Week 4 Fantasy Football Rankings 2019

Welcome to the week 4 fantasy football rankings! The following rankings have taken into account all of the most recent injuries and week 3 performances. These rankings are all based on 4pt passing and .5 PPR settings and are all backed by intense data modeling to give you the best chance at winning. Use the rankings as your guide for stat sit decisions and good luck in week 4!

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  1. Patrick Mahomes KC at DET
  2. Deshaun Watson HOU vs. CAR
  3. Russell Wilson SEA at ARI
  4. Dak Prescott DAL at NO
  5. Aaron Rodgers GB vs. PHI
  6. Lamar Jackson BAL vs. CLE
  7. Jared Goff LAR vs. TB
  8. Philip Rivers LAC at MIA
  9. Tom Brady NE at BUF
  10. Matt Ryan ATL vs. TEN
  11. Kyler Murray ARI vs. SEA
  12. Daniel Jones NYG vs. WAS
  13. Carson Wentz PHI at GB
  14. Josh Allen BUF vs. NE
  15. Matthew Stafford DET vs. KC
  16. Jameis Winston TB at LAR
  17. Case Keenum WAS at NYG
  18. Jacoby Brissett IND vs. OAK
  19. Baker Mayfield CLE at BAL
  20. Andy Dalton CIN at PIT

Russell Wilson blew up in week 3 for 406 yards and 2 TDs passing and another 51 yards and 2 TDs rushing. Wilson took full advantage of being down multiple scores in order to put up one of the biggest fantasy days of his career. Wilson will go from being down multiple scores in week 3 to facing one of the worst pass defenses in the league in week 4 when he takes on the Cardinals. Wilson should be in line for another massive fantasy score in week 4. Fantasy Projection: 242 passing yards 2 TDs 25 rushing yards 0.2 TDs

Baker Mayfield just does not look good this year, whether it be the offense or his own issues, he is definitely not performing as expected for your fantasy team. Mayfield is only averaging 268 yards and 1 passing TD per game much different from the explosive performances he was supposed to have with new weapon OBJ. He will face one of the toughest defenses against the pass in week 4 when he takes on the Baltimore Ravens. I don’t think you can expect much more than a QB2 week in week 4. Fantasy Projection: 235 passing yards and 1.8 TDs

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Running Back
  1. Christian McCaffrey CAR at HOU
  2. Alvin Kamara NO vs. DAL
  3. Ezekiel Elliott DAL at NO
  4. Austin Ekeler LAC at MIA
  5. Dalvin Cook MIN at CHI
  6. David Johnson ARI vs. SEA
  7. Nick Chubb CLE at BAL
  8. Mark Ingram BAL vs. CLE
  9. Derrick Henry TEN at ATL
  10. Todd Gurley LAR vs. TB
  11. Marlon Mack IND vs. OAK
  12. James Conner PIT vs. CIN
  13. Aaron Jones GB vs. PHI
  14. Leonard Fournette JAX at DEN
  15. Chris Carson SEA at ARI
  16. Kerryon Johnson DET vs. KC
  17. Joe Mixon CIN at PIT
  18. Josh Jacobs OAK at IND
  19. Sony Michel NE at BUF
  20. Phillip Lindsay DEN vs. JAX

Alvin Kamara appears to be completely unphased by the loss of star QB Drew Brees. In week 3 Kamara rushed for 69 yards and 1 TD and added 9 receptions for 92 yards and another TD. It is definitely good to see Kamara putting up such an amazing performance with Teddy Bridgewater behing center. Kamara faces Dallas in week 4, a very good run defense, but the volume Kamara is seeing especially in the passing game and his overal ability to ellude tacklers should keep him top 5 option this week. Fantasy Projection: 53 rush yards 0.8 TD 6 receptions 46 yards 0.2 TD

Mark Ingram decided to put the Ravens team on his back in Week 3 against the Chiefs. Ingram scored 3 times after rushing for 103 yards. It looks like Ingram is set to be the every down back in Baltimore and against plus matchups is obviously capable of a Top 5 RB week. Ingram has another decent matchup against the the Browns this week and should see a workload capable of producing a good performance. Fantasy Projection: 85 rushing yards 0.8 TD 2 receptions 18 yards.

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Wide Receivers
  1. Keenan Allen LAC at MIA
  2. DeAndre Hopkins HOU vs. CAR
  3. Julio Jones ATL vs. TEN
  4. Davante Adams GB vs. PHI
  5. Amari Cooper DAL at NO
  6. Mike Evans TB at LAR
  7. Tyler Lockett SEA at ARI
  8. Michael Thomas NO vs. DAL
  9. JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT vs. CIN
  10. Odell Beckham CLE at BAL
  11. Cooper Kupp LAR vs. TB
  12. Sammy Watkins KC at DET
  13. Kenny Golladay DET vs. KC
  14. T.Y. Hilton IND vs. OAK
  15. Brandin Cooks LAR vs. TB
  16. Larry Fitzgerald ARI vs. SEA
  17. Chris Godwin TB at LAR
  18. Robert Woods LAR vs. TB
  19. Adam Thielen MIN at CHI
  20. Julian Edelman NE at BUF
  21. Tyler Boyd CIN at PIT
  22. Sterling Shepard NYG vs. WAS
  23. Calvin Ridley ATL vs. TEN
  24. Marquise Brown BAL vs. CLE
  25. Terry McLaurin WAS at NYG

Well I think it’s fair to say that Mike Evans is BACK! Evans was going through a rough patch the first few weeks of the season which led to an explosion of 8 receptions for 190 yards and 3 TDs. He had an insane fantasy day that I believe signifies his return to the top 7 WRs every week. This week he will take on the Rams who are in the bottom half of the league against receivers based on Fantasy Projection rankings. I think this is a good matchup for Evans where putting up points will be necessity. Fantasy Projection: 6 receptions 87 yards 0.5 TDs

Cooper Kupp has had back to back blow up games for the LA Rams and he may now be the official number 1 option for QB Jared Goff. In the past 2 week Kupp has 16 receptions for 222 yards and 2 TDs. Kupp will now face the Buccaneers defense who this past week made rookie QB Daniel Jones look the a first ballot Hall of Famer. I’m not saying that Jones is bad, but I do believe that it helped having the second worst defense against the pass as his opponent. The same will be true for Goff and Kupp who should be in line for another big week. Fantasy Projection: 6 receptions 74 yards 0.5 TDs

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Tight Ends
  1. Travis Kelce KC at DET
  2. Zach Ertz PHI at GB
  3. Evan Engram NYG vs. WAS
  4. Darren Waller OAK at IND
  5. Austin Hooper ATL vs. TEN
  6. Mark Andrews BAL vs. CLE
  7. Greg Olsen CAR at HOU
  8. Delanie Walker TEN at ATL
  9. Will Dissly SEA at ARI
  10. O.J. Howard TB at LAR
  11. Eric Ebron IND vs. OAK
  12. Vance McDonald PIT vs. CIN

Darren Waller had a HUGE fantasy day in week 3 when he had 13 receptions for 134 yards against the Vikings. The touchdowns are not there for Waller, but the volume clearly illustrates the connection Carr has with his new weapon in Waller. He will face the Colts in week 4, who are an slightly above average defense against opposing receivrs making this a tougher matchup. I expect regardless of the opponent Waller will continue to see insane volume for a tight end and will continue to be a top option at TE. Fantasy Projection: 7 reception 73 yards 0.3 TD

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