|Acquired||Joker 1.1||Baltimore Ravens D/ST BAL||Sun Oct 1 12:04am ET|
|Acquired||STATS10||Justin Watson WR KC||Sun Oct 1 12:04am ET|
|Released||Joker 1.1||Baker Mayfield QB TB||Sun Oct 1 12:04am ET|
|Released||Real Imitation Butter||Mike Williams WR LAC||Sun Oct 1 12:04am ET|
|Acquired||Real Imitation Butter||Wan'Dale Robinson WR NYG||Sun Oct 1 12:04am ET|
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Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon ran for 67 yards off 14 carries during the loss to the Titans on Sunday. He added a catch for nine yards. The former Oklahoma Sooner found the end zone for the first time this season in the win over the Rams on Monday night. However, he failed to score a touchdown in Week 4, which has been the norm throughout the year. At this point, many have lost patience with Mixon, especially after coming off a subpar 2022-23 campaign. But his ceiling is still higher than most in the National Football League, so it will be hard to bench him against the Cardinals in Week 5.
Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee had another solid outing in the team's 29-23 win against the Indianapolis Colts. The 30-year-old recently got a new contract and immediately led the team in targets in Week 4. Higbee caught five of his 11 targets for 64 yards, including a 33-yard catch to end the first half. After a slow start to the season, Higbee has caught 10 passes on 16 targets over the last two games and is finally showing his fantasy value. He should be treated as a mid-range TE1 while facing the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 5.
San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey had a monster day against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon at Levi's Stadium. The explosive second-generation NFL talent had 20 carries for 106 yards and three touchdowns to go with seven receptions on eight targets for 71 yards and a touchdown. He came into the game needing one touchdown to break Jerry Rice's franchise record for most consecutive games with a touchdown and got it out of the way with 9:07 left in the first quarter. Next up for McCaffrey is a tough home matchup against a fierce Dallas Cowboys defense where he'll remain a high-end RB1 regardless.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert caught two of four targets for 25 yards during the team's 34-31 overtime win over the Washington Commanders. While the matchup was terrible on paper for the 28-year-old tight end, 2023 has not been a fun ride overall for fantasy managers. Goedert has caught 13 of 19 targets for just 88 yards through four games, averaging just 6.8 yards per reception. For context, the sixth-year tight end caught 16 of 20 targets for 240 yards and a touchdown through the first four games last season. The matchup for Goedert doesn't get any better next week, as the Rams' defense is top-tier against fantasy tight ends thus far in 2023. It would be best to look for a different option until the Eagles can find a way to involve their talented tight end properly.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow threw 165 yards off 20-for-30 passing during the blowout loss to the Titans in Week 4. The signal-caller downplayed his lingering calf issue heading into this contest, so fantasy managers assumed he'd have his best showing of the year. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case, with the Bengals dropping their third game of the 2023-24 campaign. It's hard to say for certain what's going on with Burrow and the Bengals offense. However, most remain optimistic Cincinnati will turn things around sooner rather than later, possibly as early as the Week 5 meeting with the Arizona Cardinals, meaning Burrow can stay starting in every fantasy format imaginable. On the other hand, it's not unreasonable to bench the former LSU Tiger until he turns things around.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith caught seven of nine targets for 78 yards during the team's 34-31 overtime win over the Washington Commanders. The 24-year-old has been much quieter over the past few weeks compared to his hot two-game start. However, Smith's target share rose to nine this week, his second most of the season, as the Eagles needed to play up-tempo and pass often with an underwhelming performance from their defense. The 78 yards were the second-most the third-year receiver has posted through four games. Smith will continue to be a solid WR2 option for fantasy managers, even against a better-than-advertised Los Angeles Rams defense next week.
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara returned from his three-game suspension on Sunday to dominate backfield touches immediately. The veteran running back also dominated in target share (36.8%), hauling in 13 receptions for 33 yards in addition to carrying the ball 11 times for 51 yards. Seeing 24 touches was encouraging in his first game of the season even if he was not the most efficient with his work, and the veteran should be a mainstay in lineups going forward as a RB2.
Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift took 14 carries for 56 yards and a touchdown, adding four receptions on as many targets for 23 yards during the team's 34-31 overtime victory over the Washington Commanders. The 24-year-old returned to earth after averaging 6.9 yards per carry and gaining over 125 yards on the ground the past two weeks, but he found the end zone and gave fantasy managers another solid performance. Swift against out-touched teammate Kenneth Gainwell 18 to six, cementing his status as the clear top back in Philadelphia. Next week's matchup against the Los Angeles Rams is no walk in the park, but the former Detroit Lion will be a solid RB2 in Week 5.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Tutu Atwell finally came back down to earth in the team's Week 4 win against the Indianapolis Colts. The 23-year-old out of Louisville did have nine targets for the third straight game but caught just five of them for 24 yards. Matthew Stafford continued to go his way and has shown trust in Atwell down the field. Despite having his worst performance through the first four games of the season, Atwell is a viable WR3/flex play in the team's Week 5 matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Minnesota Vikings tight end T.J. Hockenson caught just two of three targets for 24 yards in the team's 21-13 win over the Panthers. Hockenson was outpaced by Justin Jefferson in targets once again, but it proved to be detrimental in this one as Kirk Cousins attempted just 19 passes. Fantasy managers shouldn't be worried about his lack of production in this one, as the Vikings figure to continue being one of the more pass-heavy offenses despite what was on display in Week 4. Hockenson should be treated as an elite TE1 option in Week 5 in what should be a high-scoring affair with the Chiefs.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown caught nine of 13 targets for 175 yards and two touchdowns during the team's 34-31 overtime win over the Washington Commanders. The 26-year-old led the receiver corps in targets by a wide margin for the second week in a row and had an even bigger performance while catching his first two touchdowns of the season. Fantasy managers' fears that Brown was taking a back seat to teammate DeVonta Smith have been quelled. The fifth-year receiver will travel to Los Angeles next week to take on a better than previously thought Rams defense, which ranks toward the top of the league against fantasy wide receivers. With that said, Brown will be a must-start in that matchup.
