Fantasy Football Week 4: Start’em, Sit’em, Sleepers, Waiver, PPR Picks

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Sep 22, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt (18) leaps to catch a pass against San Diego Chargers defensive back Jahleel Addae (37) during the first half at LP Field. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Justin: Fred Jackson, RB, Buffalo Bills
Jackson may not even be considered a sleeper anymore, seeing as how he’s outplayed Spiller thus far this season and that he gets the majority of the red-zone carries. It seems the coaching staff wants to keep Jackson involved, and heavily so. Spiller’s carries may be limited this week due to his minor injury, which only opens up the door a little wider for Fred Jackson. The Bills want to keep running to make it easy on rookie QB EJ Manuel, so Jackson could be heavily relied upon come Sunday.

David: Knowshon Moreno vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Given the news that the three Denver RBs played rock, paper, scissors to determine who got the last TD against Oakland, many fantasy owners are scared to trust any of the them. Hillman and Ball have the greater potential, but Moreno is the better back right now. The Eagles defense has been soft against the run so far this year, and they will respect the aerial attack of the Manning-led Broncos. Moreno will find plenty of room underneath both in the passing and running game.

Matt: Kenny Britt, WR, Tennessee Titans
After all the disappointing stuff he’s done through three weeks look for him to bounce back Sunday against the New York Jets.  I just feel like it’s one of those games where everyone is against Britt and he shows up. It’ll be one of his four big games all season where people have him on their bench.