Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 4

Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 4

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Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 4

QB | RB | WR | TE | PK | DF | Movement Analysis

NOTE: These player rankings track a player’s value for the remainder of the season.

QUARTERBACKS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Aaron Rodgers GBP 7
  2 Andrew Luck IND 10
  3 Matt Ryan ATL 10
  4 Peyton Manning DEN 7
Up 5 Tom Brady NEP 4
  6 Carson Palmer ARI 9
  7 Russell Wilson SEA 9
  8 Eli Manning NYG 11
  9 Cam Newton CAR 5
  10 Drew Brees NOS 11
  11 Philip Rivers SDC 10
Up 12 Andy Dalton CIN 7
  13 Marcus Mariota TEN 4
  14 Tyrod Taylor BUF 8
Down 15 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 11
Down 16 Ryan Tannehill MIA 5
Down 17 Matthew Stafford DET 9
  18 Derek Carr OAK 6
  19 Jameis Winston TBB 6
  20 Sam Bradford PHI 8
  21 Teddy Bridgewater MIN 5
  22 Ryan Fitzpatrick NYJ 5
  23 Alex Smith KCC 9
  24 Colin Kaepernick SFO 10
  25 Joe Flacco BAL 9
  26 Blake Bortles JAC 8
Up 27 Michael Vick PIT 11
  28 Jay Cutler CHI 7
  29 Ryan Mallett HOU 9
  30 Kirk Cousins WAS 8
  31 Branden Weeden DAL 6
  32 Nick Foles STL 6
  33 Luke McCown NOS 11
  34 Josh McCown CLE 11
  35 Jimmy Clausen CHI 7

TIGHT ENDS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Rob Gronkowski NEP 4
  2 Jimmy Graham SEA 9
  3 Travis Kelce KCC 9
  4 Greg Olsen CAR 5
  5 Tyler Eifert CIN 7
  6 Martellus Bennett CHI 7
  7 Jason Witten DAL 6
  8 Eric Ebron DET 9
  9 Jordan Reed WAS 8
  10 Kyle Rudolph MIN 5
  11 Delanie Walker TEN 4
  12 Jordan Cameron MIA 5
  13 Richard Rodgers GBP 7
  14 Heath Miller PIT 11
  15 Charles Clay BUF 8
Down 16 Dwayne Allen IND 10
Up 17 Antonio Gates SDC 10
  18 Zach Ertz PHI 8
  19 Larry Donnell NYG 11
  20 Crockett Gilmore BAL 9
  21 Scott Chandler NEP 4
  22 Owen Daniels DEN 7
  23 Jared Cook STL 6
Down 24 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TBB 6
  25 Ladarius Green SDC 10
Down 26 Vernon Davis SFO 10
  27 Gavin Escobar DAL 6
  28 Coby Fleener IND 10
Up 29 Maxx Williams BAL 9
Up 30 Gary Barnidge CLE 11

KICKERS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  2 Brandon McManus DEN 7
  1 Stephen Gostkowski NEP 4
  3 Mason Crosby GBP 7
  4 Matt Bryant ATL 10
  5 Steven Hauschka SEA 9
Down 6 Adam Vinatieri IND 10
  7 Justin Tucker BAL 9
  8 Chandler Catanzaro ARI 9
  9 Dan Bailey DAL 6
  10 Josh Brown NYG 11
  11 Graham Gano CAR 5
  12 Cairo Santos KCC 9
  13 Caleb Sturgis PHI 8
  14 Josh Lambo SDC 10
  15 Blair Walsh MIN 5
  16 Mike Nugent CIN 7
  17 Dan Carpenter BUF 8
  18 Randy Bullock HOU 9
  19 Andrew Franks MIA 5
  20 Matt Prater DET 9
  21 Zach Hocker NOS 11
  22 Nick Folk NYJ 5
Up 23 Sebastian Janikowski OAK 6
  24 Phil Dawson SFO 10
  25 Robbie Gould CHI 7
  26 Josh Scobee PIT 11
Down 27 Greg Zuerlein STL 6
  28 Dustin Hopkins WAS 8
  29 Ryan Succop TEN 4
  30 Travis Coons CLE 11
  31 Jason Myers JAC 8
Down 32 Kyle Brindza TBB 6

