The end of Week 4 is the (very relative) quarter-mark of the season, and as players' sample sizes continue to grow, their "hotness" and "coldness" looks more and more like a trend than a fluke.
One-game outliers—whether good or bad—are diluted as increased reps are added to their profile.
The players whose numbers still grace the top of the stat-sheet have sustained their success, and they can't rightfully owe it to only a couple of big plays. The same goes for the underwhelming players, who have now struggled to post numbers for long enough that they can't blame one bad game.
Who's been the best and the worst in recent weeks? Read on to find out.