Eight teams are winless (at least one in every division except the NFC North). Ten teams have lost at least two in a row (not including those who tied last week). And half of this week’s games feature a point total of over 50. This should be the week where defenses start to catch up to the offenses, which might make for some frustrating Fantasy outcomes. Pay real close attention to the teams that normally have good defenses but haven’t shown it so far — the Vikings and Texans are two examples.
Here are my start, sit, sleeper, and bust calls for every game in Week 4 based on what we’ve learned through the first two games, and if you need more lineup help, check out Jamey Eisenberg’s Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em, plus Heath Cummings’ Week 4 previews for quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end. And, if you need to make a trade, the trade values chart can help make sure you’re a winner.
All lines from William Hill Sportsbook.
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