Week 4 FanDuel Targets

We are here on FanDuel for the first official bye week and one of the reasons we play daily fantasy. As injuries and bye weeks pile up in your season long games it is always nice to come here and fire up some line ups. There are plenty of injuries and guys who are questionable to make this an interesting week.

QB

Deshaun Watson $8,200 – This has the makings of a back and forth offensive affair. If that is the case, Watson will easily be a good play as he has the weapons to fill the box score.

Russell Wilson $7,800 – The Cardinals’ defense remains to be a target for offenses to feast. That doesn’t change this week.

Daniel Jones $7,300- Another good defense to face is the Redskins. The rookie should have no issue gaining value this week.

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RB

Christian McCaffrey $9,000 – The clear top option this week will see plenty of work in this game.

Marlon Mack $7,300 – With T.Y. Hilton likely out this could easily be a heavy Mack attack.

Kerryon Johnson $6,500 – Last week, the Ravens kept the game close with Mark Ingram and I do not see why the Lions won’t try the same game plan.

Leonard Fournette $6,400 – He has not been good. He may not be good this week. He still should get all the touches and chances at the goal line. I’ll take it.

James White $6,200 – This week, the Patriot’s lost their full back James Develin, and Rex Burkhead is questionable. That could mean a big day for White.

Chris Thompson $5,300 – This game could be get ugly for the Redskins and I expect the Giants to focus on shutting down Terry McLauren.

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WR

Keenan Allen $8,100 – The top wide out so far this year, gets the Dolphins this week. I’m not sure what else needs to be said.

Kenny Golladay $6,700 – A bounce back week is on deck. He was a disappointment last week and that usually gets people off of him. This week, he is in another good spot.

Tyler Lockett $6,600 – The best option for the Seahawks is the chalk spot. At this price, he is absolutely in play.

Sterling Shepard $6,500 – The actual number one target that no one talks about, has been getting the targets when healthy.

Mecole Hardman $6,500 – The true deep threat for the Chiefs is at a good middle price this week. He is getting behind defenses consistently.

DJ Moore $6,400 – The Panthers and Kyle Allen looked good last week. Moore was the least utilized out of the main targets and should return to top dog this week.

Will Fuller V $5,900 – I like Watson to air it out this week and Fuller can get open deep.

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TE

Evan Engram $6,800 – With Sterling Shepard, back I still have Engram as my top tight end option. They should be able to help each other out and with Barkley out, they might have to pass more.

Darren Waller $6,700 – He has absolutely been delivering each week and has not even scored a touchdown yet.

Will Dissly $5,400 – The tight end chalk for the week, as the Cardinals have been horrendous versus the tight end.

DEF

Bears $4,700 – The Vikings’ offense has frustrated the fantasy community by refusing to pass. That one dimensional look should make the Bears a good play.

Rams $4,300 – Jameis Winston. I mean, there is more to this pick than that, but does there need to be? He continues to force the ball in bad situations and his offensive line has not held up well thus far.

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