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Week 4 Fantasy Football Sleepers: Target These 10 Sleepers in Week 4

Whether your fantasy football team is 3-0 or 0-3 heading into Week 4 you can always use a sleeper in your fantasy lineup. Jason Radowitz is here with 10 fantasy football sleepers in Week 4.
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Week 4 Fantasy Football Sleepers: Target These 10 Sleepers in Week 4

As we head into Week 4, many owners are likely upset that they're not getting top-tier production out of their roster. This happens to everyone. Projections are cool. But the reality is, only the stats each week matter.

If you're looking to replace a player at a position or two or just want to know who to start and sit, we've got you covered. Here's a look at ten sleepers for Week 4 in fantasy football.

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Top 10 Sleepers to Target for Week 4

  • Jared Goff, QB, Detroit Lions
  • Marcus Mariota, QB, Atlanta Falcons

Last week, Jared Goff dropped back 41 times in a loss to Minnesota. But he threw for 277 yards to go along with a touchdown and an interception. Anyway, he's taking on a Seattle defense that hasn't played very well this season. Atlanta just out-score Seattle last week. Detroit's offense is moving at a really good pace this season, and Goff is the main reason.

Since we're talking about Atlanta's performance last week, we should bring up Marcus Mariota. He's thrown for at least 215 yards in two of three games and has two games with a rushing touchdown. Mariota's taking on a Cleveland defense allowed the Jets to score over 30 points.

  • J.D. McKissic, RB, Washington Commanders
  • Khalil Herbert, RB, Chicago Bears

McKissic has seen 16 targets in the last two games out of the backfield. He's not going to rush the football a lot, but he just saw 53% of snaps last week against the Eagles. If he's in 50% of the time, he'll get plenty of targets as the Commanders try and catch up to the Cowboys.

Khalil Herbert's Week 3 was impressive. He took over for David Montgomery and had two rushing touchdowns with 157 yards rushing. David Montgomery is questionable for Week 4, but even if he's able to play, the Bears, who are run-happy anyway, will stick to their hot hand with Herbert for at least half of the game against the Giants.

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  • DJ Chark, WR, Detroit Lions
  • Greg Dortch, WR, Arizona Cardinals
  • Zay Jones, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Josh Reynolds, WR, Detroit Lions

The Detroit offense is starting to become intriguing. Chark has seen at least six targets in two of three games and has a touchdown this season. He will be slightly inconsistent, but the Lions shouldn't have any problems throwing down the field against the Seahawks. With Amon-Ra St. Brown potentially out, he and Reynolds are solid options.

Meanwhile, Zay Jones finished with ten catches for 85 yards and a touchdown with the Jaguars last week. He's seen at least nine targets in two of three games and seems to fit well with the Jaguars' offense.

Finally, Greg Dortch has been Mr. Consistent for Arizona. He hauled in nine of 10 targets last week and has now seen 23 targets in three games in the absence of DeAndre Hopkins. This will continue until Hopkins returns.

  • David Njoku, TE, Cleveland Browns
  • Tyler Conklin, TE, New York Jets

David Njoku had nine catches on ten targets last week against the Steelers. He had 89 yards receiving and scored a touchdown. That's his upside. He will have games where he never sees the ball. But he can also earn you 20+ fantasy points in a PPR format. If you're looking for a lottery spot at the tight end spot, he's the guy.

Although the Jets paid CJ Uzomah a ton of money to come to New York, it's Tyler Conklin getting most of the reps. He played 79% of snaps last week against the Bengals and has seen at least seven targets in every game this season. Zach Wilson returning has me a bit concerned, but Conklin still figures to be a solid portion of the offense for the Jets in Week 4.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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