Tuesday, September 30, 2014

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 5 QB Rankings

1. Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
Playing like an elite QB and the Jets allow the 2nd most fantasy points.

2. Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
Brees averaged 351.5 yards passing and 2.5 TD's between the two match-ups against the Bucs in 2013.

3. Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers: vs Minnesota
Rodgers dissected the Vikings last season completing over 80% of his passes.

4. Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
The Cardinals blitz a lot and Manning will make them pay for it.

5. Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
Luck is killing it in fantasy but the Ravens allow the 5th fewest points to QB's.

6. Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears: @ Carolina
A good match-up for Cutler and the Panthers defense has been blasted the last two weeks.

7. Matthew Stafford - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Buffalo's defense could limit Stafford a little but he has too many weapons to account for.

8. Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons: @ New York Giants
Ryan is the best fantasy QB after Luck through 1/4 of the season but he's prone to INT's on the road.

9. Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
Jacksonville is giving up 344 passing yards and 2.75 TD's through the air per game.

10. Russell Wilson - Seattle Seahawks: @ Washington
Washington couldn't stop Super Bowl champ Eli Manning last Thursday. They won't stop Wilson either.

11. Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers: vs Chicago
Chicago allows the 8th most fantasy points to QB's.

12. Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers: vs Kansas City
The Chiefs defense isn't as good as they looked on MNF.

13. Eli Manning - New York Giants: vs Atlanta
Manning and the new offense is starting to click and the Falcons defense just allowed 41 points to the Vikings.

14. Nick Foles - Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
Foles hasn't gotten any help with the run game being poor the last two weeks.

15. Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens: @ Indianapolis
Flacco has played good so far in 2014 and the match-up is nice.

16. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
Dallas will probably run it right down Houston's throat so there might not be much need for a passing game.

17. Alex Smith - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Francisco
Smith will have something to prove against his former team.

18. Ryan Fitzpatrick - Houston Texans: @ Dallas
Dallas allows the 12th most points to QB's so Fitzpatrick and the beard should do well in terms of fantasy.

19. Tom Brady - New England Patriots: vs Cincinnati
Brady was brutal against them last year where his passing TD streak came to an end.

20. Andy Dalton - Cincinnati Bengals: @ New England
The Bengals will be run focused and the Pats give up the 2nd fewest fantasy points to QB's.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 5 RB Rankings

1. DeMarco Murray - Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
Murray is on pace to break Eric Dickerson's single season rushing record.

2. Le'Veon Bell - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
Bell should put up huge numbers this week.

3. Rashad Jennings - New York Giants: vs Atlanta
The Falcons run defense is truly pathetic. They've allowed 3 more rushing scores than any other team.

4. Giovani Bernard - Cincinnati Bengals: @ New England
New England has trouble stopping the run and the Bengals have an outstanding offensive line.

5. Matt Forte - Chicago Bears: @ Carolina
The Panthers all of a sudden can't stop the run.

6. Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers: vs Minnesota
Lacy touched the ball 30+ times in each game facing the Vikes last season.

7. LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
Will the real Shady McCoy please stand up? Decent shot to this week.

8. Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks: @ Washington
Tough match-up but Lynch has been scoring.

9. Jamaal Charles - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Francisco
Finally had a big game on MNF with 3 TD's but 49ers allow the 2nd fewest fantasy points to his position.

10. Zac Stacy - St. Louis Rams: @ Philadelphia
Stacy needs to get going to keep the Eagles' offense off the field.

11. Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers: vs Kansas City
San Francisco finally wised up and gave him over 20 carries last Sunday.

12. Doug Martin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ New Orleans
Martin is the clear No. 1 RB in Tampa and the Saints give up the 7th most points.

13. Matt Asiata - Minnesota Vikings: @ Green Bay
The Packers allow the 4th most fantasy points to RB's and he scored three times on Sunday.

14. Arian Foster - Houston Texans: @ Dallas
If Foster gets the ball 20+ times; he should have a good stat line.

15. Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins: vs Seattle
Tough match-up but Seattle's defense not as good on the road.

16. Andre Ellington - Arizona Cardinals: @ Denver
Ellington has to be effective as a runner and catcher this Sunday.

17. Montee Ball - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
The Cardinals are allowing less than 50 rushing yards per game.

