Odell Beckham Jr., Giants vs. Saints. The Saints have been awful against WRs this season, surrendering the most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to the position. Beckham still doesn’t have a TD yet in 2018, and he will certainly look to change that in a solid matchup.
Davante Adams, Packers vs. Bills. Adams has a favorable matchup with the Bills in Week 4. While the Bills just destroyed the Vikings, they are primed to regress against a higher-powered Packers offense. The Bills have allowed four receiving TDs in the first three weeks, and Adams has scored in every game he’s played.
DeAndre Hopkins, Texans @ Colts
Antonio Brown, Steelers vs. Ravens
Julio Jones, Falcons vs. Bengals
Michael Thomas, Saints @ Giants. Thomas leads the NFL in receptions (38) and receiving yards (398). There’s little reason to think that will change in a solid matchup against the Giants.
A.J. Green, Bengals @ Falcons
Keenan Allen, Chargers vs. 49ers. Allen is coming off a two game stretch that saw him average just 5.5 FPPG. The 49ers have allowed the ninth-most FPPG to opposing receivers and could be without Richard Sherman this week as he deals with a calf injury. That will make Allen a real threat for the Chargers and he could put up one of his signature, high-volume games in Week 4.
Tyreek Hill, Chiefs @ Broncos
Nelson Agholor, Eagles @ Titans. Agholor figures to take avantage of a matchup with the Titans, who are allowed the second-most FPPG in the entire league. With Carson Wentz back at QB, Agholor has legitimate WR1 upside and could explode this week if he scores a TD. The potential return of Alshon Jeffery could have an impact on him, but for now, Agholor seems like the top target on the Eagles offense.
Mike Evans, Buccaneers @ Bears
Jarvis Landry, Browns @ Raiders. Landry saw 15 targets and totaled 100-plus yards for the second time in three games this season. With Baker Mayfield at the helm, he has far more upside and could be a low-end WR1 against a Raiders defense that gave up many big plays to the Dolphins last week.
Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos vs. Chiefs. Sanders had 73 scrimmage yards and a TD last week for the Broncos, and it marked the third consecutive week that he had scored at least 9.6 fantasy points. It appears that he’s the favorite target of Case Keenum, and against the Chiefs defense that gives up the fourth-most FPPG to opposing receivers, he should have a solid outing.
Golden Tate, Lions @ Cowboys. Tate continues to be a yards after catch (YAC) machine ranking 13th in the league with 93 YAC through three games. He’s an elusive playmaker, and he should have a chance to make some men miss against the Cowboys, even though the Cowboys have done a solid job of limiting opposing receivers in terms of yardage.
T.Y. Hilton, Colts vs. Texans. Hilton scored a TD in each of his first two games before being held to just 50 yards against the Eagles last week. Andrew Luck will still continue to target him heavily, and Hilton has seen 32 targets in the first three games of the season. That will give him a chance to be a WR2 every week, so even in a tougher matchup, Hilton can be trusted.
Allen Robinson, Bears vs. Buccaneers. Robinson has seen 28 targets in first three games as a member of the Bears. The Buccaneers have a banged-up secondary and could struggle to cover the Bears top receiver in Week 4.
Demaryius Thomas, Broncos vs. Chiefs. Like his teammate Sanders, Thomas has a favorable matchup with the woeful Chiefs secondary.
Amari Cooper, Raiders vs. Browns. The Raiders have frustrated fantasy owners, as their receiving weapons have all been inconsistent. That said, Cooper has a solid matchup against the Browns who are middle-of-the-pack against opposing wide-outs. Cooper could put up another 100 yard game as he did in Week 2, so he’s definitely a WR2 for that reason.
Adam Thielen, Vikings @ Rams. It’s hard to know exactly which Minnesota WR will be the top guy each week, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that Thielen is Kirk Cousins’ favorite target. Thielen has had at least 12 targets in all three games and saw a ridiculous 19 balls go his way against Buffalo. The Rams are a tough matchup, but that shouldn’t stop him from seeing double-digit targets.
Randall Cobb, Packers vs. Bills. Cobb has a good matchup against the Bills defense and he has seen double-digit targets in two games this season. With the Packers sitting at 1-1-1 and needing a win, Cobb could be in for a big outing as they look to stick it to the Bills early.
Marvin Jones Jr., Lions @ Cowboys. Jones has been remarkably consistent this season for the Lions. He has four catches in each game, at least 54 yards, and he has scored twice. The Cowboys won’t be able to contain all three of the Lions top weapons, and Jones is a good bet to break another long catch in this contest.
John Brown, Ravens @ Steelers. This season, Brown has established himself as the top receiver for the Ravens and has scored at least 8.6 fantasy points in all three of his outings. The Steelers have struggled mightily against receivers this year, so Brown could be a legitimate WR2 in a favorable Week 4 matchup (even on the road).
Josh Gordon, Patriots vs. Dolphins. Gordon will likely suit up for his first action as a member of the Patriots in Week 4. The Dolphins just allowed Jordy Nelson to drop 23.3 points on their secondary and if Gordon is up to speed on the New England offense, he could have a chance to do the same.
Stefon Diggs, Vikings @ Rams. Diggs ranks lower than normal in a tough matchup with the Rams, but there’s a chance that he could have a strong outing. We currently favor his teammate Thielen, but both are still starter material for the early-week contest.
