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The Buffalo Bills defense utterly wrecked the game in Week 3's 37-3 pounding of the Washington Commanders for a whopping nine sacks and four interceptions. Terrel Bernard picked one off when quarterback Sam Howell forced a pass over the middle on third-and-19 in the first quarter. Micah Hyde then cut off a wobbly pass near the first half's end for another. Tre'Davious White joined the party with an end-zone pick on the first drive out of half before A.J. Epenesa finally put the game on ice with a late pick-six. Buffalo's D is missing star safety Jordan Poyer (knee) on top of Von Miller (knee) for Week 4's date with the Miami Dolphins. Fantasy managers may want to chase last Sunday's 34-point effort, but they could probably find better streaming options on waiver wires than the Bills unit with Miami allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game (1.67) to opposing defenses.
New England Patriots running back Ezekiel Elliott is not a reliable fantasy option ahead of his revenge game against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. The veteran's usage has been inconsistent this season; he had just 13 yards in Week 2 but averaged 5.0 YPC on 16 rushes last Sunday. It also goes without saying that the Patriots have a tough matchup and Elliott will continue to operate as the No. 2 option behind Rhamondre Stevenson. In his return to Dallas, the 28-year-old should be viewed as a high-end fantasy RB4.
Buffalo Bills kicker Tyler Bass had a busy first half in last Sunday's 37-3 rout of the Washington Commanders, making good on his first 36-yard attempt of the game. Bass then nailed a 54-yard try right down the middle at the first half's two-minute warning before pushing another 34-yard boot through on Buffalo's last drive of the half following a takeaway. The fourth-year man is now a flawless 17-for-17 on all kicks this season, and next takes on the Miami Dolphins in Week 4. Scoring chances should be bountiful in Sunday's divisional battle, so fantasy managers can lock in Bass arguably as the slate's top kicking selection.
New England Patriots tight end Hunter Henry is primed to bounce back against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. Though he mustered just two catches for 17 yards last Sunday, his poor performance can be blamed on rainy weather, especially considering he amassed 108 yards and two touchdowns through the first two games of the year. With the benefits of a dome and potential negative game script versus Dallas, Henry has a chance to thrive. He should continue to be one of Mac Jones' top targets, ranking as a mid-range fantasy TE1.
New England Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson should be started in most fantasy leagues despite a tough matchup against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. The 25-year-old has struggled with efficiency this season, mustering just 2.91 yards per carry, but has managed to rank as the overall RB18, largely thanks to his passing-game usage (10 receptions on 13 targets through three weeks). If the Patriots find themselves playing behind against a tough Dallas defense, Stevenson could carve out a significant receiving role. He's a mid-to-low fantasy RB2 at the moment.
Los Angeles Chargers star free safety Derwin James (hamstring) was unable to practice all week and is doubtful to suit up this Sunday for a Week 4 matchup against the division-rival Las Vegas Raiders. The Bolts defense could be quite short-handed this weekend, with star pass-rusher Joey Bosa (hamstring, toe) and safety Alohi Gilman (heel) questionable and cornerback Deane Leonard (hamstring) and safety JT Woods already ruled out. Despite the injuries, the Chargers defense could catch a break if Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo doesn't clear the NFL's concussion protocol. At best, the Chargers D is a streaming option in fantasy leagues, but if Jimmy G is ruled out, they'll become much more attractive.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby (knee) is listed as questionable for the Week 4 divisional clash on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. The good news, though, is that the Pro Bowl pass-rusher put in a limited practice on Friday after being a DNP on Thursday. The Raiders defense won't have linebacker Curtis Bolton (knee), and safety Roderic Teamer (Achilles), defensive end Malcolm Koonce (groin) and cornerback Nate Hobbs (ankle) are all questionable as well. Crosby is the big name for Vegas' defense, but even if he plays, the Raiders could be short-handed this Sunday against a strong Chargers offense led by quarterback Justin Herbert. The Raiders defense/special teams unit wasn't on the streaming radar to begin with in fantasy football this week.
New England Patriots wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is not on the fantasy radar ahead of Week 4 versus the Dallas Cowboys. The offseason addition has been a major disappointment and mustered just five yards on one catch last week. He seems to have lost some trust among the Patriots' coaching staff and continues to be out-produced by Kendrick Bourne and DeVante Parker. You can leave Smith-Schuster on fantasy waivers (or drop him if you haven't done so already).
Buffalo Bills running back Latavius Murray appears to have leapfrogged Damien Harris as the squad's primary change-of-pace runner behind starter James Cook. The 33-year-old has out-snapped Harris in three straight weeks, leading the Bills backfield with eight red-zone touches this season. With no greater than eight overall touches or 31 total yards in any of these three contests, Murray remains one of fantasy's most touchdown-dependent RB4/FLEX desperation plays behind the hyper-efficient Cook. Cook could start eating into Murray's high-value touches if he maintains his strong early-season play, but Murray is at least the preferred Buffalo handcuff to roster over Harris at the moment.
New England Patriots wide receiver DeVante Parker is difficult to trust in fantasy football ahead of his Week 4 clash against the Dallas Cowboys. For starters, Dallas has a strong defense that could impose its will against New England on Sunday. Additionally, although Parker played 76 percent of offensive snaps last week, he caught just two passes for 19 yards. Perhaps his poor production can be blamed on rainy conditions, but other potential explanations also exist. It's incredibly possible that no Patriots wide receiver can be trusted in fantasy football, as has been the case in years past. If you're rostering Parker, leave him on the bench this Sunday.
