Week 4 QB Streamers
Each and every week the Fantasy Footballers will provide you with a list of QBs that you can pluck off of the waiver wire and plug into your lineups. These QBs are available in 40% of leagues or more, with a goal of having that player give you 250 passing yards and 2 touchdowns, roughly 20 fantasy points. This will be especially helpful for owners as we try to navigate through the NFL bye weeks. Looking to replace Aaron Rodgers or Carson Wentz? The Footballers have you covered. You can check out the Full Stream Ahead Segment each week on Tuesday’s Show.
Trevor Siemian vs TB (ESPN 4.8%, Yahoo 7%)
Tampa Bay’s defense has given up 101 points of offense in the first 3 weeks. Specifically for QBs they have given up 31, 35, and 24 fantasy points over those same weeks, the latter was to Case Keenum and the Rams. This is a prime matchup for Siemian at home. It might be a stretch to expect him to repeat his Week 3 numbers (312-4) but you can expect a solid performance nonetheless. (Honorable Mention: Dak Prescott vs SF)
–Andy Holloway, @andyholloway
Joe Flacco vs OAK (ESPN 23.8%, Yahoo 29%)
From a fantasy football perspective, Joe Flacco can be a boom or bust asset. However, he tends to play much better at home and this week he gets a home matchup with the Oakland Raiders. Torched in the first two weeks of the season, the Raiders defense looked decent against the Titans in Week 3. I suspect that their performance had more to do with the Titans being bad than it did with the Raiders figuring it out defensively. Flacco’s weapons continue to get healthier as Pitta and Smith appear to be 100%. Fire up Flacco with confidence.
–Jason Moore, @jasonffl
Brock Osweiler vs TEN (ESPN 24.5%, Yahoo 24%)
The Brockness Monster should have a bounce back performance this week as he does not have to play against Billy B in New England, but rather he gets a favorable matchup against the Titans in Houston. Osweiler has the weapons offensively with Will Fuller V and DeAndre Hopkins to exploit a middle of the road Titans pass defense.
–Mike Wright, @FFHitman
Ryan Tannehill @ CIN (ESPN 36.8%, Yahoo 34%)
A road matchup isn’t always ideal, but the Bengals defense has allowed 9 passing TDs over the first 3 weeks of the season and it’s not like they have faced a murders row of QBs either. This defense has been unable to contain the likes of Ryan “Picks” Patrick, Ben Roethlisberger and Trevor Siemian. Arian Foster is expected to miss another game with his soft tissue issues, so I expect the Dolphins to attack the Bengals through the air on Thursday night with their talented WR corps.
–Keaton Denlay, @KeatonDenlay
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