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    Isaiah McKenzie Oct 2 6:10pm ET
    Isaiah McKenzie

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) did not return to Sunday's matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. The former Georgia Bulldog finished the afternoon by catching four of his six targets for 21 yards. He also scored a touchdown, his third of the year. McKenzie is arguably the team's No. 2 wideout, so if he can't go in Week 5 against Pittsburgh, it would be a massive blow for Josh Allen, who would rely even more on Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

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    CeeDee Lamb Oct 2 6:10pm ET
    CeeDee Lamb

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb scored a touchdown and gained 97 yards in a Week 4 win over the Washington Commanders. Lamb was targeted a team-high eight times and caught six, gaining the 97 yards, both team highs as well. Quarterback Cooper Rush once again played mistake-free football, leading the Cowboys to a win, but with Dak Prescott (thumb) expected back in Week 5, the Dallas offense should become more dynamic, leading Lamb to possibly reach WR1 status.

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    Kenny Golladay Oct 2 6:10pm ET
    Kenny Golladay

    New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay failed to bring in his lone target versus the Chicago Bears in Week 4. It's been a disastrous start to the season for the expensive wideout as he's struggled to get acclimated to a new offensive scheme under Brian Daboll. The Giants were already thin at the wide receiver position and the disgruntled wide receiver exited the game early with a knee injury. Golladay has now gone three straight weeks without a reception and he's failed to bring in a catch in his last four targets. It's clear that the former third-round pick isn't going to have a consistent role on the Giants, so he's not worth rostering right now.

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    Noah Brown Oct 2 6:10pm ET
    Noah Brown

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown had another solid performance in a Week 4 win over the Washington Commanders. Brown was targeted six times, catching three passes for 61 yards. He ended up second on the team in targets, catches, and yards, all behind CeeDee Lamb. With Michael Gallup back and Dak Prescott (thumb) expected to join him back on the field in Week 5, Brown could fall back into a support role on the offense.

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    Michael Gallup Oct 2 6:10pm ET
    Michael Gallup

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup returned to the field in Week 4 and scored a touchdown in his first game of 2022. Gallup was out for the first three weeks of the season while recovering from a knee injury. In his return, he was targeted three times, catching two of them for 24 yards including a touchdown grab. Gallup looked healthy and fit in well in the Dallas offense, and he should see even more chances going forward, especially once Dak Prescott (thumb) returns to the field.

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    Jonnu Smith Oct 2 6:00pm ET
    Jonnu Smith

    New England Patriots tight end Jonnu Smith (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against the Packers. The veteran is dealing with an ankle injury, so it's possible fantasy managers may have seen the last of him for the remainder of Week 4. Smith hasn't done much this season, totaling only seven catches for 58 yards. If he misses time moving forward, it may mean more looks for Hunter Henry, although he has been less productive throughout the 2022-23 campaign.

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    Cole Kmet Oct 2 6:00pm ET
    Cole Kmet

    Chicago Bears tight end Cole Kmet caught three passes for 16 yards in the Bears 20-12 loss to the Giants. Kmet was used, strangely, in the screen game and failed to pick up some huge gains with his three targets. The Bears passing game made some strides in Week 4 but still ranks amongst the worst in the NFL. Kmet is not worth a fantasy roster spot at this time even with some favorable matchups coming up.

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    Saquon Barkley Oct 2 6:00pm ET
    Saquon Barkley

    New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley totaled 162 scrimmage yards in the team's Week 4 victory over the Chicago Bears. The Giants would give the former first-round pick a healthy workload again this week with 146 rushing yards on 31 carries while he caught both of his targets for 16 yards. With New York's current wide receiver situation, they leaned on Barkley and the rushing attack to defeat Chicago at home to improve to 3-1 on the season. After producing 162 scrimmage yards this week, the dynamic running back now has two games of 160-plus scrimmage yards and three games where he's eclipsed 120-plus scrimmage yards this season. Barkley should be in store for another massive workload in Week 5 against the Green Bay Packers.

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    Richie James Oct 2 6:00pm ET
    Richie James

    New York Giants wide receiver Richie James finished with only nine receiving yards on three targets in the team's Week 4 win over the Chicago Bears. Amid all of the injuries at the wide receiver position that the Giants have endured to begin the season, the veteran wideout entered Sunday's contest as the leading wideout on New York's roster. Daniel Jones would leave the game early and the Giants threw the ball only 16 times against the Bears, so targets were tough to come by in Week 4. James should continue to see plenty of snaps moving forward, though, his role could change once Kadarius Toney and Wan'Dale Robinson return to the field.

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    Mo Alie-Cox Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Mo Alie-Cox

    Indianapolis Colts tight end Mo Alie-Cox came out of nowhere and posted a strong outing against the Tennessee Titans in Week 4. The veteran tight end was coming off a one-catch performance last week. He made sure to make up for that performance on Sunday. In Week 4, Alie-Cox hauled in all six of his targets for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. The 29-year-old outshined everyone else on the Colts offense in this one. Sadly, Alie-Cox is too inconsistent to trust. He'll be a desperation deep league option heading into the Week 5 matchup against the Denver Broncos.

