Fantasy football Player Projections: Breaking down Week 4

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After an unimpressive game in San Francisco, Andrew Luck will step it up this week against the Jaguars.

After an unimpressive game in San Francisco, Andrew Luck will step it up this week against the Jaguars.

Fantasy Player Projections: Week 4

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Quarterbacks

    1. 1
    2. Peyton

      Manning

      Broncos vs Eagles

      QB

    3. PASS YDS409

    4. PASS TD4

    5. INT0

    6. RUSH YDS0

    7. RUSH TD0

    The Broncos play Dallas next week, but get Jacksonville, Indy and Washington the following three weeks. Manning could have 2,500 yards and 25 TDs heading into their Week 9 bye.
    1. 2
    2. Andrew

      Luck

      Colts at Jaguars

      QB

    3. PASS YDS356

    4. PASS TD3

    5. INT1

    6. RUSH YDS29

    7. RUSH TD0

    Luck's numbers weren't all that impressive against the Niners last week, but he continued to make plays on the ground. He'll make it up to his owners this week.
    1. 3
    2. Terrelle

      Pryor

      Raiders vs Redskins

      QB

    3. PASS YDS280

    4. PASS TD1

    5. INT1

    6. RUSH YDS44

    7. RUSH TD1

    Pryor had a productive fantasy day against Denver, but left after suffering a concussion late. Keep an eye on his practice schedule this week.

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Running Backs

    1. 1
    2. Jamaal

      Charles

      Chiefs vs Giants

      RB

    3. RUSH YDS102

    4. RUSH TD1

    5. REC YDS62

    6. REC TD1

    Charles totaled 172 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown last week and looms as a huge threat for the Giants.
    1. 2
    2. Adrian

      Peterson

      Vikings vs Steelers

      RB

    3. RUSH YDS124

    4. RUSH TD2

    5. REC YDS32

    6. REC TD0

    Peterson has turned in strong fantasy games every week, but he has been forced to grind out every single yard. He'll finally find consistent room in London this week.
    1. 3
    2. LeSean

      McCoy

      Eagles at Broncos

      RB

    3. RUSH YDS63

    4. RUSH TD1

    5. REC YDS46

    6. REC TD1

    Three weeks, three absolute monster games for McCoy. The trend continues this week.

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Wide Receivers

    1. 1
    2. Calvin

      Johnson

      Lions vs Bears

      WR

    3. REC YDS134

    4. REC TD2

    Johnson caught seven passes for 115 yards and a TD in Washington last week and has to be licking his chops after seeing what Antonio Brown did to the Bears last week.
    1. 2
    2. Demaryius

      Thomas

      Broncos vs Eagles

      WR

    3. REC YDS114

    4. REC TD2

    Thomas had 10 catches for 94 yards against the Raiders. It'll be his turn to be the big star among the receivers this week.
    1. 3
    2. Reggie

      Wayne

      Colts at Jaguars

      WR

    3. REC YDS103

    4. REC TD2

    Wayne will have his biggest day of the season to date, as the Colts should be able to handle the Jaguars with ease.

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Tight Ends

    1. 1
    2. Jimmy

      Graham

      Saints vs Dolphins

      TE

    3. REC YDS108

    4. REC TD1

    There is no stopping this guy. Period.
    1. 2
    2. Jared

      Cook

      Rams vs 49ers

      TE

    3. REC YDS82

    4. REC TD1

    Cook had seven targets a week ago, and with the Niners down at least one star linebacker, he could exploit some holes in the defense.
    1. 3
    2. Owen

      Daniels

      Texans vs Seahawks

      TE

    3. REC YDS78

    4. REC TD1

    Daniels got nine targets last week, and I think Matt Schaub will rely on him this week against a tough Seattle defense.

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Kickers

    1. 1
    2. Greg

      Zuerlein

      Rams vs 49ers

      K

    3. PAT1

    4. FG4

    Playing at home against a solid defense, Zuerlein could be in for a big night.
    1. 2
    2. Dan

      Bailey

      Cowboys at Chargers

      K

    3. PAT3

    4. FG3

    Bailey had a quiet day, making a 19-yard field goal and missing his other attempt from 35 yards. He's still a guy I'd start confidently every week, though.
    1. 3
    2. Steven

      Hauschka

      Seahawks at Texans

      K

    3. PAT2

    4. FG3

    Houston's defense did a great job limiting the Ravens to field goals last week, something Hauschka's owners are no doubt hoping for on Sunday.

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Defenses

    1. 1
    2. Chiefs

      vs Giants

      Chiefs vs Giants

      DEFENSE

    3. PTS ALLOWED14

    4. SACKS5

    5. INT2

    6. TD0

    The Chiefs turned in the most impressive defensive performance of the season to date in Week 3, shutting down the previously unstoppable Michael Vick. They look like a D you'll want to start regardless of matchup.
    1. 2
    2. Cowboys

      at Chargers

      Cowboys at Chargers

      DEFENSE

    3. PTS ALLOWED17

    4. SACKS3

    5. INT3

    6. TD0

    Dallas has been one of the best defenses in the league this year, notching 13 sacks and seven takeaways through three games. I think it's in for another big game this week.
    1. 3
    2. Bengals

      at Browns

      Bengals at Browns

      DEFENSE

    3. PTS ALLOWED10

    4. SACKS4

    5. INT2

    6. TD0

    Cincinnati surrendered 30 points to the Packers, but limited Aaron Rodgers to 5.7 YPA and made enough plays to have a big fantasy day. That will continue in Cleveland.

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