Here are some players you should stash in Week 4 of Fantasy Football. Also, you can hope that someone in your league will look at the waiver reports and discover their target player is already on your roster.
Despite not fitting into the categories listed, Jameson Williams, whose punishment was reduced to four games, deserves to be called a stockpile. He is a stash because he is not ready to play until Week 5. However, he is worth the wait. Last year, he only caught one pass in six games. This year, he has been sidelined by a hamstring ailment. Also, he has not participated in team practices. According to white label sportsbook reports, he will have much influence this week. Fortunately, the second part of the season is where his potential shines.
Week 4 Fantasy Football Report
Among the rookies on last week’s list, only Rashee Rice did not have his roster percentage increase by more than 90 percent. Since he is playing on an island this week, it may happen. According to the Sports Interaction sources, he recently surpassed 50 percent of the snaps played and is a top performer per route run. If he starts seeing regular playing time for the Chiefs, Fantasy managers will have no choice but to roster him.
Despite catching only 9.5% of targets, Marvin Mims has amassed 24.7% of the Broncos’ receiving yards this year. That kind of output eventually must result in more significant playing time for him. While Russell Wilson claims the rookie has no ceiling, I see Tyler Lockett in his play and think it would be a great target.
According to sports news reports, Miles Sanders is doubtful to play after missing significant pre-season time due to a groin ailment. If Sanders were to go down, Hubbard’s 6.5 yards per carry in limited play would make him a top-20 running back.
Rico Dowdle’s Week 3 performance of 46 yards and a score earned him a promotion from the “deep-league” category.
Around Week 9, Tony Pollard will likely hit a new career high in touches. If he gets injured or cannot play, Dowdle should get the start as a running back.