18. Ben Tate - Cleveland Browns: @ Tennessee
The Browns rushing attack was solid in Tate's absence and now Tate is back.

19. Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens: @ Indianapolis
Forsett is the safest bet to get touches out of the Ravens' backfield week in and week out.

20. Chris Ivory - New York Jets: @ San Diego
In 2014, San Diego allows the 16th most fantasy points to RB's.

21. Khiry Robinson - New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
Only 10 touches Sunday night but only because they were trailing all game.

22. Ahmad Bradshaw - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
Scored with a receiving touchdown for the 3rd straight game last Sunday.

23. Fred Jackson - Buffalo Bills: @ Detroit
Jackson should get a decent amount of yards as a receiver.

24. Reggie Bush - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Bush could be the main guy for the Lions but Buffalo allows the 6th fewest points.

25. Knile Davis - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Francisco
Davis continues to show that he deserves a big role in the Chiefs offense.

26. Bishop Sankey - Tennessee Titans: vs Cleveland
Sankey should start getting the majority of the touches and the Browns allow the 2nd most points.

27. Shane Vereen - New England Patriots: vs Cincinnati
Vereen should see close to 15 touches this week.

28. Isaiah Crowell - Cleveland Browns: @ Tennessee
Tennessee has given up the 2nd most TD's to RB's in the NFL.

29. C.J. Spiller - Buffalo Bills: @ Detroit
Unless he breaks off a huge play; Spiller will get shut down in Detroit.

30. Steven Jackson - Atlanta Falcons: @ New York Giants
OK match-up. Jackson will get around 15 touches again.

31. Trent Richardson - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
Almost had 100 total yards last week but still a poor YPC average.

32. Toby Gerhart - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Pittsburgh
Gerhart is steadily losing touches to RB Denard Robinson.

33. Donald Brown - San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
Brown was pretty awful against the Jaguars. The Jets are the toughest team on RB's.

34. Stevan Ridley - New England Patriots: vs Cincinnati
It's unpredictable how the Patriots will use Ridley week to week. Likely won't be a factor against the Bengals.

35. Joique Bell - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Suffered a concussion on Sunday and might not play. Hasn't run well anyway.

36. Chris Johnson - New York Jets: @ San Diego
He scored on Sunday but his touches keep going down.

37. Andre Williams - New York Giants: vs Atlanta
Williams should definitely see some game time against the team that allows the most points to RB's.

38. Darren Sproles - Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
Boom or bust. More likely to bust as the Eagles' focus should be to get McCoy going.

39. Jeremy Hill - Cincinnati Bengals: @ New England
Hill is averaging 5.1 yards per carry and has scored in his last two games.

40. LeGarrette Blount - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
The Jags allow the 3rd most fantasy points to RB's this year.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 5 WR Rankings

1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
Brown leads all WR's in fantasy points and the Jags allow the 2nd most.

2. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Couldn't do much last week but he'll be healthier and the Bills are beatable.

3. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons: @ New York Giants
Jones will get open against the Giants good but not great secondary.

4. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
Bryant has scored in three straight despite not getting as many targets as last year.

5. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers: vs Minnesota
With Rodgers last year, Nelson racked up 123 yards and 2 TD's against the Vikings.

6. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers: vs Chicago
Benjamin had another big game last week and can again against the Bears' not so good pass defense.

7. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears: @ Carolina
Marshall has recorded just 144 receiving yards all season but has 5 TD's.

8. Alshon Jeffery - Chicago Bears: @  Carolina
In 2014, Carolina has allowed the 10th most fantasy points to Jeffery's position.

9. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
Thomas has had a slow start and Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson should be covering him all game.

10. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals: @ New England
The Patriots have allowed the fewest fantasy points to wide receivers this season.

11. Jeremy Maclin - Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
Maclin should find his way through the Rams secondary.

12. Keenan Allen - San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
Allen hauled in a career high 10 passes last week and should finally score soon.

13. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers: vs Minnesota
Cobb keeps scoring touchdowns. Minnesota allows the 13th most fantasy points.

14. Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ New Orleans
New Orleans allows the 5th most fantasy points to WR's.

15. Reggie Wayne - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
119 yards and a TD last Sunday. Wayne should continue to pile up his career stats.

16. Michael Crabtree - San Francisco 49ers: vs Kansas City
San Fran doesn't throw it much but Crabtree is the No. 1 target.

