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Week 4: Top 3 Players You Must-Start

Week 4 has arrived and many fantasy players teams are stuck in a weird place record wise. Some of you are 3-0 (congrats!), and some of you are 2-1 which means you have also done pretty well so far. On the other side of the spectrum, many people are 1-2 or even 0-3 (ouch!). If you are on the bad side of those records, you cannot make any mistakes with your lineup this week and it may be time to start making some roster changes. As always, this list contains 1 QB, 1 RB and 1 WR who some may be contemplating whether they should start them or not this week and I am here to tell you, yes! Get these the below in your lineups regardless of match up or any other reservation you may have. Remember, many times the players who show up on this list were drafted fairly early. If you drafted a player earlier enough, than the schedule should not be such a deterrent as you always play your studs regardless of match up, don’t get cute. Proceed to week 4!


Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals

The ginger QB is a must start this week against a Kansas City defense that has really been terrible vs the pass. Yes, Sean Smith returns and he is arguably the best CB the Chief’s have but right now I do not see him being enough to slow down Dalton. Kansas City’s offense isn’t top notch but it is good enough to the point where I can see these two teams going back and forth on the scoreboard. Dalton has a fully healthy cast and has been fire hot through the first 3 weeks of the season. Andy Dalton is a must-start so get him into your lineups!


Karlos Williams, RB, Bills

Is Karlos Williams on your fantasy team? If so, nice job on picking him up before it was too late. Many people, including myself, liked Williams early on, but assuming McCoy was healthy, we figured Williams would not see the field often enough to make a difference. Damn were we wrong or what?!? Williams has 3 TD’s through 3 weeks of football and is being given the full reigns this week as Shady is out with an injury. Unless you are in an 8 team league than it is not likely you can give me a reason good enough to not start him. Williams plays the Giants this week, who haven’t exactly been beast in the defense department either. Get Karlos Williams in all of your lineups and also in your DFS lineups.


Amari Cooper, WR, Raiders

Raiders are starting to become common names to make the must-start and sleeper list. Today Cooper is on the must-start list as he prepares to face the Chicago Bears. Believe it or not, it is still hard for people to trust Raider players in fantasy and I get it, they have sucked for a very long time. Things seem to be different this time around and Cooper has a lot to do with that. Bears secondary has been weak all season and Cooper should of plenty of open space to make plays. Get Cooper into your starting lineup and do not let any schedule interrupt starting him moving forward. DFS is also a good place to play Cooper as the value is def. worth it. Just win baby!
Do you disagree with our list of must-starts? Are we missing a player you feel deserves to be on the list more then the players above? Let us know in the comment section below.

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