Most fantasy football owners don’t have the privilege of surfing the web at work for endless hours looking for an edge on their weekend fantasy football match up. Fear not fantasy football owners. The following start and sit advice will help every time restricted fantasy football owner to set their line ups this weekend in five minutes.
First of all do not forget the bye weeks for the NFL start today and fantasy football owners that wait until the last second may make a critical mistake when they see their bet quarterback or running back is on a bye this weekend.
Three Fantasy Football Quarterbacks to Start in Week 4 of Fantasy Football
Sam Bradford St Louis Rams
Sam Bradford of the St Louis Rams is a great waiver pick up in fantasy football to throw in as a starter this week. Bradford has quickly shown he has what it takes to succeed in the NFL and his fantasy football number should improve against a Seattle Seahawks team that has already struggled in their first road game. Start Sam Bradford in a fantasy football league especially if the number one quarterback is on a bye week.
Michael Vick Philadelphia Eagles
Many fantasy football sites think Vick will have a bad game against the Washington Redskins. It should go the other way and Vick could be the hot hand at quarterback with a few well timed deep bombs to DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Macklin. Vick is a perfect start in all fantasy football leagues this weekend.
Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons are coming off a huge win over their NFC South rival the New Orleans Saints. Ryan and the Falcons will play a wounded 0-3 San Francisco 49ers team but they should not be a problem. Ryan will have some good fantasy football match ups with receivers on defensive backs and Tony Gonzalez should have a big day at tight end. Matt Ryan is a solid start in fantasy football tomorrow.
Honorable mentions: Chad Henne, Eli Manning.
Obvious Starts: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning.
Three Fantasy Football Quarterbacks to Sit in Week 4 of Fantasy Football
Kyle Orton Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos head into the Tennessee Titans house for a knock down drag out AFC battle. The Denver Broncos enter this game short handed. Knowshon Moreno will be sidelined another week and his replacements in the backfield will not be as effective setting up the play action pass for Orton. Sit Kyle Orton in all fantasy football situations unless the second QB is Jake Delhomme or David Gerrard.
Donovan McNabb Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles number one defense knows Donovan McNabb like the back of their hands. Many speculators on this game think McNabb will go into Lincoln Field and tear it up. On the contrary McNabb should be held to 200 yards and maybe one touchdown. Sit McNabb in all fantasy football league situations.
Jay Cutler Chicago Bears
Sit Jay Culter? He has been tearing up fantasy football leagues in the last three weeks. Cutler is going to have an off day against a New York Giants team that is looking to make a quick attitude adjustment. If the New York Giants do lay down in this game their season is over. Sit Jay Cutler in all fantasy football leagues.
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