Week 4 NFL DFS Stacks

While he may take a page from Kyler Murray and move the chains with his legs in this matchup, I also think he’ll make a statement by getting the ball to his primary receivers in Andrews and Brown, who were also frustratingly shut down Monday night.

Paying up for the Ravens’ D/ST makes sense based on the spread, but also when you consider that Washington has one of the most-sacked QBs (3.3 sacks per game), and is tied for second in the league with seven turnovers.

As good as Darrell Henderson has been, averaging 5.7 YPC, I think the carries and targets will be pretty evenly split again once Brown is fully healthy.

If anything, the question marks now surrounding Odell and Landry make me more optimistic about Hooper’s chance to finally be the receiving weapon he once was in Atlanta.

Detroit has been pretty equally generous in passing and rushing yards allowed, so these two make sense together, not to mention that Kamara is the favored target for Brees this season.

On those sites, it’s pretty easy to take a shot on a low-owned QB with plenty of upside and a receiving back in a Top 9 fantasy matchup.

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