17. Percy Harvin - Seattle Seahawks: @ Washington
Washington's pass defense isn't good.

18. Victor Cruz - New York Giants: vs Atlanta
Cruz should dominate in the slot, at home, facing the Falcons.

19. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
Sanders should see plenty of targets and favorable match-ups.

20. Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens: @ Indianapolis
3rd in receiving yards among WR's. 3rd in fantasy points among WR's. However, Colts give up 3rd fewest fantasy points

21. Michael Floyd - Arizona Cardinals: @ Denver
Arizona is going to need Floyd's big play ability this week.

22. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots: vs Cincinnati
Edelman had just 42 total yards against Cincy last season.

23. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans: @ Dallas
Hopkins continues to be one of the most consistent WR's in fantasy.

24. Brandin Cooks - New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
He's been targeted more than Colston and its an easy match-up.

25. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Came up big with 8 catches for 116 yards last week when WR Calvin Johnson was limited.

26. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans: @ Dallas
Johnson really hasn't done much in 4 weeks and Dallas allows the 5th fewest fantasy points.

27. Cordarrelle Patterson - Minnesota Vikings: @ Green Bay
He's not getting enough volume to be consistently productive in fantasy. Still has that big play ability factor.

28. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals: @ Denver
Fitz should see a good amount of targets if his team falls behind.

29. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons: @ New York Giants
Only converted on 4 of 14 targets last week but ended up with 73 yards and a TD still.

30. Pierre Garcon - Washington Redskins: vs Seattle
Can't trust his QB against this defense the way he played Thursday night.

31. Marques Colston - New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
The Bucs allow the most fantasy points to WR's in 2014.

32. Brian Quick - St. Louis Rams: @ Philadelphia
Quick has been reliable and the Eagles give up the 4th most points to his position.

33. Wes Welker - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
Welker had a decent 2014 debut with 6 catches for 60 yards in Week 3.

34. Eric Decker - New York Jets: @ San Diego
Tough match-up for Decker and Geno Smith has been struggling.

35. Terrance Williams - Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
With Bryant drawing away coverage; Williams has scored in three of four games.

36. DeSean Jackson - Washington Redskins: vs Seattle
Up one week and Down the next. Trend says it will be Up this week but not against the L.O.B.

37. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
The Ravens allow the 8th most fantasy points to WR's in 2014.

38. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills: @ Detroit
Kyle Orton is now his QB. Lions allow the 2nd fewest points to WR's.

39. Markus Wheaton - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
Jacksonville struggles trying to cover people.

40. Eddie Royal - San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
Royal has scored four times the last two games and the Jets allow the 3rd most fantasy points.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 5 TE Rankings

1. Jimmy Graham - New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
Graham averaged 125 yards and a TD against the Bucs in 2013.

2. Julius Thomas - Denver Broncos: vs Arizona
Thomas still leads all TE's with 5 TD's in 2014 after the bye week.

3. Delanie Walker - Tennessee Titans: vs Cleveland
Browns are a good match-up for Walker and he's the only reliable Titan in fantasy.

4. Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots: vs Cincinnati
Gronk is averaging just 37 yards per game but at least he has 3 TD's on the season.

5. Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears: @ Carolina
There is no slowing down for Bennett as he registered 134 yards in Week 4.

6. Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers: vs Chicago
Olsen's catches, targets and yards have declined in each game since Week 1.

7. Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
Outside of the Seahawks game; Gates is averaging 3.33 catches and 40 yards per game.

8. Larry Donnell - New York Giants: vs Atlanta
After scoring three times last Thursday, Donnell is on pace for 100 catches and 16 TD's.

9. Jordan Cameron - Cleveland Browns: @ Tennessee
Hopefully Cameron is healthy after the bye week because this would be a nice match-up.

10. Zach Ertz - Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
Ertz has fallen off after a strong start to the season like his teammate LeSean McCoy.

11. Heath Miller - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
Miller put together a 10/85/1 stat line in Week 4 and the Jags allow the 3rd most points to TE's.

12. Vernon Davis - San Francisco 49ers: vs Kansas City
Davis has been fragile lately but the Chiefs do give up the 7th most fantasy points to his position.

13. Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
Caught all five of his targets for 61 yards Sunday night but the Texans are a tough match-up.

