Make it three straight winning weeks for our DFS lineup picks to start the season after our best performance yet in Week 3. The players delivered more than 185 fantasy points, led by Raheem Mostert, Keenan Allen, Ken Walker III, Kirk Cousins, Stefon Diggs, and Sam LaPorta.
We continue to put our growing bankroll to work for us and have another lineup we like for Week 4’s contest: the FanDuel NFL $1.6M Sunday Million.
Purdy is in one of the more enviable quarterback situations in the NFL and is making the most of his opportunity. The second-year standout is top ten in passing yards and averages more than 17 fantasy points per game for a top-five offense that scores 30 points per game.
He’s got the 12th-highest cap number in fantasy this week, and we project he’ll outscore that position on the field.
Moss carried the ball 30 times for 122 yards and hauled in 23 receiving yards with a touchdown in his second game as the Colts’ lead back. He’s one of 11 players since 2020 to see that amount of carries in a game, and it appears that Indy will lean on him without discretion while Jonathan Taylor remains off the active roster.
Spears was ineffective on Sunday against Cleveland, but so was Derrick Henry for the Titans’ offense. He has slowly carved into Henry’s workload and faces a Bengals team that has given up nearly 200 rushing yards per game in the first two weeks. We’ll take a flier on him and deploy the excess cap room elsewhere.
Allen’s price continues to rise, and we will stay the course. He was targeted 20 times in Week 3 as the Chargers lost Mike Williams for the season to a torn ACL. Herbert was locked in on #13 all game, and we don’t see that changing in Week 4 against the Raiders at home.
We’re returning to the well of Texans receivers in Week 4, this time starting the rookie Tank Dell who’s in a three-way tie for the team lead in receptions while posting the most receiving touchdowns.
He’s gotten 17 targets in the last two weeks and scored against both Indy and Jacksonville for a young offense that seems to be finding its stride. Dell should get his chances against a Steelers’ defense allowing nearly 260 passing yards per game.
Moore hasn’t gotten a massive number of touches but is making them count. His 11 catches and 15 targets are tied with Cole Kmet for the most on the Bears, and he scored his first touchdown for the team in Week 3 against Kansas City. He should see between 6-10 targets in Week 4 against Denver in a matchup of two 0-3 units.
Henry cooled off in Week 3 against New York but still ranks in the top six of all major receiving categories among tight ends. Dallas will be pressuring Mac Jones all game, and we like Henry to get several quick looks to help his quarterback avoid taking too many hits.
We’re excited for the Raiders-Chargers matchup that features two of the best receivers in the league and want Adams in our lineup, too. Despite another quarterback change for the veteran, he’s still producing top-five numbers at his position.
A matchup with the Chargers’ league-worst pass defense should give him another chance to pad those numbers this Sunday.
The 49ers are in a good spot this week playing the Cardinals, who are coming off what could be their biggest win of the season. We anticipate a turbulent fall back to Earth for Arizona on the road in San Fran and will fade Josh Dobbs in his second-straight game against a top defense.