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Kyle Orton (DEN): Will be very unlikely the Broncos will have much success running the ball against the Packers in Week 4. It will up to Kyle Orton to keep his team from being blown out.

Tim Hightower (WAS): Continues to look good in a Redskins uniform despite the Rookie Roy Helu playing well behind him.

Daniel Thomas (MIA): Has been great for the struggling Miami team since in the last two weeks. More effective runner than Reggie Bush and also a good pass catcher; Sparano is playing for his job.

Lance Moore (NO): Brees himself made sure Moore was kept on the Saints roster during the off season and everyone saw why in week three when he was targeted double digit times going for over 80 yards and a TD. Colston may be back in the lineup but Moore will still have lots of balls coming his way.

Eric Decker (DEN): Denver is going to need to throw the ball to keep up with Green Bay, Decker has looked very impressive early this season and likely wont have Charles Woodson on him.

Brandon Pettigrew (DET): A favorite target of MAtt Stafford in week 3 after watching Tony Scheffler catch TD’s on week 1 and 2. Look for him to have more games with close to double digit targets.

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Matt Ryan (ATL): I don’t care much for Matt Ice, and think he might have a quiet week when the Falcons play the Seahawks. The Seahawks struggle weakly but tend not to give up a lot of pass yards.

Ben-Jarvis Green-Ellis (NE): Was stuffed regularly in week 3 while Steven Ridley was able to run 6 times for 7 yards per carry. The time share in New England might become a problem for BJGE owners.

Steven Jackson (STL): I still won’t be trusting him this week against Washington despite their ability to give up yards on the ground. Injuries and sharing touches with Cadillac Williams will keep his yards down and likely out of the end zone.

Chad Ochocinco (NE): Dropped a 41-yard TD pass in week 3 that had fans and fantasy owners groaning. Don’t expect Belicheck or Brady to put up with play like that for long.

Nate Washington (TEN): Kenny Britt out, Nate Washington in. Nate is no where near the quality of WR that Britt is so I don’t expect the same type of production. Hasselbeck has been a top 15 QB through the first 3 weeks, but that can largely be attributed to the play of Britt.

Fred Davis (WAS): Chris Cooley is back and played well in week 3; I would question starting Davis besides in very deep leagues

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3 thoughts on “Sit ’em Start ’em Week 4

  1. First off i like ur website and agree with most of the stuff you write. Only one i disagree with this week is Matt Ryan, He’s a good QB and if i had him on my roster i’d play him. (my QB’s stafford, Eli, Cam)

    • Ryan certainly is a gamble for my sit list, hopefully he sucks it up though and I look like a genius haha.
      You have 3 solid QBs there, weekly starters in Staffar\od and Eli who both have good matchups this week, I’ve been reading a lot of good thing about Eli this week. Hard to say if Newton will throw for 400 yards again anytime soon

  2. Update on Daniels: Hamstring flare-up may make him a dangerous gamble against SD. Agree on Davis (even though I have him) being potential boom or bust material with Cooley back, but a lousy St. Louis secondary makes him hard not to want to start.

    Steven Jackson is another high-risk/high-reward player. I half-agree with you on that one as a result =D

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