RUNNING BACKS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Jamaal Charles KCC 9
  2 Adrian Peterson MIN 5
  3 Le’Veon Bell PIT 11
  4 Matt Forte CHI 7
  5 Eddie Lacy GBP 7
  6 Mark Ingram NOS 11
  7 Latavius Murray OAK 6
  8 C.J. Anderson DEN 7
  9 Frank Gore IND 10
  10 Marshawn Lynch SEA 9
  11 LeSean McCoy BUF 8
  12 Jeremy Hill CIN 7
  13 Carlos Hyde SFO 10
Down 14 Justin Forsett BAL 9
  15 Dion Lewis NEP 4
  16 Arian Foster HOU 9
  17 Lamar Miller MIA 5
  18 Giovani Bernard CIN 7
  19 Chris Ivory NYJ 5
  20 Melvin Gordon SDC 10
  21 Ameer Abdullah DET 9
  22 Joseph Randle DAL 6
  23 Danny Woodhead SDC 10
Up 24 LeGarrette Blount NEP 4
  25 Jonathan Stewart CAR 5
Down 26 Doug Martin TBB 6
  27 Isaiah Crowell CLE 11
Down 28 DeMarco Murray PHI 8
Up 29 Devonta Freeman ATL 10
Up 30 Karlos Williams BUF 8
  31 Todd Gurley STL 6
  32 Chris Johnson ARI 9
  33 Matt Jones WAS 8
  34 Rashad Jennings NYG 11
  35 C.J. Spiller NOS 11
  36 T.J. Yeldon JAC 8
  37 David Johnson ARI 9
  38 Tevin Coleman ATL 10
  39 Lance Dunbar DAL 6
  40 Shane Vereen NYG 11
  41 Khiry Robinson NOS 11
  42 Bilal Powell NYJ 5
  43 Andre Ellington ARI 9
  44 Darren Sproles PHI 8
Down 45 Alfred Morris WAS 8
  46 Ronnie Hillman DEN 7
  47 Duke Johnson CLE 11
  48 James Starks GBP 7
  49 Dexter McCluster TEN 4
  50 Theo Riddick DET 9
  51 Ryan Mathews PHI 8
  52 Charles Sims TBB 6
  53 Lorenzo Taliaferro BAL 9
  54 Chris Thompson WAS 8
Up 55 Thomas Rawls SEA 9
  56 Joique Bell DET 9
  57 Bishop Sankey TEN 4
  58 Tre Mason STL 6
  59 Darren McFadden DAL 6
  60 Andre Williams NYG 11

DEFENSE

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Seattle Seahawks SEA 9
  2 Denver Broncos DEN 7
  3 Arizona Cardinals ARI 9
  4 Buffalo Bills BUF 8
  5 St. Louis Rams STL 6
  6 Minnesota Vikings MIN 5
  7 Philadelphia Eagles PHI 8
  8 Cincinnati Bengals CIN 7
  9 Baltimore Ravens BAL 9
Down 10 Miami Dolphins MIA 5
  11 Kansas City Chiefs KCC 9
  12 Houston Texans HOU 9
  13 Green Bay Packers GBP 7
  14 New England Patriots NEP 4
  15 Atlanta Falcons ATL 10
  16 Carolina Panthers CAR 5
  17 New York Jets NYJ 5
Up 18 Washington Redskins WAS 8
  19 Tennessee Titans TEN 4
  20 Indianapolis Colts IND 10
  21 Cleveland Browns CLE 11
  22 Dallas Cowboys DAL 6
  23 San Francisco 49ers SFO 10
  24 New York Giants NYG 11
  25 Chicago Bears CHI 7
  26 Detroit Lions DET 9
  27 San Diego Chargers SDC 10
  28 Pittsburgh Steelers PIT 11
  29 New Orleans Saints NOS 11
  30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBB 6
  31 Jacksonville Jaguars JAC 8
  32 Oakland Raiders OAK 6

