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    Chase Edmonds Sep 28 8:50pm ET
    Chase Edmonds

    Miami Dolphins running back Chase Edmonds looks to stay on track against the Cincinnati Bengals after finding the end zone twice last week. Although Edmonds registered just six touches on Sunday, he added two touchdowns, salvaging an otherwise underwhelming outing. The Dolphins' offense projects as very pass-heavy on paper, but Edmonds could get more involved in Week 4 if Tua Tagovailoa (ankle, back), Jaylen Waddle (groin), and Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs, toe) are inactive or limited in any capacity. Edmonds provides Tagovailoa with a security blanket as both a receiver and runner, which could be quite valuable if the third-year signal-caller isn't 100 percent. It's too risky to play Edmonds over some of the studs you might have drafted, but he has intrigue in deeper leagues or as a low-cost option in DFS lineups.

    From RotoBaller

    Raheem Mostert Sep 28 8:50pm ET
    Raheem Mostert

    Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert led the backfield in snaps last week and has an opportunity to do so again versus the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday. When all was said and done, Mostert boasted a 56 percent snap share this past Sunday while Chase Edmonds checked in at 44 percent. Although Edmonds found the end zone twice, it was Mostert who led the backfield in carries and targets. The Bengals are mediocre against running backs, but Tua Tagovailoa (ankle, back), Jaylen Waddle (groin), and Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs, toe) could be limited or even inactive, opening the door for more production on the ground. Mostert falls into the RB4 category in Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyreek Hill Sep 28 8:40pm ET
    Tyreek Hill

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill will look to bounce back during Thursday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite posting a season-high 86 percent snap share, he finished last week's game with just two catches for 33 yards. Part of his underproduction can be blamed on Miami's limited time of possession, but this doesn't negate the fact that Hill struggled in fantasy football last week. His outlook remains suboptimal heading into Week 4 considering the Bengals' 84.1 fantasy points allowed to receivers is the sixth-lowest mark in the NFL. To further complicate matters, Tua Tagovailoa (ankle, back) is questionable on a short week. Fantasy managers should still start Hill due to his monumental upside, but they should also temper expectations considering the variety of unfavorable factors in his way.

    From RotoBaller

    Mike Gesicki Sep 28 8:40pm ET
    Mike Gesicki

    Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki has underwhelmed in fantasy football this season but will look to get back on track against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4. The 26-year-old has totaled just six catches, 48 yards, and one touchdown through three games, but he could see an uptick in targets if either Jaylen Waddle (groin) and Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs, toe) is unable to suit up. Additionally, the Bengals have been successful against wide receivers but struggled against tight ends. In fact, Cincinnati has allowed the fourth-most yards (222) and sixth-most receptions (18) to tight ends in 2022. It's tough to trust Gesicki after two of his first three games were severely underwhelming, but he certainly has a favorable matchup on tap. He could sneak into the low-end TE1 tier if Waddle or Wilson can't suit up Thursday.

    From RotoBaller

    Dameon Pierce Sep 28 8:30pm ET
    Dameon Pierce

    Houston Texans running back Dameon Pierce (hip) was listed as a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. The severity of the hip injury he is nursing is currently unknown. The rookie seems to have taken control of the Texans' backfield, as he enjoyed a breakout performance last week with over 100 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. His status will be important to monitor ahead of a Week 4 matchup with a Los Angeles Chargers defense that is allowing 26.4 PPR fantasy points per contest to opposing running backs. If Pierce is sidelined, Rex Burkhead would become an intriguing flex play.

    From RotoBaller

    Dak Prescott Sep 28 7:10pm ET
    Dak Prescott

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (thumb) has missed the past two weeks with a thumb injury and did not practice on Wednesday. It has been reported that Prescott would like to play in Week 5, but his timeline suggests that a Week 6 return is more realistic. According to Ian Rapoport, it will likely take two-to-three more weeks for Prescott to be ready, so next week may be too ambitious as his stitches were just removed this week. Assuming there are no setbacks, though, Prescott will be on track to face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 6.

