Fantasy Football: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em Recommendations for Week 4


WRs to Start in Week 4

Browns’ Jarvis Landry (vs. Raiders): Jarvis Landry is always a must start in PPR leagues. Landry should see an uptick in production, with Mayfield being under center now. He is a WR who’s targeted a lot, being the fifth most targeted WR in the NFL. This week he gets a struggling Raiders defense, who allows the fifth most points to WRs. Like Landry would say “bless’m”.

Bears’ Allen Robinson (vs. Buccaneers): Allen Robinson is the only WR to trust on the Bears offense. Robinson hasn’t had a great start to the season, failing to reach the end zone yet this year. That can change this week against a thin Buccaneers secondary, who has allowed the third most points to opposing WRs.

Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders (vs. Chiefs): Emmanuel Sanders is clearly the favorite WR for Case Keenum. Sanders has had a decent start to the year, being the sixth best fantasy WR so far this season. This week he should continue his success against the Kansas City Chiefs, who allow the seventh most points to WRs.

Under the Radar WRs

Ravens’ John Brown (vs. Steelers): Like I said before, the Steelers can’t stop the pass if their lives depended on it. John Brown should have tons of success this week against their division rivals. Brown has scored 13 or more points in each game this year. That’ll likely continue against the Steelers, who allow the fourth most points to WRs.

Giants’ Sterling Shepard (vs. Saints): The New York Giants offense finally woke up last week. Sterling Shepard was a recipient of an Eli Manning touchdown in Week 4. With Odell Beckham and Saquon Barkley on your team, you might struggle to find touches. There should be plenty of touches to go around this week against the Saints, who allow the most points to WRs.

WRs to Sit in Week 4

Jets’ Quincy Enunwa (vs. Jaguars): Quincy Enunwa is clearly the best WR on the New York Jets offense. It’s hard to trust much of this offense, as the rookie, Sam Darnold is starting at QB. It’ll be a tough week for the Jets to get anything going against the Jaguars, who allow the sixth least amount of points to WRs.

Lions’ Marvin Jones (vs. Cowboys): Marvin Jones ceiling could be lowered with the emergence of Kenny Golladay. Jones relies on big plays now to be fantasy relevant, averaging 14.5 yards per receptions, with just 12 catches on the year. This week he’s up against the Dallas Cowboys, who allow the third least amount of points to WRs.