WIDE RECEIVERS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Julio Jones ATL 10
  2 Demaryius Thomas DEN 7
  3 A.J. Green CIN 7
  4 Odell Beckham NYG 11
Down 5 Antonio Brown PIT 11
  6 Randall Cobb GBP 7
  7 Calvin Johnson DET 9
  8 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 7
  9 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 9
  10 Keenan Allen SDC 10
Up 11 Brandon Marshall NYJ 5
  12 Jarvis Landry MIA 5
  13 Julian Edelman NEP 4
  14 Jordan Matthews PHI 8
Up 15 Amari Cooper OAK 6
  16 Alshon Jeffery CHI 7
  17 Mike Evans TBB 6
  18 Brandin Cooks NOS 11
  19 TY Hilton IND 10
  20 Steve Smith BAL 9
  21 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 9
  22 Golden Tate DET 9
  23 Jeremy Maclin KCC 9
  24 John Brown ARI 9
  25 James Jones GBP 7
Up 26 Kendall Wright TEN 4
Up 27 Donte Moncrief IND 10
  28 Allen Robinson JAC 8
Down 29 Terrance Williams DAL 6
  30 Sammy Watkins BUF 8
  31 Vincent Jackson TBB 6
Down 32 Andre Johnson IND 10
  33 Stevie Johnson SDC 10
  34 Davante Adams GBP 7
  35 Pierre Garcon WAS 8
  36 DeSean Jackson WAS 8
  37 Travis Benjamin CLE 11
  38 Doug Baldwin SEA 9
  39 Percy Harvin BUF 8
  40 Anquan Boldin SFO 10
Up 41 Marvin Jones CIN 7
Up 42 Rishard Matthews MIA 5
  43 Michael Floyd ARI 9
  44 Martavis Bryant PIT 11
  45 Brandon Coleman NOS 11
Down 46 Mike Wallace MIN 5
Down 47 Roddy White ATL 10
  48 Eric Decker NYJ 5
  49 Eddie Royal CHI 7
Down 50 Nelson Agholor PHI 8
  51 Michael Crabtree OAK 6
  52 Allen Hurns JAC 8
  53 Tyler Lockett SEA 9
  54 Rueben Randle NYG 11
  55 Dorial Green-Beckham TEN 4
  56 Victor Cruz NYG 11
  57 Torrey Smith SFO 10
  58 Ted Ginn Jr CAR 5
  59 Leonard Hankerson ATL 10
  60 Marques Colston NOS 11
  61 Nate Washington HOU 9
  62 Phillip Dorsett IND 10
  63 DeVante Parker MIA 5
  64 Tavon Austin STL 6
  65 Charles Johnson MIN 5
  66 Breshad Perriman BAL 9
  67 Kenny Britt STL 6
  68 Dez Bryant DAL 6
  69 Danny Amendola NEP 4
  70 Brandon LaFell NEP 4
  71 Robert Woods BUF 8
  72 Brian Hartline CLE 11
  73 Devin Funchess CAR 5
  74 Louis Murphy TBB 6
  75 Cole Beasley DAL 6
  76 Jermaine Kearse SEA 9
  77 Kenny Stills MIA 5
  78 Devin Smith NYJ 5
  79 Seth Roberts OAK 6
  80 Jordan Norwood DEN 7

Quarterback Movement

Tom Brady, PatriotsUp
Thriving in the equivalent of a WWE heel turn as his “Up Yours, Goodell!” tour rages on.

Andy Dalton, BengalsUp
Whether he’s making a Romo-esque journey from scapegoat to standout or just enjoying the non-pressure of the regular season, Dalton is en fuego.

Ben Roethlisberger, SteelersDown
Knees aren’t meant to bend in that direction; even someone as tough as Big Ben will likely be down for closer to the six-week end of the timetable.

Ryan Tannehill, DolphinsDown
It’s not all Tannehill’s fault, but he certainly hasn’t taken that big step forward the preseason hype led us to believe was happening.

Matthew Stafford, LionsDown
Beaten, battered, and banged up–plus his coaches still insist on making him give the ball to Joique Bell far too frequently.

Michael Vick, SteelersUp
He’s back! Vick takes the reins of a very good offense, with the question less about his rushing and more about his ability to keep feeding Antonio Brown.

Running Back Movement

Justin Forsett, RavensDown
Baltimore’s defense isn’t allowing the offense to establish the run; Forsett is clinging to fantasy value by catching passes.

LeGarrette Blount, PatriotsUp
He’s going to be the goal line guy, which in this offense has tremendous upside. Just don’t get #Belichicked.

Doug Martin, BuccaneersDown
Has yet to live up to the promise of the preseason, and now Charles Sims is stealing his looks in the passing game.

DeMarco Murray, EaglesDown
Remember how injury-prone this guy used to be? It’s happening again, in addition to a complete lack of effectiveness.

Devonta Freeman, FalconsUp
He’s not nearly as good as he looked against Dallas, but he’s definitely played his way into a larger share of the touches even when Tevin Coleman returns.