14. Travis Kelce - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Francisco
Kelce had a huge game on MNF but the 49ers allow the 2nd fewest points to TE's.

15. Owen Daniels - Baltimore Ravens: @ Indianapolis
Indy gives up the 4th most fantasy points to TE's in 2014 so Daniels should produce.

16. Garrett Graham - Houston Texans: @ Dallas
The Cowboys allow the most fantasy points to TE's after four weeks.

17. Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts: vs Baltimore
Baltimore has given up the fewest fantasy points to opposing TE's.

18. Jared Cook - St. Louis Rams: @ Philadelphia
Cook is averaging close to 60 yards per game but hasn't found the endzone yet.

19. Austin Seferian-Jenkins - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ New Orleans
ASJ took every snap for the Bucs last Sunday so the upside is there.

20. Eric Ebron - Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
Ebron snagged his first career touchdown last Sunday.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 5 DST Rankings

1. Seattle Seahawks: @ Washington
Kirk Cousins' confidence might be low after turning it over five times last Thursday.

2. San Diego Chargers: vs New York Jets
No need to fear Jets QB Geno Smith.

3. Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Jacksonville
The Jags give up the most points to defenses. The Steelers should play well.

4. Detroit Lions: vs Buffalo
The Bills like playing back-up QB's against the Lions. Enter Kyle Orton.

5. Philadelphia Eagles: vs St. Louis
The Eagles defense and special teams kept them in the game on Sunday.

6. San Francisco 49ers: vs Kansas City
San Francisco D executed perfectly against the Eagles on Sunday. Chiefs are an easier match-up.

7. Dallas Cowboys: vs Houston
Still hard to believe that Dallas' defense has actually been really good through four weeks.

8. Buffalo Bills: @ Detroit
Detroit could play to the level of their competition. Bills defense is great though.

9. Cincinnati Bengals: @ New England
Cincinnati's defense absolutely dominated the Patriots in 2013.

10. Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Francisco
The 49ers give up the 5th most fantasy points to defenses.

11. New York Giants: vs Atlanta
New York has the talent on defense to control Atlanta.

12. Chicago Bears: @ Carolina
The Panthers have struggled the last two weeks and shouldn't have much of a running game.

13. Houston Texans: @ Dallas
Houston has forced nine turnovers and has scored twice.

14. New Orleans Saints: vs Tampa Bay
The Saints play better at home although their defense is last in fantasy points.

15. Cleveland Browns: @ Tennessee
Tennessee has been terrible the last 3 weeks.

* I won't be ranking kickers. Just pick a kicker with a good offense or a kicker that is going against a terrible team.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 4 QB Rankings

1. Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
Brees threw for 392 yards and 4 TD's on the Cowboys last season.

2. Matthew Stafford - Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
Struggling again but the Jets allow the 4th most points to QB's in 2014.

3. Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
The Jaguars give up the most fantasy points to QB's through 3 weeks.

4. Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers: @ Chicago
Rodgers registered 318 yards passing, 2 TD's and 2 INT's against the Bears in Week 17 of last year.

5. Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
In Week 17 last season, Cutler had 226 passing yards, 2 TD's and an INT against Green Bay.

6. Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Luck leads all QB's in fantasy points but the Titans give up the 2nd fewest.

7. Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
Ryan is on the road and Minnesota only allows the 5th fewest fantasy points to QB's.

8. Nick Foles - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
Foles has improved each week and the 49ers aren't that tough of a match-up.

9. Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Philly gives up the 2nd most fantasy points to QB's in 2014.

10. Kirk Cousins - Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
Cousins hasn't played two full games and yet he's in the Top 15 among QB's in fantasy.

11. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys: vs New Orleans
Dallas may have to throw more this week against the Saints.

12. Tom Brady - New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
Nice match-up for Brady to potentially put up 20+ fantasy points.

13. Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Nice match-up and the Bucs looked completely lost Thursday night.

14. Eli Manning - New York Giants: @ Washington
Washington can shut down the run but their secondary isn't very good.

15. Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers: @ Baltimore
Tough match-up for Newton and he didn't finish Sunday night's game.

16. Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Flacco playing at home so he should be decent.

17. Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins: @ Oakland
Accuracy is killing Tannehill and Oakland struggles to stop the run.

18. Jake Locker - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
Indy allows the 5th most fantasy points to QB's this year.

