Talking Fantasy: Who’s Hot?

Welcome back everyone! It is week four in the NFL and you know what that means, it’s time for another round of Fantasy Football Sleepers. So here’s my list for this week, I hope you enjoy!


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Matt Ryan (ATL) – Matt Ryan has not had a great season thus far but he could easily turn it around against a Washington team that has not lived up to the defensive hype before the season started. WFT is giving up over 300+ passing yards and two TDs a game! The veteran signal-caller should have a nice day against that lineup.

Ryan Tannehill (TEN)
– Tannehill will not have his top two pass catchers, AJ Brown and Julio Jones, but he is still facing a New York Jets team that has lost the last two games by a combined score of 51-6! Need I say more?

Big Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) – Ben has not had a great start to the season, however he faces a Green Bay defense that has given up the fifth-most fantasy points to QBs this year. I could see a bounce back game from the vet.


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Zack Moss (BUF) – Moss has scored three times in the last two games and gets a friendly Houston Texans defense giving up the ninth-most fantasy points to RBs this year.

Nyheim Hines (IND)
– Hines’ progression has steadily moved up the charts this year. He has 182 scrimmage yards so far and goes against the Miami Dolphins, who have allowed over 500+ scrimmage yards to RBs this year. He should get his, easily.

Miles Sanders (PHI) – Sanders didn’t record many touches last week, five to be exact, but he should be involved more since KC is giving up 160 rushing yards per game.


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Nelson Agholor (NE) – Nelson has less than 40 total yards over his last two games, but he gets a great matchup against a TB defense that gives up the most yards to WRs per game this year. Additionally, I feel NE falls behind early and has to air it out all day to catch up.

Jaylen Waddle (MIA) – Waddle faces an Indy defense that has allowed the firth-most fantasy points to WRs this year.

Courtland Sutton (DEN)
– Sutton has a great matchup against a BAL defense that ranks 30th in passing yards allowed in 2021.


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Kyle Pitts (ATL) – Pitts has not broken out like everyone thought he would so far, but he is still taking 80% of the snaps and is due to have a break out game. Why not against a bad Washington defense?

Dawson Knox (BUF) – Knox faces a Houston defense that is allowing the firth-most fantasy points to TEs this year. Josh Allen must surely be aware of that heading into kickoff.

Pat Freiermuth (PIT) – Yes you read that correctly — Pat has a great matchup against a Green Bay defense giving up the third-most fantasy points to TEs this year.


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Corey Davis (NYJ) – Davis faces an Indy defense that is allowing the third-most fantasy points to WRs this year. If Zach Wilson can make some smart decisions with the ball, I like Davis this week.

Kenny Golladay (NYG) – Golladay should be poised for a big game with both Shepard and Slayton sidelined. New Orleans is also giving up over 240+ passing yards per game.

Odell Beckham Jr (CLE) – OBJ takes on a Detroit defense that is giving up the third-most fantasy points to WRs this year.


There you have it folks! Another week in the books and another week to set your fantasy lineups accordingly. As always, have fun and good luck with you fantasy leagues.

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