Karlos Williams, BillsUp
The junior share of Buffalo’s backfield touches might be enough to generate fantasy value–and there’s even more Williams upside in Shady McCoy’s bad hammy..

Alfred Morris, RedskinsDown
Looks like Chris Thompson is the pass-catching back and Matt Jones is the better of the runners; doesn’t leave much for Alf on this sinking ship of an offense.

Thomas Rawls, SeahawksUp
This may finally be the season Marshawn Lynch breaks down; if so, Rawls is the guy who will pick up the carries.





















Wide Reciever Movement

Antonio Brown, SteelersDown
He’s great enough to overcome the switch in quarterbacks, but it’s likely going to cut into his productivity at least a little bit.

Brandon Marshall, JetsUp
Still something left in the tank, even with Ryan Fitzpatrick slinging the ball his way. Chan Gailey is putting him to good use..

Amari Cooper, RaidersUp
Cooper is abusing quality NFL corners on a weekly basis as he’s living up to every ounce of draft and preseason hype..

Kendall Wright, TitansUp
Marcus Mariota knows where to find Wright, and Wright knows what to do after the catch. It’s a match made in heaven.

Donte Moncrief, ColtsUp
The Colts just paid one receiver and spent a first-round pick on another–neither of them Moncrief, who might actually be the best pass-catcher on the team.

Terrance Williams, CowboysDown
Branden Weeden doesn’t look willing to take shots down the field, and Williams’ critical fourth-down drop in Week 3 doesn’t exactly build confidence.

Andre Johnson, ColtsDown
Johnson is at best Indy’s WR3–and in serious danger of falling even further down their receiver rotation.

Marvin Jones, BengalsUp
When teams take away Tyler Eifert and throw all their attention at AJ Green, it’s nice to have a guy like Jones who can make opponents pay for ignoring him..

Rishard Matthews, DolphinsUp
Zoomed past Greg Jennings and Kenny Stills into the fore of Miami’s receiver rotation, and shows no signs of abdicating his position.

Mike Wallace, VikingsDown
Doesn’t look like Teddy Two Gloves is going to take many shots downfield, and Kyle Rudolph is his man in the red zone. Neither benefit Wallace’s fantasy value.

Roddy White, FalconsDown
It’s all Julio, all the time in Atlanta–to the point of excluding Roddy.

Nelson Agholor, EaglesDown
How Chip Kelly of Chip to draft a guy in the first round and then completely ignore him.

Tight End Movement

Dwayne Allen, ColtsDown
Currently injured, plus the Indy offense simply isn’t throwing to tight ends with the same volume they did a year ago.

Antonio Gates, ChargersUp
He’s a week away from returning, to an offense that needs him and still loves to throw to its tight ends.

Austin Seferian-JenkinsDown
A shoulder injury is going to knock at least a month out of ASJ’s sophomore season. Who knows what shape the Bucs will be in when he returns?

Vernon Davis, 49ersDown
Rumors of Davis’ return to fantasy relevancy were apparently greatly exaggerated. With Colin Kaepernick at QB, might be better served wearing the other team’s jersey.

Maxx Williams, RavensUp
Seeing more and more playing time, which means more and more opportunities in Marc Trestman’s TE-friendly Baltimore offense.

Gary Barnidge, BrownsUp
It’s not like Cleveland has any wideouts of note, especially when Johnny Manziel isn’t launching deep balls, so Barnidge becomes a heavily targeted option.

Kicker Movement

Adam Vinatieri, ColtsDown
Should be at about 30 points right now, but is nowhere close. Tough to be patient and wait for Indy’s offense to catch fire.

Sebastian Janikowski, RaidersUp
The more faith we place in Oakland’s offense as legit, the more faith we place in Seabass getting an opportunity to swing that big leg of his.

Greg Zuerlein, RamsDown
Legatron continues to rust with his offense providing minimal scoring opportunities.

Kyle Brindza, BuccaneersDown
Was brutal in Week 3, yet still received the dreaded coach’s vote of confidence–but don’t be surprised if the Bucs give Martin Gramatica.

Team Defense Movement

Miami DolphinsDown
Ndamukong Suh was going to be the crown jewel in Miami’s stout defense. Hasn’t worked out that way just yet.

Washington RedskinsUp

An underrated unit, with the added bonus of playing some DST-friendly quarterbacks in the NFC East.


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