Los Angeles Rams running back Ronnie Rivers had a surprising role in the team's Week 4 win against the Indianapolis Colts. The Fresno St. product rushed nine times for 47 yards and caught his only two targets for 10 yards. While Kyren Williams is the clear lead-back on the team, Rivers is carving out a role for himself in the offense and should be on fantasy radars. He likely won't be startable unless Williams goes down, but is worth a stash on your bench. Rivers faces the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 5 and will look to increase his usage.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr (shoulder) quickly returned from the injury he suffered last week to start against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 4. New Orleans fell 26-9 to their divisional rival, and Carr struggled in the loss. The veteran completed 23-of-37 passes for 127 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. He did not look completely healthy and the offense looked stagnant against a tough Tampa defense. Carr will look to bounce back in Week 5 against a hot Houston Texans team.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb scored a touchdown in a Week 4 win over the New England Patriots. With the Cowboys dominating on defense once again, the offense didn't need to do much, but Lamb caught four passes on six targets for 36 yards. His touchdown came on a 20-yard pass from Dak Prescott at the end of the first quarter. Lamb should be back on his WR1 trajectory in a Week 5 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard had a mediocre game in a Week 4 win over the New England Patriots. With the Cowboys defense dominating throughout, the Cowboys didn't need to run their best plays with their best players on offense, ending up with Pollard taking just 11 carries for 47 scoreless yards. He added three catches for 13 yards on three targets. There were 15 other running plays out of the Cowboys backfield that didn't involve Pollard. Week 5 should be a closer game against the San Francisco 49ers, making Pollard a likely RB1 in that matchup.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy was on point Sunday at Levi's Stadium as he led his team to a 35-16 victory against the Arizona Cardinals. Purdy, 23, completed all but one of his 21 pass attempts for 283 yards, a touchdown, and no interceptions. He also added a fourth-quarter touchdown on a quarterback sneak. The performance marks the 12th straight victory for Purdy and he still hasn't thrown an interception in 112 attempts this season. Next up is a tough test for Purdy as he faces an elite Dallas Cowboys defense in a huge Week 5 Sunday night contest.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts completed 25 of 37 passes for 319 yards and two touchdowns while adding nine carries for 34 yards during the team's 34-31 overtime victory over the Washington Commanders. It was the 25-year-old's best game of the season as a passer, and he helped lead the Eagles to a victory with an underwhelming performance from their defense. This was another top-10 performance for fantasy purposes, even if Hurts did not add much to his total on the ground. The fourth-year quarterback is matchup-proof and will be a must-start next week against the Los Angeles Rams, even though they are one of the top defenses against fantasy quarterbacks through four weeks.
Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison carried the ball 17 times for 95 yards and caught his lone target for three yards in the team's 21-13 win over the Panthers in Week 4. Mattison has looked solid in the past two games and looks to be the clear No. 1 option in the Vikings backfield despite the acquisition of Cam Akers. He had a favorable matchup against a porous Panthers' run defense in this one, but fantasy managers should continue to count on him moving forward as he should be in for a sizeable workload. The 25-year-old looks to be a solid RB2 option in Week 5 in what could be a high-scoring matchup with the Chiefs.
Los Angeles Rams running back Kyren Williams continued his dominance in the team's 29-23 overtime win against the Indianapolis Colts. The second-year back rushed 25 times for 103 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, along with catching all three of his targets for 24 yards. Williams has further solidified himself as the team's workhorse and is an every-week start going forward, regardless of the matchup. He now faces a tough Eagles defense in Week 5, who have not allowed any player to rush over 50 yards this season. Considering his receiving upside and role, Williams is still a must-start and low-end RB2 for Week 5.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jake Ferguson led the Cowboys in all receiving categories in a Week 4 win over the New England Patriots. Ferguson caught seven passes on seven targets for 77 yards. He led the team in targets, catches, and receiving yards. Ferguson has yet to put up any particularly big games, but has built a solid floor and should be a weekly low-end TE1 going forward.
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|Baby O-3||Sun Oct 1 8:42pm ET|
|Joker 1.1||Sun Oct 1 7:41pm ET|
|rosco||Sun Oct 1 7:29pm ET|
|Cincinnati Insane||Sun Oct 1 5:23pm ET|
|KAJS_5||Sun Oct 1 12:04pm ET|
|FantasyInc||Sun Oct 1 11:35am ET|
|CRUNCHY||Sun Oct 1 2:40am ET|
|slither||Sun Oct 1 1:46am ET|
|STATS10||Sat Sep 30 12:36pm ET|
|Real Imitation Butte||Fri Sep 29 8:03pm ET|
|Dr. A's Fanboys||Fri Sep 29 4:11pm ET|
|Effit||Wed Sep 27 10:40pm ET|
|Commissioner||Thu Jun 8 11:15am ET|