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NFL Fantasy 2022 Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Week 4: Wide receivers

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Do you have questions about composition? We have the answers. At least we hope. Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em has been helping fantasy managers make urgent roster decisions for years. Do you know what a good solution is? Starting with Patrick Mahomes. But it’s too obvious, so you won’t see it here. Instead, here are some of the most pressing questions. And, if you can’t find the player you’re looking for, please check Latest NFL Fantasy Squad Rankings Right Here.

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Gabe Davis
Gabe Davis
Buffalo Bills · WR
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Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
2022 · 2-1-0

After a big week 1, Davis missed week 2 with an ankle injury and then became frustrated with a game against Miami during which he still didn’t look 100 percent. Even in this poor game, Davis led the Bills in yards per goal, showing that he remains their menace on the field. This is the right place for Davis against a Ravens team that allowed by far the most fantastic PPG for WR with 56.1 per game. Plus, it could be a very high-scoring matchup between the two MVP contenders. It just raises Davis’ ceiling this week.

Chris Olav
Chris Olav
New Orleans Saints · WR

Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings
2022 · 2-1-0

Olav almost broke the fantasy tweet when he had 307 air yards on targets in week 2. Then he hit 182 yards in week 3 and he has by far the most in the NFL. But what you should love is that he turned it into a real game last week, finishing with nine catches for 147 yards on 13 team targets. For the second week in a row, he leads the Saints in targets and yards. It may not be a WR1 by name, but it was definitely in production. Olav is a strong start to WR2 and will have more room to grow in London this week.

DeVonta Smith
DeVonta Smith
Philadelphia Eagles · WR

Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
2022 · 2-1-0

Smith left in Week 3, tied for first place in scoring with 31 fantasy points over eight catches for 169 yards to score. He finished with a team-record 12 goals. Smith is a known talent, but there have been volume issues this season. This seems to have waned early as the Eagles are not only passing more often than expected, but they are the best offense in the NFL. This offense certainly looks like it can keep two targets afloat, and Smith looks like the clear top two targets with A.J. Brown. Have him in your starting lineup against the Jaguars this week.

Amari Cooper
Amari Cooper
Cleveland Browns · WR

Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
2022 · 1-2-0

Cooper sat every week this season. It looked good in the first week, but not so good in the last two. It’s time to give him his due. Over the past two weeks, Cooper has ranked third in the NFL in target share (36%) and leads the pack in air yard share (64%). He has seen double-digit goals in two consecutive games. As long as he sees volume like the last two weeks, he will be playing fantasy football. This is especially true this week against the Falcons, who allowed receivers to get the fourth-highest fantasy PPG (47.63).

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Allen Lazard
Allen Lazard
Green Bay Packers · WR

New England Patriots
New England Patriots
2022 · 1-2-0

Lazar was considered a WR1 on the Packers entering the season, but he could have lost that title last week as Romeo Dubs played more and was much more attacked than his Green Bay teammate. Lazar finished with six targets, four catches, 45 yards and one touchdown. It was a very strong day for him, but mostly because of the touchdown. He also scored one goal in Week 2, but he had less than 60 yards in two games together. It’s a tough matchup against the Patriots, who have allowed the fourth-highest fantasy PPG to WR this season (27.3) and held off Aaron Rodgers in the past.

Russell Gage
Russell Gage
Tampa Bay Buccaneers · WR

Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs
2022 · 2-1-0

Gage closes out an epic game in which he scored 24.7 fantasy points with 12 interceptions, 87 yards and one touchdown on the team’s 13 targets. This is what we like to call Julian Edelman special. The problem with this performance style is that it is heavily dependent on volume. Gage had a hard time starting from the beginning, but when the Bucks were playing catch-up, he was able to score quickly. This week, the Bucks could once again play catch-up in a two-year-old Super Bowl rematch, but Mike Evans will be back. Julio Jones and Chris Godwin could also potentially return. If either of the two return, it’s unlikely that Gage will be able to build his big week 3. If both sit, Gage will be in the game as a WR3 option or a flex option.

Allen Robinson
Allen Robinson
Los Angeles Rams · WR

San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers
2022 · 1-2-0

It was a tough road for Robinson at the start of his Rams career. Robinson threw an eventual touchdown and ended up finishing with just two catches for 23 yards on five targets in the third week. the depth of the route and the percentage of routes on which he was targeted would be four-year lows. Even lower than his disappointing 2021 campaign in Chicago. This is very disappointing and should make us wonder if it has been washed. It’s not likely to get any better this week from the 9s, which allowed recipients to rank third for the fewest fantasy PPGs (26.6). I wouldn’t quit Robinson just yet, but you certainly can’t fire him up.

Trailon Burks
Trailon Burks
Tennessee Titans · WR

Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
2022 · 1-1-1

Burks was a popular breakout pick, but in week three he only saw two targets, catching one at 13 yards. It was almost a touchdown, but it’s too little to be trusted. The good news is that he led the Titans in the routes he took. Usage should come, but until that happens, Burks should remain on the bench. Especially since the Colts allowed receivers to get the seventh-highest fantasy PPG this season (28.43).

Follow Michael Florio on Twitter @MichaelFflorio.




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