Brandin Cooks, Rams vs. Vikings. The Rams receivers are all solid plays each week, but the Vikings could cap their upside a bit on Thursday night. The Vikings have only allowed two TDs to opposing receivers all season, and Cooks has yet to find the end zone. As mostly a yardage threat, is a borderline WR2 but won’t climb any higher unless he can somehow score.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals vs. Seahawks. Fitzgerald’s outlook changes a bit with Josh Rosen at quarterback, as the first-round rookie should look to rely on him as a security blanket. Still, he has only averaged 37.7 yards per game this season, so trusting him as anything more than a WR3 would be a risk, even against a Seattle defense that is allowing the 11th-most FPPG to opposing receivers.
Kenny Golladay, Lions @ Cowboys. Golladay has put up at least 11.3 points in every game he’s played this season. He has also caught a TD in each of the past two games. He’s really emerging as a threatening weapon in the Lions offense and he could continue to grow. It’s possible that by the end of the season, he could be the No. 1 receiver for the team’s offense.
Will Fuller, Texans @ Colts. In two active weeks, Fuller has recorded two 100-yard, one TD games. The Colts have bottled up receivers pretty well to start the season (ranking seventh-best against them), but Fuller is a different type of speed threat that the team may have some trouble dealing with.
Chris Hogan, Patriots vs. Dolphins. Hogan’s ranking is in flux because of his poor performance in the first few weeks of the season. The arrival of Josh Gordon further muddles his potential, as he may be the third option for targets on the offense, but he also could be open more if opposing DBs focus on covering Gordon. Hogan is a risky WR3/FLEX play, especially considering that his best TD production came in garbage time against the Jaguars.
Mike Williams, Chargers vs. 49ers. Williams is emerging as the No. 2 receiver for the Chargers, as he has two 80-plus yard games and has scored three TDs in the first three weeks. In a favorable matchup against the 49ers, Williams could continue to breakout and become a stud that Philip Rivers learns to love.
Sammy Watkins, Chiefs @ Broncos
Kenny Stills, Dolphins @ Patriots
Michael Crabtree, Ravens @ Steelers. Like his teammate John Brown, Crabtree has a very favorable matchup with the Steelers. He has gotten 10 targets in each of the past two weeks, so the volume is there for him to have a solid game.
Tyler Lockett, Seahawks @ Cardinals
Calvin Ridley, Falcons vs. Bengals. Ridley is coming off a monster 146-yard, three TD performance against the Saints. The Bengals may be a bit tougher on him, but he still has the potential to be a solid starter in fantasy football and will certainly benefit from playing second-fiddle to Julio Jones.
Antonio Callaway, Browns @ Raiders. Callaway almost had two, long TDs last week, but he couldn’t connect with Tyrod Taylor. With Baker Mayfield now starting, Callaway could have a chance to become a downfield playmaker and that gives him FLEX appeal heading into Week 4.
Keelan Cole, Jaguars vs. Jets
Chris Godwin, Buccaneers @ Bears. Godwin has caught a TD in each of his first three games this season. He appears to be more consistent than his teammate DeSean Jackson, and will continue to see a lot of targets as he continues to grow into the true No. 2 receiver role with the team. The Bears are a tough matchup though, and if the Fitzmagic wears off, Godwin could find himself performing at a lower level in Week 4. Still, he’s worth a shot as a FLEX because of his TD ability.
Robert Woods, Rams vs. Vikings
Geronimo Allison, Packers vs. Bills. Allison has been steady for the Packers this year, and has posted at least 64 yards in all of his outings. He has also scored two TDs and appears to have earned the trust of Aaron Rodgers. He’s worth a shot at FLEX against the Bills.
DeSean Jackson, Buccaneers @ Bears. After putting up massive TDs in each of his first two games, Jackson was quiet against the Steelers, only catching three balls for 37 yards. He’ll always be an explosive, big-play threat, but he isn’t going to consistently produce which makes him a risky play week-in and week-out.
Cooper Kupp, Rams vs. Vikings
Corey Davis, Titans vs. Eagles. As long as Marcus Mariota is dealing with an elbow issue, Davis is hard to trust as he won’t get enough opportunities to make downfield plays.
Quincy Enunwa, Jets @ Jaguars. Enunwa will likely face Jalen Ramsey and is playing with a rookie QB on the road. That makes it tough to trust him in Week 4.
Marquise Goodwin, 49ers @ Chargers. C.J. Beathard is quarterbacking the 49ers now with Jimmy Garoppolo out for the season. That’s going to really hurt Marquise Goodwin’s value in fantasy, and he can’t be trusted as a starter until we see Beathard in action again.
Pierre Garcon, 49ers @ Chargers
Anthony Miller, Bears vs. Buccaneers
Dede Westbrook, Jaguars vs. Jets
Jordy Nelson, Raiders vs. Browns. Nelson put up almost 200 yards and a TD last week against the Dolphins. The Browns will be a tougher test and given the Raiders tendency to spread the ball around from week to week, it will make it hard for Nelson to repeat his success.
Brandon Marshall, Seahawks @ Cardinals
Kelvin Benjamin, Bills @ Packers
Tyler Boyd, Bengals @ Falcons. Boyd is going to be a popular waiver pickup this week, but for the time being, he’s just a speculative FLEX play at best.