19. Blake Bortles - Jacksonville Jaguars: @ San Diego
Bortles gets his 1st career start against a solid defense that allows yards through the air.

20. Ryan Fitzpatrick - Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
Facing his former team so maybe he plays well.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 4 RB Rankings

1. DeMarco Murray - Dallas Cowboys: vs New Orleans
Murray averaged 5.6 yards per carry on the Saints last year and has rushed for at least 100 yards in each game this year.

2. Matt Forte - Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
In 2013, Forte averaged 168 total yards and 2 TD's on Green Bay.

3. Lamar Miller - Miami Dolphins: @ Oakland
Miller averaged 7.2 yards per carry last week and the Raiders can't stop the run.

4. Le'Veon Bell - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Not a great match-up for Bell but he has been impressive so far in 2014.

5. Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers: @ Chicago
Lacy should breakout against the Bears after three tough match-ups to start 2014.

6. LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
His offensive line is depleted and he couldn't get going against the Redskins. A team he usually dominates.

7. Donald Brown - San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
Totaled 36 touches last Sunday and the Jags give up the most points to RB's. Start of the week.

8. Jamaal Charles - Kansas City Chiefs: vs New England
Charles should get it going against the Patriots if he plays.

9. Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
Morris averaged just 68 total yards and 0.5 TD's between the two games against the Giants a year ago.

10. Arian Foster - Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
Foster is going to get 25+ touches in each game he plays in. He doesn't play in every game though.

11. Rashad Jennings - New York Giants: @ Washington
Washington allows the fewest fantasy points to RB's but Jennings should get plenty of opportunities.

12. Ahmad Bradshaw - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
The three receiving TD's he's gotten the last two weeks have doubled his career total to six.

13. C.J. Spiller - Buffalo Bills: @ Houston
Spiller still hasn't gotten 20 touches in a game this season but it's a nice match-up.

14. Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Gore got the ball just six times against Arizona. Philly isn't as good at stopping the run.

15. Stevan Ridley - New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
It should be another game where Ridley gets around 20 carries.

16. Matt Asiata - Minnesota Vikings: vs Atlanta
Atlanta allows the 3rd most fantasy points to RB's so Asiata has a chance.

17. Fred Jackson - Buffalo Bills: @ Houston
Houston was gashed last week allowing 194 rushing yards to RB's.

18. Doug Martin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ Pittsburgh
If Martin actually plays, he'll likely have a decent game.

19. Toby Gerhart - Jacksonville Jaguars: @ San Diego
With QB Blake Bortles starting now; Gerhart should put up better numbers.

20. Khiry Robinson - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
Robinson carried the ball on 18 of the 29 snaps he was in last week for 69 yards.

21. Trent Richardson - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Richardson's per carry average has gone up each week.

22. Steven Jackson - Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
Jackson didn't look really washed up Thursday night so that's a good sign.

23. Shane Vereen - New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
Kansas City allows the 11th fewest fantasy points to RB's this season.

24. Reggie Bush - Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
Bush scored on a nice long run last Sunday but will be challenged this week in New Jersey.

25. DeAngelo Williams - Carolina Panthers: @ Baltimore
Williams needs to be healthy enough to play otherwise the Panthers' run game is in trouble.

26. Joique Bell - Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
The Jets give up the 2nd fewest fantasy points to RB's this season.

27. Bernard Pierce - Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Pierce should still be the starter and the Panthers gave up 265 rushing yards Sunday night.

28. Pierre Thomas - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
Thomas recorded 111 total yards and a TD against Dallas last year.

29. Chris Ivory - New York Jets: vs Detroit
Detroit allows the 6th fewest fantasy points to RB's.

30. Chris Johnson - New York Jets: vs Detroit
CJ?K is only getting just over 13 touches per game.

31. Darren Sproles - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
The 49ers allow the 3rd fewest points to RB's in 2014.

32. Shonn Greene - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
Indy gives up the 6th most fantasy points to RB's.

33. Knile Davis - Kansas City Chiefs: vs New England
Davis should get some carries even if Charles is back.

34. Darren McFadden - Oakland Raiders: vs Miami
McFadden should carry the load again if MJD can't play for a 3rd straight week.

35. Maurice Jones-Drew - Oakland Raiders: vs Miami
Miami allows the 5th most fantasy points to RB's

36. Bobby Rainey - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ Pittsburgh
Rainey could split the snaps with Martin from now on.

37. Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Carolina gives up the 9th most fantasy points to RB's in 2014.

38. Carlos Hyde - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Scored last week and the Eagles give up the 11th most points to RB's.

39. Bishop Sankey - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
Sankey finally got involved and produced 70 total yards on 11 touches.

40. LeGarrette Blount - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Blount rumbled his way to 118 yards and a score Sunday night.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 4 WR Rankings

1. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
The Jets allow the 3rd most fantasy points to WR's.

2. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys: vs New Orleans
Bryant had a season low one catch against the Saints in 2013. He destroyed them in 2012.

3. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Brown registered 2 TD's on Sunday and the Bucs were just torched by Falcons WR Julio Jones.

4. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
Jones leads all WR's in fantasy points after three weeks but this is not an easy match-up.

5. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
Off game on MNF. Marshall will bounce back.

6. Jeremy Maclin - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
He's scored in each game and the 49ers have allowed a league high 6 TD's to WR's.

7. Michael Crabtree - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Great match-up and he hauled in 10 of his 11 targets for 80 yards and a TD last Sunday.

8. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers: @ Chicago
Last year, Nelson registered an average of 114 receiving yards on Chicago.

9. Alshon Jeffery - Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
Jeffery averaged 70 yards receiving in two games against Green Bay last season.

10. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
Edelman has gotten at least 89 total yards in each game.

11. Victor Cruz - New York Giants: @ Washington
Cruz recorded his 1st 100 yard receiving game since the the middle of November on Sunday.

12. Pierre Garcon - Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
He had a big game Sunday but averaged just 58.5 yards between the two match-ups against the Giants in 2013.

13. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers: @ Baltimore
The rookie has the 6th most fantasy points among WR's.

14. Keenan Allen - San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
If Allen does basically nothing against the Jags; it might be time to panic.

15. Cordarrelle Patterson - Minnesota Vikings: vs Atlanta
Patterson hasn't topped 4 catches in a game yet.

16. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers: @ Chicago
Cobb hasn't topped 58 yards yet this year but did catch 2 TD's on Chicago last year including one that sent them to the playoffs.

17. DeSean Jackson - Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
As an Eagle last year, Jackson averaged 97.5 receiving yards and 0.5 TD's on the Giants.

18. Mike Wallace - Miami Dolphins: @ Oakland
Wallace is getting targeted 10 times a game but the Raiders allow the 4th fewest points.

19. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
In 2014, Buffalo allows the 10th most fantasy points to WR's.

20. Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @ Pittsburgh
Not a great match-up but at least QB Mike Glennon should start.

21. Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Smith is facing his former team and therefore will probably get his.

22. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
Tate hasn't scored this season but there is a good chance he does this week.

23. Kendall Wright - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
Good amount of targets with 10 last week and the Colts are a beatable match-up.

24. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
Hopkins has either had a TD or 100 yards receiving in each game.

25. Marques Colston - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
The Cowboys allow the 7th fewest fantasy points to WR's.

26. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills: @ Houston
Watkins should have a decent game against a team that allows the 15th most fantasy points to WR's.

27. Cecil Shorts - Jacksonville Jaguars: @ San Diego
Scored on Sunday and they can move the ball with Bortles at QB.

28. Brandin Cooks - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
Cooks was targeted 10 times and had a solid game against the Vikings.

29. Reggie Wayne - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Tennessee allows the 5th fewest fantasy points to his position.

30. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
White should play. Vikes allow the 9th fewest fantasy points to his position.

31. Terrance Williams - Dallas Cowboys: vs New Orleans
Caught a TD pass against St. Louis and New Orleans gives up the 9th most fantasy points to WR's.

32. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Tough match-up and he just doesn't score very often.

33. Markus Wheaton - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Tampa allows the 2nd most fantasy points to WR's.

34. Eric Decker - New York Jets: vs Detroit
Injured and Detroit's secondary just shut down Aaron Rodgers and his weapons.

35. Justin Hunter - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
This week, Hunter should have close to 100 yards and maybe a TD.

36. James Jones - Oakland Raiders: vs Miami
Miami allows the 3rd fewest fantasy points to WR's so far.

37. Anquan Boldin - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Philly is giving up the 4th most fantasy points to WR's.

