deeper leagues if he's active this Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    Deebo Samuel Sep 30 9:20pm ET

    The San Francisco 49ers opened the practice window for wide receiver Deebo Samuel (foot) on Wednesday, meaning that the receiver will now have three weeks to be removed from Injured Reserve. While Samuel is still a ways away from making his 2020 debut, it's good news for a 49ers team that has been decimated by injuries in the early going on both sides of the ball. The 24-year-old from South Carolina came on in the second half of his rookie season and finished the year as the team's best receiving threat behind tight end George Kittle. Samuel will have WR2 upside whenever he returns. Keep him stashed in all leagues if you have him rostered.

    From RotoBaller

    DeAndre Hopkins Sep 30 9:10pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday, along with safeties Budda Baker (thumb) and Chris Banjo (hamstring). There hasn't been anything on Hopkins' injury, so the Cardinals may just be playing it safe and giving the veteran some rest early in the week. Nuk should be just fine to face the Panthers in Week 4, where he will continue to be an elite, must-start WR1 for fantasy managers. The 28-year-old All-Pro has gotten off to an excellent start with his new team with 32 catches (37 targets) for 356 yards and one touchdown in three games. Keep running him out there with complete confidence.

    From RotoBaller

    Wil Lutz Sep 30 7:00pm ET

    New Orleans Saints kicker Wil Lutz is a solid starting option this week against Detroit. Lutz has been reliable this season, going 6-for-6 in field-goal attempts and 10-for-10 in extra point attempts. Playing on an offense that can generally move the ball, Lutz is a fine starting option against a Lions team that is middle-tier in points allowed to kickers.

    From RotoBaller

    Emmanuel Sanders Sep 30 6:50pm ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is a flex option in Week 4 against a Detroit team allowing the 10th most points to fantasy receivers. Sanders has had a disappointing start with the Saints, only seeing 15 and 18 yards in the first two weeks before finally getting 56 yards and a score in Week 3. The veteran offered an encouraging performance the last time he took the field, but it remains to be seen if that can become consistent. On top of that, the potential return of Michael Thomas would likely decrease his value too. Therefore, he's only a flex at best.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Cook Sep 30 6:50pm ET

    If active, New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook would be a low-end TE1 against a Lions team that has been somewhat stingy at covering tight ends. Cook sustained a groin injury in the Week 3 loss to Green Bay and missed practice Wednesday, which doesn't sound too encouraging. If he ultimately cannot suit up, the New Orleans tight ends should be avoided for this week.

    From RotoBaller

    New Orleans Saints Sep 30 6:50pm ET

    The New Orleans Saints Defense is not a viable streaming option this week against the Lions. After a terrific Week 1, this unit has struggled the past two weeks against the Raiders and Packers even with star-studded names playing on this side of the ball for New Orleans. Ultimately, they allowed 34 points in Week 2 and 37 in Week 3. The Lions don't have an explosive offense, but they are certainly capable of putting up numbers with guys like Matthew Stafford, Kenny Golladay, and T.J. Hockenson. It's best to leave this reeling unit on the bench.

    From RotoBaller

    Latavius Murray Sep 30 6:40pm ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Latavius Murray is only a low-tier flex option for this week against Detroit. With Alvin Kamara handling RB1 duties on the team, Murray hasn't seen more than 58 rush yards and 19 receiving yards in any contest thus far. He's only worth considering if your team has been hit by injuries or is affected by the Steelers-Titans postponement, but he still wouldn't be a strong option to deliver respectable numbers.

    From RotoBaller

    Michael Thomas Sep 30 6:40pm ET

    If active, New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas would be a WR1 in this week's matchup with Detroit. Thomas has been nursing an ankle injury and has missed the past two games. He returned to practice on Wednesday in a limited fashion and it's still uncertain as to whether he will play on Sunday. If he does, he's a starter, and if he doesn't, Tre'Quan Smith is a flex option.

