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Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught eight-of-10 targets for 86 yards along with a fumble recovery touchdown in Sunday's overtime loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. After a few middling outings to start the season, the veteran receiver had his best performance in Week 4. While his receiving statistics would've made for a strong outing, his day was made better due to a Brian Robinson Jr. fumble that McLaurin picked up in the Eagles' end zone for a touchdown. McLaurin was able to pad his stats with this unorthodox score, but hopefully, he can pick up one that is meant for him against the Chicago Bears in Week 5.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford (hip) threw for 319 yards, one touchdown, and one interception off 27-for-40 passing during Sunday's win over the Colts. The signal-caller had a rough showing during the Week 3 loss to Cincinnati, so fantasy managers had to be pleased with his performance. Unfortunately, Stafford suffered a hip injury in this one, although he reported he will be on the field for the Week 5 showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles. If he can't suit up, Brett Rypien would likely take over. However, a Stafford absence may not be an ideal scenario for the red-hot Puka Nacua and his fantasy production.
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.
Dynasty | Bryce Young completed 25-of-32 passes for 204 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions in the Panthers loss to the Vikings. Dynasty Analysis: He added ten yards on the ground and was sacked five times on the day. The numbers don't tell the story as Young was running for his life most of the game. The Panthers need to be careful with their young rookie as he continues to take too many hits and has little to no time to throw the football. The fact he was able to complete 25-of-32 passes was borderline amazing. Young remains a hold as our QB15.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams (shoulder) returned to Sunday's meeting with the Chargers. The veteran suffered a shoulder injury after getting tackled. He stayed down for a bit, so it appeared there was a good chance he wouldn't be back. However, although it's good news for fantasy managers that he returned, the ailment could impact his production for the remainder of the contest. Considering the Raiders also have rookie Aidan O'Connell under center doesn't make Adam's outlook any more favorable.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett (knee) is scheduled for an MRI. The signal-caller went 15-for-23 for 114 yards and a pick before suffering a left knee injury in the third quarter of Sunday's blowout loss to Houston. He hasn't done much on the fantasy end this season, so there aren't many managers anxiously awaiting an update. But if Pickett misses time moving forward, Mitch Trubisky would likely take over. However, Trubisky shouldn't be any more productive from a fantasy standpoint.
Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell completed 29-of-41 passes for 290 yards and a touchdown along with six carries for 40 yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. After a disastrous Week 3, the former Tar Heel improved immensely in Week 4. He was solid throughout the game, but his best came when the lights were brightest. To tie the game at 31, Howell led a 64-yard drive that was capped off by a buzzer-beating touchdown to wide receiver Jahan Dotson. A loss isn't the result the Commanders wanted, but they have to feel good about what they saw from their second-year signal caller. Howell will aim to keep his success going in Week 5 against the woeful Chicago Bears.
New England Patriots cornerback Christian Gonzalez (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys. Gonzalez helped keep the Dallas offense in check while he was on the field. However, he suffered a shoulder injury, and things went downhill afterward. The No. 17 overall pick had 16 tackles, one sack, and one interception entering Week 4, so it'd be a tough blow for the Pats defense to be without him for an extended period moving forward.
Los Angeles Chargers tight end Donald Parham Jr. (wrist) is questionable to return to Sunday's showdown against the Raiders. The 26-year-old scored twice in the win over the Vikings in Week 3, so he was a popular waiver target heading into this one. If he doesn't return in Week 4, he'll finish without a catch. With Los Angeles down Mike Williams (knee) and Austin Ekeler (ankle), Keenan Allen, Quentin Johnston, Joshua Palmer, Isaiah Spiller could see a few more targets from Justin Herbert moving ahead.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's meeting with the Chargers. The veteran wideout took a shot in the second quarter and remained on the field for some time while clutching his shoulder. Of course, the Raiders were already without Jimmy Garoppolo (head), who didn't clear concussion protocol ahead of Week 4, so it isn't an ideal scenario for Vegas. But If Adams doesn't return, he'll finish without a catch, with Jakobi Meyers and Hunter Renfrow in line to operate as the top wideouts of the depth chart.
