Quarterback Streaming Options: Week 4, 2019

Week 4 Quarterback Streaming Options targets are here to help you replace Jimmy Garoppolo who is on a bye week or injured options like Drew Brees or Ben Roethlisberger. These options are widely available players who can help you win this week in fantasy football.

Now before you ask, no Daniel Jones is not one of the options. And yes I would start all three of these players over him. Could he have a monster game against Washington? Sure, but I am not banking on it happening.

Before we proceed forward into Week 4, let’s take a look back at how we did in Week 3.

Stud – Jacoby Brissett and Mitch Trubisky

Both Brissett and Trubisky were studs in Week 3, finishing as top 12 options at the position. The spots made sense and players came through.

Dud – Matthew Stafford

Stafford was one of my worst calls for Week 3. Somehow the Lions won the game despite his 200 passing yards and only 1 touchdown. The Eagles secondary was ready to be attacked but he didn’t produce like we expected.

As for the targets in Week 4?

Kyle Allen – 11% Owned

Kyle Allen is my stream of the week at the quarterback position. He looked awesome a week ago throwing for 261 yards and 4 touchdowns. Granted this was against a bad Arizona secondary. His only other NFL start came last season in Week 17. In that contest he threw for 228 yards and 2 TDs. He added a third touchdown on the ground.

This week he faces a Texans defense 6th worst against the pass. While Houston has a better pass rush that should cause issues, I expect Allen to perform once again in his second straight road start.

Allen is a top 12 option for me this week. He is dangerously close to not only leapfrogging Carson Wentz in my Week 4 rankings, but securing a starting spot in my Scott Fish Bowl lineup.

Fire him up this week!

Case Keenum – 15% Owned

For a QB that was an afterthought even in deep one quarterback or Superflex/2QB leagues, Case Keenum has been a stud. He seems to have gained some of what made him interesting during his time in Minnesota.

Thus far he has thrown for multiple touchdown passes in all 3 games and eclipsed the 300 yards mark in 2 of those. Even with his 3 interception performance against the Bears he remains a top 12 option at the position.

This week Keenum is on the road to face a Giants defense that is allowing the 4th most fantasy points to the position. I am expecting another multi-touchdown performance with around 300 yards passing.

There is a chance that Keenum doesn’t play in this game after being spotted in a walking boot. But that could mean it’s time for the Dwayne Haskins show to start. I’m happy to roll him out this week as well. But from everything Jay Gruden said, Keenum should be under center this week against the Giants.

Jacoby Brissett – 30% Owned

Jacoby Brisset is another option I am a fan of this week. If you are looking for a safer option with less blowup potential this is your guy. The yardage totals for Brissett have been underwhelming in two of his three starts which is less than ideal. However, he continues to produce multiple touchdowns in all his starts. His ability to utilize his legs adds to he safety.

This week Indianapolis is home to face a Raider defense allowing the 12 most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. While I expect the Colts to run the ball early and often, Brissett should be a fine streamer in Week 4.

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