    From RotoBaller

    Jakobi Meyers Sep 28 7:00pm ET
    Jakobi Meyers

    New England Patriots wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (knee) was listed as a limited participant in the team's practice on Wednesday. Meyers was sidelined in Week 3 with a knee injury but seems to have a chance to return to action in a Week 4 matchup with the Green Bay Packers. The fourth-year wideout was the favorite target of Mac Jones (ankle) through two games, with DeVante Parker shining in his absence last week. Meyers remains the wide receiver to stash for fantasy purposes, but with Brian Hoyer expected to start Sunday's contest as Jones deals with a high ankle sprain, the Patriots' receiving options will not be recommended as anything more than desperation flex plays.

    From RotoBaller

    Dawson Knox Sep 28 6:50pm ET
    Dawson Knox

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox (back, hip) was a limited participant in the team's practice on Wednesday. Knox was listed as questionable with a foot injury heading into Week 3 but was able to suit up for the contest. Buffalo is likely playing it safe with Knox as it sounds like he is just dealing with some back and hip soreness. Knox is yet to catch a touchdown this season after recording nine in 2021. Fantasy managers will hope he can turn things around in a Week 4 bout with the Baltimore Ravens, assuming he is able to play.

    From RotoBaller

    Gabriel Davis Sep 28 6:40pm ET
    Gabriel Davis

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. Davis was forced to miss Week 2 with an ankle injury but did return to the field for Week 3, turning six targets into three receptions for 37 yards in a loss to the Miami Dolphins. The team is likely playing it safe with the third-year wideout ahead of a Week 4 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. Fantasy managers should keep an eye out for more information on Davis' availability throughout the week, but he will be a low-end WR2 or high-end flex play assuming he can suit up on Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    David Montgomery Sep 28 6:30pm ET
    David Montgomery

    Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery (ankle, knee) did not practice with the team on Wednesday after sustaining an injury early in Week 3. Head coach Matt Eberflus referred to Montgomery's status as "day-to-day", and his availability for Week 4 seems to be highly questionable. Khalil Herbert went off for 157 rushing yards and two touchdowns in Montgomery's absence last week and would likely see a large workload if he is sidelined on Sunday. The Bears have an enticing matchup against the New York Giants, so fantasy managers should pay close attention to practice reports throughout the week as either back would project as a solid RB2.

    From RotoBaller

    James Conner Sep 28 6:20pm ET
    James Conner

    Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner (knee) has had a modest start to the 2022 season after breaking out as a top-five fantasy option in 2021. Conner handled 16 touches last week, but quarterback Kyler Murray expressed a desire to get his Pro Bowl back more involved. Murray stated that the team needs to get their best players the ball when referring to Conner's opportunities going forward. Conner is dealing with a knee injury and was limited in practice on Wednesday, so fantasy managers will hope he is ready to play with an expanded role in a Week 4 matchup with the Carolina Panthers.

    From RotoBaller

    Cordarrelle Patterson Sep 28 5:40pm ET
    Cordarrelle Patterson

    Atlanta Falcons running back Cordarrelle Patterson (knee) didn't take part in Wednesday's practice. His absence was qualified as a veteran rest day, but the Falcons also added a note that Patterson was specifically resting his knee after he ran for a career-high 141 yards in the Week 3 win over the Seattle Seahawks. The Falcons gave Patterson a ton of rest in the offseason and will likely continue to do so early in the practice week this year. Fantasy managers shouldn't be worried that he'll miss the Week 4 contest against the Cleveland Browns. Unless he suffers some sort of setback later in the week, the 31-year-old running back should be considered a high-end RB2 in fantasy this week.

    From RotoBaller

    Jaylen Waddle Sep 28 5:30pm ET
    Jaylen Waddle

    Miami Dolphins wide receivers Jaylen Waddle (groin) and Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs, toe) are both listed as questionable to play on Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4. Waddle was listed as a DNP on Monday's estimated practice report before being limited the last two days. Wilson has been listed as limited all week. Fantasy managers will need to check back before Thursday's contest, but as long as Waddle is active, he's a must-start in fantasy lineups. He has three touchdowns through three weeks and has racked up 15 receptions on 25 targets for 273 yards and one TD in the last two games. If one or both of Waddle and Wilson were to sit out, Tyreek Hill would be heavily targeted, while rookie Erik Ezukanma and Trent Sherfield would have bigger roles in the passing attack.

