Fantasy Football 2010: Week 4 Start Em and Sit Em
Don't know who to start and sit on your fantasy football team for Week 4?
Wondering if you should start injured stars such as Ray Rice, Ryan Mathews or Steven Jackson?
With only hours until kickoff, look no further; I've got you covered.
Here you are your Week 4 fantasy football start and sits:
Start: Mark Sanchez
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Sanchez has scored 22 points in each of his last two games in ESPN standard scoring.
This week he faces a porous Bills defense that allowed Tom Brady 22 points last week.
Sanchez has had three touchdowns in each of his last two starts as well. I don't expect anything different today.
Start: Malcom Floyd
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Two straight weeks with 15 points and a touchdown for Floyd has his stock rising. With no end in sight to the Vincent Jackson saga, Floyd looks like the man in San Diego for weeks to come.
He was just a couple yards shy of 100 in his past two starts, I wouldn't be surprised to see him reach the century mark today.
Start: Chad Ochocinco
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Anquan Boldin torched Cleveland's D for 32 points and three touchdowns last week.
Ochocinco gets the pleasure of taking on the Browns today. With Cedric Benson's status questionable, I think it's safe to say we can expect a big day from 85.
Start: Ryan Mathews
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Mathews is expected to play today after a good week in practice.
Unless you have really strong running backs outside of Mathews, he is definitely a guy you want to start at your number two or flex position.
I wouldn't expect a huge day from Mathews, but I think he is definitely worth the start.
Start: Ray Rice
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Same story with Rice as with Mathews. After being questionable throughout the week, it is confirmed that he will play today.
I think it's important to start your best players and not look back. Even against a tough Steelers D, I'm still starting Ray Rice.
Sit: Joe Flacco
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Flacco had 22 points last week against Cleveland, so why am I sitting him today?
Two words: Steelers defense. Quarterbacks have not fared well against Pittsburgh's D, and with only a combined seven points against the Jets and Bengals, Flacco is not a guy I feel comfortable with starting in week four.
Sit: Brent Celek
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Michael Vick has not been kind to Brent Celek. Since Vick took over in Week 1, Celek has nine total points.
Everyone was high on him to start the year, but until Vick shows his tight end a little more love, I'm staying away from Celek.
Sit: Steven Jackson
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Though Jackson is likely to play, I'm not expecting him to get many carries. Kenneth Darby and Keith Toston stepped in last week and will likely get the majority of the carries today.
It's tough to sit someone like SJ but I think you need to cut your losses and look elsewhere.
Sit: Jacoby Jones
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Jones has had decent games the past two weeks, but he is still third on the depth chart. If Andre Johnson is good to go, Jones' touches may be really limited.
Sit: Pierre Thomas
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An ankle injury left Thomas questionable throughout the week. It appears he will not play in a good matchup against the Panthers. Chris Ivory and Ladell Betts will get the ball in Thomas' absence.