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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice caught 3-of-5 targets for 32 yards in Week 4's 23-20 victory over the New York Jets. Rice's highlight of the night was an 18-yard catch to push the Chiefs into range for a go-ahead field goal after they let an early 17-point slip away. KC's receiving corps feels like a revolving door, seeing Kadarius Toney emerge one week and Skyy Moore another. It looks as if Rice is the best bet of the bunch at the moment; Toney remained mostly uninvolved with 22 yards and Moore put up a bagel for the second time already this year. Rice, a 2023 second-round pick, is not yet a coveted waiver wire priority, but he could become one very soon. A soft rest-of-October schedule kicks off with the pillow-soft Minnesota Vikings defense in Week 5.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco took 20 carries for 115 yards and a touchdown with three catches for an additional 43 yards in Week 4's 23-20 win over the New York Jets. Pacheco ran like a man possessed in this one, accelerating for a 48-yard dash to the house in his hometown of New Jersey to score the game's first touchdown. He later found a hole in the flat on a Patrick Mahomes checkdown for a 33-yard catch-and-run en route to a loud 126-yard first half. The 2022 seventh-rounder's 158 scrimmage yards easily signify a new career high, and it feels like a ceiling outcome in fantasy for Pacheco with the Chiefs nursing a lead on Sunday night. Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire remain involved, but Pacheco has certainly been the most effective runner and should warrant mid-range RB2 treatment in Week 5's trip to visit the Vikings in Minnesota.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce caught 6-of-9 targets for 60 yards in Week 4's close 23-20 win over the New York Jets. Kelce looked well on his way to a big night after a quick start saw him grab two passes for 29 yards on the game's opening possession, but he made only one more eight-yard reception during the first half. He corralled his first pass since early in the first period during the third quarter's late stages before bringing in a few more looks amid a late 14-play field-goal drive. After tight ends picked on New York's defensive shortcomings in recent weeks, Kelce wasn't able to take much advantage of an inside-funnel pass defense on a night quarterback Patrick Mahomes was made very uncomfortable in the pocket. Look for the 33-year-old perennial Pro Bowler to make more noise during Week 5 against a shaky Minnesota Vikings defense.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 18-of-30 passes for 203 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions with seven carries for 51 yards in Week 4's narrow 23-20 win over the New York Jets. Mahomes found Noah Gray for an early 34-yard score, but he began short-circuiting quite a bit thereafter. Mahomes badly underthrew one for a second-quarter giveaway, and his second turnover was just as curious after he lofted another pass into C.J. Mosley's waiting arms. Mahomes found an opening for a heartbreaking 25-yard rush on third-and-23 before tossing a third pick into triple coverage that was wiped away on a debatable holding penalty. Fantasy managers may not like the stat line, but Mahomes hung in there on the road just enough against a swarming Jets defense. Things should come much more easily for the two-time MVP in Week 5 against the tissue-soft Minnesota Vikings defense.
Miami Dolphins running back De'Von Achane took eight carries for 101 yards and two touchdowns with three catches for 19 yards in Week 4's 48-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Achane picked up right where he left off from last Sunday's outburst, hitting paydirt on his first two touches with both seeing Tyreek Hill act as a decoy. But as both offenses calmed after scoring five touchdowns on the game's first five drives, so did Achane's usage. The speedy rookie was still able to show off his wheels on a neat 55-yard run in the face of the rout. Achane out-touched Raheem Mostert (who fumbled twice Sunday) 11-10, which is a promising sight for those who broke the FAAB bank to claim him off waiver wires. It remains to be seen what kind of role Miami has in store for Jeff Wilson Jr. (ribs), who might be on the cusp of a return. Achane's weekly home-run potential should keep him in RB2 territory, regardless.
Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert handled seven rushing attempts for nine yards with a lost fumble and three receptions for an additional 36 yards in Sunday's 48-20 defeat to the Buffalo Bills. Mostert made a nifty 22-yard contested catch on a wheel route to invigorate a muted first half but coughed up the ball late in the second period. Week 4 was the first hiccup of the 31-year-old's campaign after setting the world on fire as fantasy's top scorer over its first three weeks. Though, Mostert was out-touched 11-10 by the burgeoning De'Von Achane on Sunday. Jeff Wilson Jr. (ribs) is eligible to return from injured reserve as early as Week 5, which could further complicate matters in Miami's backfield. For now, Mostert is a tentative RB2 starter for next Sunday versus a New York Giants defense that's been shredded on the ground through three games.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle caught 4-of-5 targets for 46 yards in Week 4's 48-20 defeat to the Buffalo Bills. Waddle was turned to one time by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa during a quiet first half, logging one catch for 11 yards. And much like Tyreek Hill, Waddle didn't pick up much steam in the rest of the game as the Dolphins met their match on Sunday and failed to keep pace with Buffalo's inundating offense. The 24-year-old star playmaker is off to a solid, yet unspectacular start to the year with 12 receptions for 210 scoreless yards across three outings, failing to post greater than four catches or six targets in any game. After leading the NFL in yards per catch in 2022, Waddle's high ceiling should continue ranking him as an upside WR2 in a much lighter Week 5 draw at home against the New York Giants.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught 3-of-5 targets for 58 yards with a 14-yard carry in Week 4's 48-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Most of Miami's skill positions, besides De'Von Achane, had a subdued outing with Hill being no exception. He hauled in two out of three first-half targets for 39 yards and did not gain much traction during second half as Buffalo's offense kept up their steamrolling ways from recent weeks. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa did have 282 passing yards in the blowout but spread the rock around by targeting nine different receivers, and Hill more or less went down with the ship. Chalk it up as a floor game for the 29-year-old superstar. Hill finds an optimal get-right spot ahead of him next Sunday versus a New York Giants defense that has allowed at least 28 points in each of their first three games.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completed 25-of-35 passes for 282 yards, one touchdown and an interception in Week 4's 48-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Tagovailoa was soundly outdueled by Josh Allen as Miami's humming offense was hushed a bit in this battle of two AFC juggernauts. He had a solid 155-yard first half, but Miami's two touchdowns went to De'Von Achane on the ground over the first two quarters. Tagovailoa hit Braxton Berrios on a 11-yard bullet pass near the back of the end zone to strike first out of the second half's gates and salvage an otherwise dissatisfying fantasy day based on Tagovailoa's brilliant start entering Sunday's affair. After absorbing a season-high four sacks with star left tackle Terron Armstead (knee) exiting this one, the 25-year-old signal-caller should see much cleaner pockets in Week 5 versus a nonexistent New York Giants pass rush with two sacks covering three games.
Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner rushed 11 times for 52 yards while adding a four-yard reception off of two targets in Sunday's 35-16 loss to the 49ers. Due to San Francisco taking a quick lead, the Cardinals had no choice but to abandon the run game in the second half. Despite this, Conner actually averaged 4.7 YPC on his 11 attempts, and no other Arizona running back received more than one carry. As the current RB13 in the entire NFL, Conner is averaging a healthy 5.1 YPC and will look to further cement his role as the team's No. 1 RB heading into next week's matchup against Cincinnati.
Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Michael Wilson caught all seven of his targets for 76 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Sunday's 35-16 loss to San Francisco. After coming off his best game of the season in Week 3 against Dallas, Wilson was able to obtain the first and second touchdowns of his career in the Cardinals' Week 4 loss. He finished with seven targets on the day, good for third on the team behind Marquise Brown and Zach Ertz. At this point, the rookie has a very good chance of overtaking Rondale Moore as the No. 2 wideout if he hasn't already. He'll look to build on this breakout game in Week 5 when Arizona hosts the Cincinnati Bengals.
