The position of wide receiver has grown over the years in fantasy football. As the NFL grows into a pass first league, fantasy football wide receivers score almost as many points as running backs in some cases. The position of wide receiver in fantasy football can be unpredictable. Many fantasy football owners get frustrated when their number one wide receivers get double teamed and they rack up less than 50 yards receiving and no touchdowns.
Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Start in Week Four of Fantasy Football
DeSean Jackson: Philadelphia Eagles
DeSean Jackson has yet to have a monster game in the 2010 fantasy football season. Jackson has made a few big plays but this game against a wakened Washington Redskins secondary should pay off for Jackson. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick loves to show off his arm and he will send DeSean Jackson deep more than a few times in this game. DeSean Jackson is a fantasy football player that is a must start in week four.
Randy Moss: New England Patriots
Fantasy football owners of Randy Moss have been frustrated to this point of the fantasy football season. Moss has scored points but not at the rate they have hoped. Moss and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady are in need of a big day against a Miami Dolphins secondary that made Mark Sanchez look like a superstar last weekend. Moss will have 120 plus yards and tow or three touchdowns. Randy Moss is a must start in fantasy football for week four.
Malcom Floyd: San Diego Chargers
Phillip Rivers is once against coming home after a miserable road loss. Rivers and the San Diego Chargers offensive passing game still looked great they just had no running game to to keep the Seattle Seahawks honest. Ryan Mathews comes back this week and it will set up a better play action pass with a legitimate game breaker in the backfield. This falls right in the hands of deep threat Malcom Floyd. Look for Floyd to have tow touchdowns and 100 yards for a great fantasy football day.
Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Sit In Week Four of Fantasy Football
Andre Johnson: Houston Texans
it is always a good idea to sit a wide receiver that is dealing with an injury. Even if that wide receiver is the best fantasy football receiver in years. Andre Johnson is still hobbled by the same ankle injury in week two, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. Play it safe. Sit Andre Johnson this week and start the number three fantasy football wide receiver and cross those fingers.
Chad Ocho Cinco Cincinnati Bengals
Chad Ocho Cinco is not going to do much in this game. Carson Palmer, the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback is struggling with accuracy issues and it is has not been confirmed if there is an undisclosed injury. Be safe on Chad Ocho Cinco once more and sit him for the fourth week of fantasy football.
Mario Manningham: New York Giants
Concussion is the new buzz word for fantasy football owners this season. When concussion is tied to any player on fantasy football team it must be dealt with immediately. Prepare to put that player on fantasy football IR and find a good back up. Most players are sitting at least one week or seeing limited duty after concussions and Mario Manningham’s concussion looks like he will miss this week. Sit Mario Manningham in the fourth week of fantasy football.
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