Buffalo Bills tight end Dalton Kincaid's usage fell victim to Week 3's 37-3 destruction of the Washington Commanders, catching both of targets for a meager three yards. The highlight of the 23-year-old's three-game profile shows the fifth-most slot snaps (62) at his position. Besides that, there hasn't been much special to see out of Kincaid yet across his first three career contests. But the 2023 first-round pick will try to break out in a Week 4 meeting with the Miami Dolphins that should supply plenty of scoring opportunities. Miami has given up the eighth-highest fantasy points per game (14.37) to his position, but Kincaid is still more TE2 than TE1 unless Buffalo opts to phase out Dawson Knox, who has four red-zone targets to Kincaid's two, from the passing game a bit.
New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones should be avoided in most fantasy leagues ahead of his Week 4 clash with the Dallas Cowboys. While Jones owns a respectable 64.8 percent completion rate and five-to-two touchdown-to-interception ratio, he's an unappealing option given his matchup and suboptimal fantasy production over the last two weeks. Week 5 versus New Orleans represents another tough task for the young quarterback, though he should be able to get back on track in Week 6 against the Raiders, at the latest.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Pat Freiermuth was able to find the end zone for the second time this season in Week 3. The big tight end hasn't seen a heavy volume of targets, which has made him mainly touchdown dependent in fantasy leagues. The lack of targets is a bit concerning considering the Steelers are still without Diontae Johnson (hamstring) who is on the injured reserve. Right now, Freiermuth appears to be the No. 2 option behind George Pickens. That being said, he should continue to see a handful of targets. He'll get a favorable matchup versus the Houston Texans in Week 4. Fantasy managers can put Freiermuth on the TE2 radar for this week.
New England Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Bourne is an unreliable fantasy option heading into Week 4 versus the Dallas Cowboys. It's no secret that Dallas has a tough defense and should make it difficult for Mac Jones and co. to get much done on Sunday. It should also be noted that while Bourne leads the team in targets, catches, and yards, his season stats are skewed by an explosive Week 1 performance in which he scored two touchdowns. Bourne has 75 yards over his last two games and played just 56 percent of snaps last week. You can leave him on your bench for the time being.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren continues to see an increased usage each week. In Week 3, Warren saw a 45.2 percent snap share, which was his largest of the season. Despite that, both Warren and Najee Harris have struggled on the ground early in the season. Warren has been the better fantasy option between the two due to his receiving ability. However, both backs should have better games versus the Houston Texans defense in Week 4. A defensive unit that has allowed a league-high seven touchdowns on the ground through three games. The expectation is that these two will continue to split up the reps, so neither player has great value. Warren should be able to carry low-end flex value in PPR formats.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis left his mark with a 35-yard touchdown catch on four targets in Week 3's 37-3 flattening of the Washington Commanders. The 24-year-old's receiving line last Sunday delineated why he's widely regarded as one of fantasy's most inconsistent assets. Week 4's hosting of the Miami Dolphins could be a high-scoring setting where Davis' boom-or-bust prospects are more inclined to offer fantasy explosiveness. With that said, the erratic deep threat has lived up to the moniker in six career games against the Fins, totaling three touchdowns with a 100-yard and targetless outing mixed in during this bumpy span. Though his play style offers a wide range of potential weekly outcomes, consider Davis a WR3 with WR2 upside who remains more enticing in DFS tournaments in this attractive game environment.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris has failed to do much on the ground early in the season. In fact, Harris has yet to score a touchdown or top 65 rushing yards in a single game through three contests. It's also worth noting that Jaylen Warren continues to be involved in the backfield as well. That being said, Harris will need to pick up the slack or risk losing more snaps to Harris. Luckily, Harris does have a favorable matchup versus the Houston Texans in Week 4. A defensive unit that has given up a league-most seven rushing touchdowns this season. Fantasy managers can be hopeful that Harris will be able to provide RB2 value in this above average matchup.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Carlton Davis (toe) is tagged as questionable for the Week 4 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. The Bucs are hopeful to get Davis back this week after he has missed each of the last two games. He was able to get in a full practice on Thursday before being limited on Friday. The Bucs secondary could certainly use Davis on the field with Jamel Dean (neck) already ruled out. This secondary could be in danger if both Davis and Dean are sidelined for the Monday night matchup.
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook has presented very promising results so far this year, registering at least 16 touches in each of his three opening games. The 24-year-old's role in handling base work and the bulk of targets (13) out of the Bills backfield has lent itself to a relatively high fantasy floor. Cook's five red-zone touches still trail trusted veteran Latavius Murray (eight) in this area, which remains problematic for his ceiling. Buffalo's encouraging combination of positive game script and strong run blocking should eventually yield higher-scoring returns out of Cook, who saw some more high-value touches in Week 3 after getting zero in the season opener. With the 2022 second-rounder ranking third in rushing yards (267) on the young season, treat Cook as an RB2 with RB1 upside in Week 4 against a Miami Dolphins defense that has allowed the sixth-most ground yards to RBs (337) this year.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Carlton Davis (toe) is considered a game-time decision for the Week 4 game, according to head coach Todd Bowles.
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