Week 4 WR Rankings PPR: Wide Receiver Fantasy Stats & Projections

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This week hosted some star performances, especially one surprise out of Mike Evans who caught eight passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Cooper Kupp also provided a big game for the Rams with his 11 receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns. While you could expect those two to eventually have a crazy game, we also got to see some unexpected players come through in big ways. This article contains a list of the top 50 wide receivers for Week 4 along with fantasy projections.

Week 4 Wide Receiver Rankings

RankTierPlayerTeamWeek 4 OpponentWeek 4 Projection (PPR)
11Keenan AllenLos Angeles ChargersMiami Dolphins25.4
21Julio JonesAtlanta FalconsTennessee Titans23.21
31Devante AdamsGreen Bay PackersPhildelphia Eagles21.19
41Amari CooperDallas CowboysNew Orleans Saints20.63
51DeAndre HopkinsHouston TexansCarolina Panthers19.25
62Tyler LockettSeattle SeahawksArizona Cardinals18.89
72Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland BrownsBaltimore Ravens17.67
82T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis ColtsOakland Raiders17.48
92Sammy WatkinsKansas City ChiefsDetroit Lions16.79
102Tyler BoydCincinnati BengalsPittsburgh Steelers16.36
112Michael ThomasNew Orleans SaintsDallas Cowboys16.24
123Mike EvansTampa Bay BuccaneersLos Angeles Rams16.23
133Julian EdelmanNew England PatriotsBuffalo Bills15.94
143Brandin CooksLos Angeles RamsTampa Bay Buccaneers15.73
153Sterling ShepardNew York GiantsWashington Redskins15.49
163Cooper KuppLos Angeles RamsTampa Bay Buccaneers15.45
173Kenny GolladayDetroit LionsKansas City Chiefs15.18
184Mike WilliamsLos Angeles ChargersMiami Dolphins15.15
194JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh SteelersCincinnati Bengals14.96
204Adam ThielenMinnesota VikingsChicago Bears14.68
215Mecole HardmanKansas City ChiefsDetroit Lions14.26
225Curtis SamuelCarolina PanthersHouston Texans14.23
235Larry FitzgeraldArizona CardinalsSeattle Seahawks14.21
245Emmanuel SandersDenver BroncosJacksonville Jaguars14.02
255Robert WoodsLos Angeles RamsTampa Bay Buccaneers13.88
265Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia EaglesGreen Bay Packers13.87
275Marquise BrownBaltimore RavensCleveland Browns13.67
285Allen RobinsonChicago BearsMinnesota Vikings13.62
295Demarcus RobinsonKansas City ChiefsDetroit Lions13.37
305D.J. MooreCarolina PanthersHouston Texans13.22
315D.K. MetcalfSeattle SeahawksArizona Cardinals13.14
326Terry McLaurinWashington RedskinsNew York Giants12.81
336Calvin RidleyAtlanta FalconsTennessee Titans12.49
346Christian KirkArizona CardinalsSeattle Seahawks12.28
356Chris GodwinTampa Bay BuccaneersLos Angeles Rams11.96
366John RossCincinnati BengalsPittsburgh Steelers11.83
376Stefon DiggsMinnesota VikingsChicago Bears11.68
386Josh GordonNew England PatriotsBuffalo Bills11.58
397Tyrell WilliamsOakland RaidersIndianapolis Colts11.31
407DJ CharkJacksonville JaguarsDenver Broncos11.19
417Marvin JonesDetroit LionsKansas City Chiefs11.04
427Phillip DorsettNew England PatriotsBuffalo Bills10.75
437Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay PackersPhildelphia Eagles10.56
447John BrownBuffalo BillsNew England Patriots10.40
458Will Fuller VHouston TexansCarolina Panthers10.19
468Courtland SuttonDenver BroncosJacksonville Jaguars10.06
478Mack HollinsPhiladelphia EaglesGreen Bay Packers9.78
488Paul RichardsonWashington RedskinsNew York Giants9.57
498Preston WilliamsMiami DolphinsLos Angeles Chargers9.33
508Corey DavisTennessee TitansAtlanta Falcons9.24

A New Number One

Keenan Allen is set up nicely for what might be the biggest game of his season if it is even possible to top his last week’s performance. He is coming off a huge week in a losing effort against the Texans where he hauled in 13 receptions for 183 yards plus two touchdowns. This week the Chargers travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins. The Dolphins have allowed ten passing touchdowns so far this year, which is the most in the NFL, as well as the 5th most passing yards in the league. As Philip Rivers’s top receiving option, especially with Hunter Henry still out with injury, this sets up perfectly for another big game. The momentum from his last game along with the frustration of a loss should carry over into a big Week 4 for Keenan Allen.

Week 3 Surprises

Sterling Shepard stepped up in a big way in the Giants game against the Buccaneers in their comeback win. Daniel Jones made his first start for the Giants which arose questions about how Shepard’s volume would be affected, Jones fit in perfectly and targetted Shepard nine times. Shepard caught seven of them for 100 yards and one touchdown. A Week 4 matchup against the Redskins should mean a similar (if not more) workload, especially with Saquon Barkley out for the next couple of weeks. Another surprise came from Marvin Jones. Jones has been ranked throughout the season in the middle of the pack, but in a game where Kenny Golladay didn’t produce, Jones stepped up. He caught six passes for 101 yards and a touchdown in a surprise victory over the Eagles. The Chiefs will again be a tough matchup for the Lions, but Jones is looking more and more like a valuable part of a growing Lions’ offense.

Injuries To Watch

There are two notable injuries that you should be keeping up to date with if you have either of these players. The first is T.Y. Hilton. Hilton has been continuously getting over a hamstring injury throughout the season. Late in the first half, Hilton left for the locker room early after scoring a touchdown in which it was reported that he reaggravated his hamstring injury. His status for next week is still up in the air, so all Hilton owners should pay close attention to his injury news. Lastly, there is Julian Edelman. Edelman had a touchdown earlier in the game when he left with a rib injury. Sources have come out that this is not a serious injury, and he will likely be ready to play next week, but it is still something to look out for.

Taken A Fall

You may notice some former stars taking serious drops in the ranking. One major one is Michael Thomas. As long as Drew Brees stays out with his broken thumb, his volume will continue to take a hit. It is much easier for quarterbacks to hit the running back, so Alvin Kamara will significantly take away most of his targets until either Teddy Bridgewater builds up confidence or until Brees’s return. JuJu Smith-Schuster is in the same boat as Thomas, but for the long-term. With Roethlisberger out, JuJu has to get on track with Mason Rudolph. Last week, they hooked up on a long 76-yard touchdown pass, but outside of that, he had just 2 receptions for 5 yards. 3 receptions all game is not enough for a player like JuJu, but that has resulted in a significant drop in the rankings from the preseason.

I started playing fantasy football in 2010 at 12 years old where I subbed in for an owner who was having a baby. That year I won the championship in a 16-team league, carried by Arian Foster and Michael Vick. I have yet to bring a trophy home since then, but my love for fantasy football has grown, delving more and more in the statistics and finding ways to improve my drafting ability.

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