1st and 5

Welcome to week 4. I think we avoided some major scares, but there were still some significant injuries. I have some players you should take a look at though.

QB: Trevor Siemian, Broncos- Trevor broke out against a team that usually does pretty good defensively. It was at Cincinnati too. He’s got two pretty good targets in Sanders and Thomas, a nice tight end in Green, and their RBs always are a threat out of the backfield. He also plays the Bucs, Falcons, and Chargers in the next 3 games. Carson Wentz, Eagles- Although he is on a bye week, he has been doing very well in his first 3 starts. It’s kind of fun to watch him progress. You could do worse.

RB: Jordan Howard, Bears- Jeremy Langford is said to be out 4-6 weeks with a severely sprained ankle. Even before that, Howard was running with speed, power, and confidence. Lucky for me, I saw this coming, and snagged him last week.

WR: Terrelle Pryor, Browns- I have liked Pryor since he was in Oakland. Now as a wide receiver, he continues to be a dynamic playmaker. With Coleman out for some time, he will be no less than a WR2, even when Josh Gordon gets back from suspension. Rookie QB Cody Kessler seems very able to get his WRs the ball. Jamison Crowder, Redskins- he may be the teams 3rd WR, but he’s getting lots of action in Washington’s passing game. Kirk Cousins seems like he is starting to come around after a slow start.

TE: Kyle Rudolph, Vikings- Looks like he and Sam Bradford are making beautiful music together. Look for this to continue as long as both players stay healthy. Which has been a problem. For both players.

D/ST: I might have mentioned the Eagles and Bills last week. Still available in my league. Eagles are only 20% owned, and the Bills are only 24% owned in ESPN leagues. If your D/ST is only giving you 5-6 points a week, you should probably pick one or both up.

 

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