NFL Fantasy: Start ‘Em, Week 4

During the fourth day of the campaign all eyes will be on Gillette Stadium as this will be the first time that Tom Brady faces the Patriots, a team with which he won six Super Bowl rings. Nevertheless, nothing ensures that the duel at Foxborough will help win games in the fantasy leagues.

Who to start in week 4?

  • Quarterback: Kirk Cousins He is the sixth most prolific passer at the start of the 2021 season with 918 yards, but his value increases when considering that he is fourth in touchdown passes (eight) and has not yet registered turnovers. The Vikings passer has enough arguments to put the Browns’ passing defense, which allows 182 yards a game, into a predicament.
  • Running back: The 202 yards (five yards per carry) he accumulates Chris carson in the year they make him the sixth most productive running back in the league. For week 4, the Seahawks face the 49ers, who in addition to coming off a painful loss to the Packers, have the 10th worst rushing defense in the NFL (367 yards allowed).
  • Wide receiver: This is a very risky bet. In the midst of a faltering career start for Mac Jones, Jakobi meyers he has been the most productive element in the Patriots’ passing attack (19 receptions, 176 yards) and against the Buccaneers, the Patriots will face the worst passing defense in the NFL (1,015 yards); Additionally, Tampa Bay has multiple casualties in the secondary defense, which is why they had to sign Richard Sherman.
  • Tight end: Even though it only adds up to 117 yards through the air, Logan thomas He is the third tight end with the most touchdown receptions (two) and is the only tight end who has been in all of his team’s offensive snaps. Additionally, the Falcons have allowed an average of 58 yards and a touchdown to opposing TEs this season, which bodes well for a good afternoon for the WFT element.
  • Defensive: Although the dolphins They did not start the year well when defending (1,204 yards allowed), their five exchanges of the ball are the third best figure in the league. And in front of them they will have a team that has not looked like the attack like the Colts, who in addition to being twenty-first in yards produced (955), have already delivered the ball three times – not counting Carson Wentz’s injuries.
  • Kicker: Because of Justin Tucker’s 66-yard field goal, everyone forgets that Mason Crosby was tasked with sealing the Packers’ win over the 49ers in Week 3. Although he has only converted four field goals in 2021 (perfect pass), the Green Bay kicker has converted two attempts of more than 50 yards.