    From RotoBaller

    Drew Brees Sep 30 6:30pm ET

    New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is a QB2 for this week's matchup against the Lions. The veteran hasn't been the most explosive fantasy option this season and there has also been speculation of his decline. While he's still putting up serviceable numbers, they haven't been consistent. He tossed three touchdowns in Week 3, but managed only one touchdown and one pick in Week 2. As a result, there are better options than Brees for this week, but it's worth noting the Lions offer a favorable matchup for opposing QBs in case you don't have other strong options.

    From RotoBaller

    Alvin Kamara Sep 30 6:30pm ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is a solid RB1 in this week's clash against the Lions. With Michael Thomas out the past couple of weeks, Kamara has been putting up herculean numbers as his receiving totals have been off the charts. He posted 139 receiving yards in Week 3 and 95 in Week 2. Regardless of whether Thomas returns, the RB's role is too rich on this team and he provides immense value in the rushing and passing game. As the engine of this offense, he's an RB1 against a Detroit squad allowing the seventh-most points to fantasy backs.

    From RotoBaller

    Jamison Crowder Sep 30 4:43pm ET

    New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) was limited during practice Wednesday, Sept. 30, and is listed as questionable for Week 4.

    Fantasy Spin: Crowder appears to have a chance to play this week, but fantasy players will need to check the inactive list for his official status. Crowder is a reliable receiver when healthy and could be at least a flex option if he plays.

    From TheHuddle

    Chris Hogan Sep 30 4:43pm ET

    New York Jets WR Chris Hogan (knee, ribs) was limited during practice Wednesday, Sept. 30, and is listed as questionable for Week 4.

    Fantasy Spin: Hogan could be a game-time decision, so fantasy players will need to keep an eye on the situation. He likely will be a top-three receiver for the Jets if he plays but can be avoided in fantasy leagues.

    From TheHuddle

    George Kittle Sep 30 4:40pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that tight end George Kittle (knee) is a full-go at practice on Wednesday. It means that Kittle should return in Week 4 against the Eagles after missing the last two games. It's perfect timing, too, with Jordan Reed going on Injured Reserve. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) looks set to miss his second straight game this weekend, but Kittle showed good chemistry with backup Nick Mullens in recent seasons and should immediately return to elite TE1 status for Week 4. With San Francisco's offense still pretty beat up by injuries, Kittle should see his fair share of targets in his first game back.

    From RotoBaller

    Dee Ford Sep 30 4:40pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers defensive end Dee Ford (neck) will be placed on Injured Reserve with a neck issue. Ford suffered the injury in Week 1 and hasn't played since. It's unclear how long he'll be out, but he'll be forced to miss at least the next three weeks while on IR. San Francisco's defense has been hurt by injuries early in the 2020 season, most notably with the season-ending injury to star pass-rusher Nick Bosa (knee) in Week 2. Although the 49ers Defense doesn't have as much season-long upside now, they remain a strong starting unit for fantasy managers in a Week 4 matchup against an Eagles Defense that is injured and out of sorts right now.

    From RotoBaller

    Breshad Perriman Sep 30 4:33pm ET

    New York Jets WR Breshad Perriman (ankle) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 30, and has been ruled out for Week 4.

    Fantasy Spin: Braxton Berrios and Josh Malone are the only two Jets receivers that are fully healthy. Berrios is coming off a solid Week 3 performance and could be a flex option in deeper leagues. Malone can be avoided in fantasy leagues.

    From TheHuddle

    Jimmy Garoppolo Sep 30 4:30pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) is the team's starter over Nick Mullens when he's healthy. Garoppolo missed last week and Mullens threw for over 300 yards and a touchdown against the winless Giants, but the Niners are making it clear that Jimmy G is the starter when he's ready to return. He missed Wednesday's practice, though, making it likely that Mullens will get another start in Week 4 against the Eagles and their shaky secondary. Garoppolo can be a decent QB2 streamer in the right matchups, but it'll help if he gets some of his offensive weapons back from injury. Mullens will be a low-end QB2 in superflex leagues if he gets another start this Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

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