    From RotoBaller

    Dalvin Cook Sep 28 5:30pm ET
    Dalvin Cook

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (shoulder) isn't practicing on Wednesday and is still considered day-to-day for the Week 4 game against the New Orleans Saints in London. The Vikings will try to at least get Cook some work in walk-throughs this week before making a decision on whether he will play on Sunday. It sounds like the 27-year-old won't do much this week, setting the stage for him to be a game-time decision early on Sunday. The good news is fantasy managers will know right away with the early start time, but they should have a backup plan in place in case he's inactive. Cook missed a game in 2021 with the same injury. If he can't go, Alexander Mattison will be a plug-and-play fantasy option.

    From RotoBaller

    Jonathan Taylor Sep 28 5:20pm ET
    Jonathan Taylor

    Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (toe) didn't practice on Wednesday, but it was reportedly for precautionary reasons after Taylor had some soreness coming out of the Week 3 win against the Kansas City Chiefs. "He'll be ready to roll," a source said about his availability for Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans. Fantasy managers should have the 23-year-old available for this weekend, but his practice status is worth watching the rest of the week. Taylor is a must-start whenever he's active, but it's possible that he could be somewhat limited against Tennessee if his toe is still bothering him. If Taylor were to ever miss any time, Nyheim Hines and Deon Jackson would split Indy's backfield work.

    From RotoBaller

    Tua Tagovailoa Sep 28 5:20pm ET
    Tua Tagovailoa

    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (ankle, back) is officially listed as questionable to play on Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals. He was listed as a DNP in Monday's estimated practice but has been limited the last two days. Despite getting pretty banged up in the Week 3 win over the Buffalo Bills, Tagovailoa plans to play in Week 4 on a short week. Fantasy managers shouldn't be expecting him to throw for six touchdowns again like he did in Week 2, but Tagovailoa should have all of his weapons available to him this week and should be viewed as a low-end QB1 for fantasy managers. Just make sure to check back before Thursday's game for confirmation that he's officially active.

    From RotoBaller

    Brett Maher Sep 28 3:30pm ET
    Brett Maher

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher is a solid kicking option in Week 4 fantasy lineups. Maher made three of his four field goal tries in Week 3, missing just a 59-yarder to close out the first half. He's had back-to-back solid performances and should once again see at least a few kicking options against the Washington Commanders. Maher is a solid fantasy kicker to roster and makes for a great streamer as well.

    From RotoBaller

    Carson Wentz Sep 28 3:30pm ET
    Carson Wentz

    The Dallas Cowboys defense makes for a strong fantasy option in a Week 4 matchup against the Washington Commanders. The Dallas pass rush has been excellent so far this season, sacking the quarterback six times in Week 2 then five times in Week 3. The Commanders offensive line won't be able to protect quarterback Carson Wentz for long, leading to likely sacks and forced throws that could fall into the hands of Cowboys defenders. There is top-three upside for this defense in Week 4 in fantasy, and a presumed high floor as well.

    From RotoBaller

    Christian McCaffrey Sep 28 3:10pm ET
    Christian McCaffrey

    Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (thigh) missed Wednesday's practice. The superstar running back has dealt with injuries the past several years, missing 23 of the past 36 games because of various injuries. Despite his long list of injuries, fantasy players shouldn't be concerned about McCaffrey's availability for the Week 4 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. The veteran running back has popped on the injury report a few times this season but hasn't missed any games. However, fantasy players should explore potential replacement options if McCaffrey misses practice again on Thursday and Friday.

    From RotoBaller

    Travis Homer Sep 28 3:00pm ET
    Travis Homer

    Seattle Seahawks running back Travis Homer (ribs) was placed on injured reserve. The fourth-year back suffered the rib injury last week in Seattle's 27-23 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. He hasn't played much of a role in the backfield, scoring only 7.1 half-point PPR fantasy points this season. However, the loss of Homer opens up more snaps and opportunities for Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker III. Over the first two weeks of the year, Homer played 39.4% of the snaps. With him out for at least the next four games, Penny and Walker should earn most of those snaps.

    From RotoBaller

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