The NFL season is finally starting to get into full swing and the self-claimed “fantasy experts” are finally able to relax and examine their predictions for the season. Of course, not all experts will be right all the time and that is where we come in with your Add / Drop Week 4 suggestions.
As we move along through the NFL season, it becomes easier to narrow down who you should target in your fantasy leagues. Here are some reasons behind a few of my picks.
Top 5 Additions
1 – QB Daniel Jones – Giants
336 passing Yards, 4 TD’s
Last week, Daniel Jones ranked at #1 in my waiver wire additions and once again, there he sits. I am sure he was still unclaimed in many leagues and after an amazing first showing on Sunday, he should be owned, and at least benched, in most leagues.
2 – QB Jacoby Brisset – Colts
310 passing Yards, 2 TD’s
Jacoby Brissett finds his way on this list because the level of quarterback play has been disappointing this year. Anytime you can get a good starter off of waivers, it’s always a good idea to at least stash them on your roster.
3 – TE Will Dissly – Seahawks
6 receptions, 62 yards, 1 TD
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4 – WR Philip Dorsett – Patriots
6 receptions, 53 yards, 1 TD
With a certain star wideout being dropped over the weekend by the Patriots, Phillip Dorsett will likely have an expanded role. Dorsett should produce down the line and I will look to add him in multiple leagues.
5 – RB Wayne Gallman – Giants
5 rushes, 13 yards – SaQuon Barkley Injury
Top 5 Drops
1 – WR Antonio Brown – Patriots
Released by Patriots
After being cut by his second team in about a two-week span, even after catching a touchdown for the Patriots, Antonio Brown now finds himself unemployed. This time, many would imagine that this could end his NFL career. If you do not think that is the case, I would also like to refer you to Antonio Brown’s tweet where he said “will not be playing in the NFL anymore.”
2 – RB Duke Johnson – Texans
2 rushes, 2 yards
After buying high on Duke Johnson all offseason, my hopes for a great season took bleak now. These first three weeks of the season may have been his peak value and I am likely going to move on if the opportunity presents itself.
3 – RB Darwin Thompson – Chiefs
New #4 RB in Kansas City
4 – QB Jimmy Garoppolo – 49ers
277 passing yards, 1 touchdown, 3 turnovers
5 – QB Cam Newton – Panthers
Inactive in Week 3