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook took 12 carries for 29 yards and a touchdown with a 48-yard catch in Week 4's dominant 48-20 win over the Miami Dolphins. Cook and Josh Allen nearly botched an exchange before the quarterback gave him a push from behind to aid a one-yard touchdown rush, which was Cook's first of the year following a long booth review. Besides a 48-yard reception that facilitated a field-goal drive, the 24-year-old elusive back took a backseat to a sensational Bills passing attack on Sunday. It's worth noting, however, that Cook handled all three of Buffalo's rushing attempts inside the 10-yard line, which bodes extremely well for his future prospects. Though Latavius Murray and Damien Harris remain frustrating presences, Cook is on the rise while on pace for over 1,500 scrimmage yards heading into Week 5's London meeting with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marquise Brown had seven receptions on 10 targets for 96 yards in Sunday's 35-16 loss to the 49ers. Brown was listed as questionable (thumb) heading into Sunday's game but was able to overcome the injury to help his team in Week 4. Even though he couldn't extend his three-game touchdown streak, Brown obtained season-highs in both receptions and yards. Through four games this year, Hollywood is averaging 5.3 receptions and 59.8 yards per game. He has become the de facto new No. 1 wideout for Arizona following the offseason trade of DeAndre Hopkins and will look to continue building rapport with quarterback Joshua Dobbs in Week 5 against Cincinnati.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis caught each of his three targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in Week 4's 48-20 win over the Miami Dolphins. It looked like Davis was in for one of his signature blow-up games after he got behind the defense for an 18-yard touchdown on the game's opening possession. However, he wasn't targeted again until late in the third quarter while Stefon Diggs tormented Miami's defenders all afternoon for 120 yards and three scores. Davis brought in a 34-yard pass to close the period and pad a fine fantasy day, which was his third straight with a TD catch. The 24-year-old deep threat will try to carry the scoring prowess into next Sunday's London matchup against a beatable Jacksonville Jaguars secondary.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Joshua Dobbs completed 28 of 41 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 35-16 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He also added 48 rushing yards on 12 carries. Dobbs was able to keep his team in the game for a while against a stout San Francisco defense, but it wasn't enough in the Week 4 blowout. In the third quarter, his two touchdown strikes to rookie wide receiver Michael Wilson helped make it a one-possession game but by then it was too little too late. With Kyler Murray (knee) not expected back for the foreseeable future, Dobbs will look to put this one behind him when the Cincinnati Bengals come to town in Week 5.
Dynasty | Rams rookie receiver Puka Nacua had nine catches for 163 yards and the game winning overtime touchdown in the Rams win against the Colts. Dynasty Analysis: Any questions dynasty managers may have now concerning his value are likely just based on stubbornness as Nacua has set the record for most catches by a rookie in the first four games of an NFL career with a whopping 39. With those 39 catches and 501 receiving yards, Nacua is a rocketship in our dynasty rankings with no ceiling in sight at the moment. Sure, Cooper Kupp could take away some targets. However, Nacua is here to stay.
Dynasty | Panthers running back Miles Sanders had just 19 rushing yards, three catches, and 13 receiving yards in the Panthers loss to Minnesota. Dynasty Analysis: Sanders now has just 158 rushing yards (on under three yards per carry) through four games this season. The Panthers offensive line can't block a chair at the moment and Sanders is suffering as a result. Today was a low point as Chuba Hubbard actually had one more carry on the day as well. Sanders is quickly becoming bench fodder in dynasty leagues and his ranking of RB22 is heading in the wrong direction.
Dynasty | Saints running back Alvin Kamara returned to action and caught 13 passes for 33 yards, while rushing for another 51 in the Saints loss to Tampa Bay. Dynasty Analysis: Having Kamara back was a welcome sight to fantasy owners. While the counting stats weren't much in terms of total yards, the 13 catches and 14 targets were gold in PPR leagues. The Saints surprisingly had Derek Carr back today and while their offense sputtered for much of the game, Kamara quickly returned to feature back status and ceded only one carry to Kendre Miller in the game. He remains a solid get in dynasty leagues for contenders as our RB27.
Dynasty | Texans receiver Tank Dell had just one catch for 16 yards in Houston's win against Pittsburgh. Dynasty Analysis: Dell took a backseat to Nico Collins in this one, making it clear the Texans don't have a true WR1 at the moment. While added a handful of yards on two carries, this is going to throw some cold water on Dell's value this week. Still, we've seen enough to know the kid can play and his ranking of WR57 still may be too low.
Dynasty | Cam Akers had 40 rushing yards, two catches and 11 receiving yards in his Vikings debut. Dynasty Analysis: Akers had some positive gains but his seven touches were far behind the 18 of Alexander Mattison. Time will tell if the tide turns in his favor but Mattison has been much more effective the past two weeks for Minnesota after a dreadful first two weeks of the season. Akers is clearly a "hold" candidate at the moment as his value continues to be in flux.
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