Dynasty | Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett left the Steelers loss against Houston in the third quarter with a knee injury. Dynasty Analysis: We'll wait to evaluate any dynasty changes on Pickett until we get more details but he limped off the field and couldn't return in the game. The Steelers were handled by the Texans today and the injury to Pickett was just the cherry on top. We'll re-evaluate when word comes out on the severity of the injury, Mitch Trubisky was 3-of-5 in his place and would be the starter moving forward should Pickett miss time.
Dynasty | Steelers running back Najee Harris had 71 rushing yards, one catch and 32 receiving yards in Pittsburgh's blowout loss to Houston. Dynasty Analysis: Harris just hasn't been great this year but this was a pretty respectable line considering he had just 15 touches on the day. The Steelers may be without Kenny Pickett for a bit moving forward and if that's the case, it could open a window for Harris that he would just absolutely have to make good on to salvage his dynasty value as our RB16.
Dynasty | CJ Stroud completed 16-of-30 passes for 306 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in Houston's win against Pittsburgh. Dynasty Analysis: Stroud's completion percentage wasn't great today but he made big plays when he needed to. What's even more impressive is the fact the rookie has now thrown for six touchdowns and has yet to throw an interception on the season. With Nico Collins and Tank Dell forming a young and exciting wide receiver duo, it seems the arrow is pointing straight up for our QB14.
Dynasty | Nico Collins had seven catches for 168 yards and two touchdowns in Houston's upset win over Pittsburgh. Dynasty Analysis: Two weeks after setting a career high in receiving yards with 146, Collins put up this gem and has quickly established himself as a weekly starter in fantasy leagues in the process. Now with 428 receiving yards in his first four games this year, his ranking of WR49 is going to skyrocket this week. Simply put, the trio of CJ Stroud, Collins, and Tank Dell look legit.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins (rib) was diagnosed with a rib fracture following Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans. The injury "could keep him off the field for a bit," per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Assuming Higgins misses extended time, Tyler Boyd would operate as the Bengals' No. 2 wide receiver behind Ja'Marr Chase. Given the slow start that Cincinnati has endured, it'll be hard to trust Boyd in fantasy lineups even as he prepares for an increased role.
Dynasty | Falcons wide receiver Drake London had three catches for 28 yards and a touchdown in Atlanta's loss to Jacksonville in London. Dynasty Analysis: London's 11/126/2 line through four games is pretty disappointing. Still, he salvaged some decent value with the score today. The disappointing start for London really isn't on him as Desmond Ridder just hasn't been able to muster enough in the passing game to make him very fantasy relevant. London's WR15 is likely going to start falling should the Falcons and Ridder continue to sputter.
Houston Texans wide receiver Tank Dell hauled in just one of three targets for 16 yards in Sunday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rookie was unable to build on a big Week 3, instead being overshadowed by impressive games from Nico Collins and Dalton Schultz. Although Collins has cemented himself as Houston's top wide receiver, there is still room for Dell to thrive. He should be viewed as a low-end WR3/FLEX option going forward, including in Week 5 against Atlanta.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught four of his six targets for 63 yards in the 27-3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. The 31-year-old nearly caught a long touchdown from Ryan Tannehill and was stopped just short of another touchdown, so he was close to producing a big fantasy day. Tennessee's offense has posted two promising offensive showings and two horrific performances, so it's tough to know what to expect. That said, Hopkins has real upside next week against the Indianapolis Colts, who allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to wideouts through the first three weeks of the season.
Houston Texans tight end Dalton Schultz hauled in all three of his targets for 42 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. This game was his best as a member of the Texans and also featured his first touchdown with the team. He should be viewed as a mid-to-high TE2 going forward with room to rise even higher if the Texans continue to play well.
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