38. Rueben Randle - New York Giants: @ Washington
Was targeted 10 times last week and Redskins give up 5th most points.

39. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
Matthews caught 2 TD's on Sunday and the 49ers allow the most points to WR's.

40. Greg Jennings - Minnesota Vikings: vs Atlanta
Atlanta gives up the 14th most fantasy points to WR's this season.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 4 TE Rankings

1. Jimmy Graham - New Orleans Saints: @ Dallas
Had 59 yards on them in 2013 and right now the Cowboys give up the 2nd most points to opposing TE's.

2. Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
Gronk scored again Sunday and the Chiefs have given up an average of 10.17 fantasy points to TE's per game.

3. Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
Jacksonville also allows the most fantasy points to TE's.

4. Delanie Walker - Tennessee Titans: @ Indianapolis
Colts allow the 5th most points to Walker's position and he had 91 yards and a score in one game against them last season.

5. Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers: @ Baltimore
It's a very tough match-up as the Ravens allow the 2nd fewest fantasy points to TE's.

6. Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
Bennett added another 2 TD's to his 2014 season on MNF.

7. Vernon Davis - San Francisco 49ers: vs Philadelphia
Davis should be able to put up good numbers if he plays.

8. Zach Ertz - Philadelphia Eagles: @ San Francisco
Pretty tough match-up but the Eagles offense isn't slowing down.

9. Travis Kelce - Kansas City Chiefs: vs New England
Kelce got his touchdown last Sunday and will look to score again this week.

10. Larry Donnell - New York Giants: @ Washington
Donnell is averaging just over 60 yards per game.

11. Niles Paul - Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
Stats wise, Paul is one yard and one TD behind Saints TE Jimmy Graham.

12. Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Allen has scored in two out of three games. Fleener had great games against them last season while he was out.

13. Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys: vs New Orleans
Witten hasn't touched 5 fantasy points in a game yet and registered just 27 yards on the Saints in 2013.

14. Heath Miller - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Decent match-up. Could find himself in the endzone.

15. Levine Toilolo - Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
Toilolo could score on a Vikings team that gives up the 10th most points to TE's.

16. Charles Clay - Miami Dolphins: @ Oakland
Clay hasn't been much of a factor yet in the new offense.

17. Owen Daniels - Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Daniels takes over as the No. 1 TE in Baltimore after Dennis Pitta's injury.

18. Ladarius Green - San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
Jacksonville is bad against TE's and everyone else.

19. Garrett Graham - Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
Graham hauled in five passes for 41 yards against the G-Men on Sunday.

20. Andrew Quarless - Green Bay Packers: @ Chicago
Quarless got a TD last week.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 4 DST Rankings

1. San Diego Chargers: vs Jacksonville
The Jags allow the most fantasy points to defenses and its Blake Bortles' first NFL start.

2. New England Patriots: @ Kansas City
New England's defense should play another great game.

3. Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay's offense looks to be a mess as per usual when Lovie Smith is the head coach.

4. Detroit Lions: @ New York Jets
Bad Geno could show up and the Lions defense has been really good.

5. Indianapolis Colts: vs Tennessee
Indy is at home and the Titans give up 10th most fantasy points to defenses.

6. Buffalo Bills: @ Houston
If Texans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick throws over 20 times. The Bills will probably win.

7. Houston Texans: vs Buffalo
At home against a shaky QB in E.J. Manuel.

8. Miami Dolphins: @ Oakland
Miami's defense should shut down Oakland.

9. Carolina Panthers: @ Baltimore
Carolina will rebound after a terrible performance against the Steelers.

10. New York Jets: vs Detroit
Detroit is turning it over two times a game and they are weak at right tackle.

11. Washington Redskins: vs New York Giants
Washington has stuffed the run lately which could mean Eli INT's.

12. Atlanta Falcons: @ Minnesota
Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater's first NFL start. They've given up 6th most points.

13. Baltimore Ravens: vs Carolina
Playing at home and the Panthers running backs are beat up as is QB Cam Newton.

14. Chicago Bears: vs Green Bay
The Bears are tied for 2nd among fantasy defenses.

15. Oakland Raiders: vs Miami
The Dolphins are giving up the 5th most points to defenses this season.

* I won't be ranking kickers. Just pick a kicker with a good offense or a kicker that is going against a terrible team.