Fantasy Football: More Week Four Sleepers
A couple more sleepers to consider this week in addition to the ones named earlier.
Chad Henne, QB (Mia): Coming off one of his best games as a pro, Henne faces a NE defense that struggles to rush the passer. Combine that with a young secondary and you have a decent opportunity to post a big game. And who doesn’t love having a player going on MNF?
Stephen Williams, WR (Ari): Breaston and Doucet will both miss this Sunday’s game and the undrafted rookie will get the chance while facing a decent matchup versus SD’s secondary which hasn’t really impressed anyone.
Lawerance Maroney, RB (Den): Moreno is out Sunday and Maroney should once again get the bulk of the carries. His 2.0 avg last week versus Indy won’t inspire anyone but RB is a shallow position.
Legedu Naanee, WR (SD): While Rivers is not afraid to throw the ball anywhere, he may find Legedu more often this Sunday since Rodgers-Cromartie has had a good season thus far. While Floyd is still the man, as far as WRs to own, Naanee has a good chance to post respectable numbers.
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Michael Jenkins, WR (ATL): Douglas did not take Jenkins’ job while he was injured and Roddy White is playing incredibly. Falcons could use the deep threat and so could you.
Roscoe Parrish, WR (BUF): Parrish is a speedster and he excelled last week with Fitzpatrick at the helm accumulating 83 yards on 6 targets. Could be a favorite of the new QB.
Mohammed Massaquoi, WR (CLE): MoMass has been invisible since Delhomme went down but when he returns there could be matchup value in certain weeks.
Arrelious Benn, WR (TB): Could start at flanker after the bye. Freeman has done better than expected but this is a mild passing offense. Fellow rookie Mike Williams is the main-man and Strouder should produce from the slot, therefore upside is limited.