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    Treylon Burks Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Treylon Burks

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks (foot) was observed on crutches and wearing a boot on his left foot after Sunday's win over the Colts. The 22-year-old had only two catches for 14 yards in Week 4 before ultimately sustaining the injury that ruled him out. Nonetheless, Burks' availability for Week 5 (and beyond) is in jeopardy after the latest update. If he misses time, it may mean more targets for Robert Woods, Kyle Philips, and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine moving ahead.

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    Khalil Herbert Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Khalil Herbert

    Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert carried the ball 19 times for 77 yards with 24 receiving yards in the teams 20-12 loss to the Giants in Week 4. Herbert got the start for injured starter David Montgomery and put up a solid performance. The Bears offense could have enjoyed a huge breakout performance but stalled over and over again in the red zone. Montgomery was seen on the field before the game doing drills and will try and play in Week 5. If he comes back, Herbert touches in the backfield will certainly take a hit.

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    Geno Smith Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Geno Smith

    The Detroit Lions defense was expected to be one of the worst units in the league, and so far this season they are the front-runner for that title in fantasy football. No matter how good the matchup looks, Detroit can't be considered in fantasy after allowing 555 yards and 48 points to quarterback Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4.

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    Jalen Hurts Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Jalen Hurts

    The defense of the Jacksonville Jaguars was able to score a touchdown in the form of an interception on Jalen Hurts in the team's Week 4 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. The pick-six by the Jaguars happened in the first quarter and it helped Jacksonville secure an early 14-0 lead over Philadelphia. While the scoreboard shows that the Eagles put up 29 points, the defense played solid as Trevor Lawrence turned the ball over five times, which led to easy scores for Philadelphia. Jacksonville's defense would also record two sacks on Hurts in Week 4. Look for the defense of the Jaguars to rebound in Week 5 against a shaky Houston Texans offense.

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    Ezekiel Elliott Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Ezekiel Elliott

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott got plenty of chances but didn't do a lot with them in a Week 4 win over the Washington Commanders. "Zeke" ran the ball 19 times, but couldn't find much room, averaging just 2.6 yards on his way to 49 yards on the ground. His longest run went for just seven yards. He was also targeted twice and caught them both for 32 yards. One of his catches was a 31 yard gain, his best play of the game by far. Elliott's backfield mate, Tony Pollard, ended up with just nine touches in this one, so at least the good sign for Elliott's fantasy managers was his usage. With Dak Prescott (thumb) expected back as soon as Week 5, the Cowboys offense could become a little more dynamic. Elliott will be a solid RB3 just based on touches.

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    Darnell Mooney Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Darnell Mooney

    Chicago Bears wide receiver Darnell Mooney caught four passes for 94 yards in the Bears 20-12 loss to the Giants in Week 4. This performance was a sight for sore eyes for many fantasy managers as Mooney and quarterback Justin Fields finally connected on some huge gains in the passing game. It all began with a 56-yard reception in the first half, a reception that nearly tripled Mooney's output through the first three weeks. The Bears offense ranks at the bottom in several offensive categories and finding ways to get Mooney the football more could be the key to getting more points on the board moving forward.

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    Tony Pollard Oct 2 5:50pm ET
    Tony Pollard

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard struggled in a Week 4 victory over the Washington Commanders. Pollard ran the ball eight times, gaining just six total yards on the ground. He was targeted three times in the passing game, catching one ball for a two yard gain. It was a rough encore to his 105-yard performance in the previous game, but the Commanders were focused on stopping the run and were effective in that regard. With Dak Prescott (thumb) expected back for Week 5, Pollard should find more room to run and will likely be an RB3 for that contest.

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    Parris Campbell Oct 2 5:40pm ET
    Parris Campbell

    Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell hasn't put together an ideal start to the season. However, the 25-year-old was able to somewhat bounce back during the Week 4 matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Campbell hauled in all four of his targets for 43 yards in the loss. It wasn't a huge day for Campbell, but this is a step in the right direction. It's worth noting that he finished tied for fourth in targets, which isn't exactly great for him. Clearly, the Colts want to spread around the ball on offense. Campbell might be a desperation flex option in deep leagues, but can be avoided in most formats next week.

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    T.J. Hockenson Oct 2 5:40pm ET
    T.J. Hockenson

    Detroit Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson finally delivered for fantasy managers, catching eight of his 12 targets for 179 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the Seattle Seahawks, That is elite fantasy production, especially out of the tight end slot. Despite Hockenson having up-and-down weeks, his ceiling remains as high as just about any tight end in fantasy, so he's a must-start after a huge boom week. New England has been a bottom-five defense against TEs through the first three weeks of the NFL season, so Hockenson could be in line for another big day in Week 5. -- especially if Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle) misses another game.

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    Adrian Amos Oct 2 5:40pm ET
    Adrian Amos

    Green Bay Packers safety Adrian Amos (head) won't return to the Week 4 matchup against the New England Patriots. The 29-year had 11 total tackles (six solo) heading into Sunday. However, he's now being evaluated for a concussion, so his status for the Week 5 contest versus the Giants is up in the air.

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