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Arizona Cardinals wide receivers Marquise Brown (foot) and Rondale Moore (hamstring) are officially active for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. Brown, 25, has looked solid in his first season with the Cardinals, amassing 24 catches, 251 yards, and one touchdown. He ranks as a solid WR2 option this week. Meanwhile, Moore is slated to make his 2022 debut after missing the first three weeks. He will compete with up-and-comer Greg Dortch for snaps alongside Brown in Arizona's offense.
Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (thigh) is officially active for Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals. He missed two days of practice and was listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game. Evidently, he felt well enough during pregame warmups to play. The 26-year-old has totaled 243 rushing yards, 57 receiving yards, and one touchdown while ranking as the RB12 in fantasy football. He should continue to be started in all leagues.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. is inactive in Week 4. After struggling to find a role through the first two games, Marshall has now been a healthy scratch for two consecutive contests. Robbie Anderson, Shi Smith, and Laviska Shenault will fill depth roles alongside starting wide receiver DJ Moore.
Arizona Cardinals kicker Matt Prater (hip) is officially active for Week 4 against the Carolina Panthers. He was limited in practice all week long and officially listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game. Prater attempted just two kicks through the first two games but bounced back with a big showing last week, converting on all four of his field goal attempts. The veteran has proven to be quite reliable and plays in a strong offense, making him a solid option in fantasy leagues this week.
New York Giants safety Julian Love (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of Week 4 against the Chicago Bears. This is a huge loss for the Giants considering Love has been their leading tackle. Through the first three games of the season, the 24-year-old registered 25 tackles and one sack.
New Orleans Saints kicker Wil Lutz connected on both of his extra points against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He also converted a critical game-tying field goal from 60 yards out in the waning minutes of regulation. However, when Lutz was tasked with hitting another game-tying 61-yarder moments later, he double-doinked the ball of the uprights. Although he was unable to extend the game, Lutz showed off his ability to kick the ball with great distance on Sunday.
New Orleans Saints tight end Juwan Johnson turned four targets into three catches for 33 yards against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. He has been the team's most productive tight end this season, amassing nine catches for 116 yards. Still, he only has fantasy appeal in deeper leagues.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Jarvis Landry caught just two passes for seven yards against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He had been in line for increased opportunities with Michael Thomas (foot) sidelined but was still held in check by the Minnesota secondary. Landry is a reliable veteran option but has produced inconsistent numbers this season. As a result, it's hard to justify starting him going forward, especially as Thomas returns to the lineup.
The New Orleans Saints defense registered just one turnover against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4 -- a Tyrann Mathieu interception. The unit also sacked quarterback Kirk Cousins three times. In the end, though, the Saints surrendered 28 points to the Vikings and lost in London. On a positive note, better days are ahead as New Orleans takes on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 5.
New Orleans Saints rookie wide receiver Chris Olave (leg) hauled in four of seven targets for 67 yards and his first career touchdown during Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings in London. Olave did spend some time in the medical tent, but he clarified postgame that he is dealing with a bone bruise and does not expect to miss any time. Even though Olave had a larger role with Michael Thomas (foot) sidelined, the rookie out of Ohio State still projects as a mid-range WR3 in fantasy football going forward.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marquez Callaway hauled in three of six targets for 53 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in London on Sunday. Callaway saw increased opportunities with Michael Thomas (foot) sidelined. The 24-year-old has totaled four catches, 57 yards, and one touchdown in 2022. He is always a big-play threat, but he will see his value decline as soon as Thomas returns to the lineup.
New Orleans Saints tight end Adam Trautman produced three catches for 37 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He had caught just one pass over three games prior to this Sunday's contest and therefore lacks fantasy appeal going forward. Juwan Johnson and Taysom Hill both have more intrigue than Trautman for the time being.
Dallas Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis (groin) suffered a groin injury during the Week 4 game and is considered questionable to return.
Philadelphia Eagles CB Darius Slay (forearm) suffered a forearm injury during the Week 4 game and is considered questionable to return.
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay (forearm) and tackle Jordan Mailata (shoulder) are both questionable to return against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 4. Slay has totaled eight tackles and two interceptions this season while Mailata has been pivotal in protecting Philadelphia's playmakers. The Eagles will hope both players are able to return during a challenging clash with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
New Orleans Saints gadget player Taysom Hill rushed five times for 21 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings in London. Listed as a tight end, Hill has caught just one pass this season and instead has been primarily used as a blocker, running back, and decoy. This week, he had a minor role out of the backfield with Alvin Kamara (rib) sidelined and Mark Ingram II (undisclosed) spending some time in the locker room. Hill is always a threat to break off a big play, but with inconsistent fantasy production thus far, it's difficult to justify starting him.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Andy Dalton completed 20 of 28 passes for 236 yards, one touchdown, and zero interceptions during Sunday's loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He was sacked twice in the contest. Dalton didn't have an exceptional fantasy performance, but he kept the Saints in the game until the last second, leading numerous scoring drives. If Jameis Winston (back) is forced to miss any more time, New Orleans should feel more than comfortable deploying Dalton as its starter.
Minnesota Vikings rookie safety Lewis Cine suffered a lower leg fracture during Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints in London. Cine will stay in London and be operated on by the Vikings' medical staff before flying back to the United States. Between injuries and depth at the safety position, Cine has struggled to find playing time in his rookie season. This latest setback is another devastating blow for the 22-year-old.
New Orleans Saints running back Latavius Murray rushed 11 times for 57 rushing yards and one touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He also added eight receiving yards. Murray was elevated from the practice squad on Saturday and wasted no time making an impact. He saw an immediate path to production with Alvin Kamara (ribs) sidelined and Mark Ingram also spending some time in the locker room. As Kamara and Ingram progress health-wise, Murray's fantasy value will continue to dwindle.
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram rushed 10 times for 30 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He also caught three passes for an additional 13 yards through the air. Although he saw increased opportunities with Alvin Kamara (rib) sidelined, Ingram himself spent some time in the locker room with an undisclosed injury of his own. Even if Kamara is forced to miss more time, Ingram should be viewed as nothing more than a low-end RB3.
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