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Jason Snelling looks to keep rolling in Week 4

Falcons running back Jason Snelling did not start the Week 3 loss to Miami, but he made the most of his 36 snaps, totaling 111 yards and scoring a touchdown on a shovel pass. Jacquizz Rodgers started and played 43 snaps. Most expected Rodgers to get more chances in the passing game. That did not turn […]

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Seahawks DST an elite unit

The Seahawks DST has lived up to lofty expectations so far this season, scoring the second-most points in Fantasy through the first three weeks. The Seahawks are second in interceptions (five), tied for first in safeties (one), are second in fumbles recovered (five), and have allowed just 27 points (fewest in the league). Their Week […]

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Hakeem Nicks staring at bounce-back game

The saga involving Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been played up by the media since his postgame comments following Sunday’s catchless performance at Carolina. Nicks will certainly be in the spotlight heading into Week 4 at Kansas City, as much of the attention will be on what kind of performance is in store following arguably […]

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Marshawn Lynch a must-start in Week 4

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch ran just 17 times for 69 yards against the Jaguars in Week 3, but that was dictated mainly by the game — Lynch had 13 carries for 63 yards by halftime, when the game was already well in hand. Lynch has yet to surpass 100 rushing yards in a game this […]

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Is David Wilson on verge of breakout performance?

Giants running back David Wilson enters Week 4 at Kansas City without a 100-yard rushing performance in six games and a touchdown in three games. Will Week 4 be the opportunity to break both slumps? If Wilson can repeat LeSean McCoy’s Week 3 performance against the Chiefs, then the answer is yes. McCoy rushed for 158 […]

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Tony Gonzalez stumbling toward danger zone

It’s time to start worrying about Tony Gonzalez. The Falcons’ tight end has not surpassed four catches or 36 yards in any game, tying him for 18th in Fantasy points at the position. He ranks 12th with 19 targets. In Week 4, he faces a Patriots defense that gives up the fewest Fantasy points to […]

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Russell Wilson looking to build on momentum

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson came alive in Week 3, scoring four touchdowns and turning around what had been a rather underwhelming season. While Wilson only managed 202 passing yards, he was out of the game and replaced by his backup by the end of the third quarter. Wilson’s Week 4 opponent, the Texans, have been exceptional […]

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Golden Tate with tough Week 4 matchup

Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate leads the team in receptions (10) and targets (16). But he has just 158 yards (and no touchdowns) to show for it after three games. Tate is coming off a nice Week 3 game against the Jaguars, but he faces a tough task this Sunday with the Texans on tap. Houston […]

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Roddy White looking risky again

Even with reports of his ankle being less than 100 percent leading up to game time, Falcons wide receiver Roddy White was still a popular choice for Fantasy owners in Week 1, but in the days since he disappointed with two catches for 19 yards at New Orleans, new details have emerged about his status — […]

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Ryan Broyles still a bench asset

Even though it’s unclear when Ryan Broyles will be ready to contribute to the Lions’ offense, he remains a nice bench asset in most Fantasy leagues. Broyles holds the NCAA record for most career receptions and plays in an offense that led the NFL in passing attempts each of the last two years. The only complication […]

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