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NFL Fantasy Rankings: Top 10 at QB, RB, WR and TE for Week Four

Aaron Rodgers will look to bounce back from last year's injury-riddled season.

Aaron Rodgers

The first of the NFL’s bye weeks is bound to have an impact on every fantasy owner.

Not only do you have to keep in mind that Arizona, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Seattle and St. Louis all have off,  you have to do your research to make sure you find the best matchups for the 26 remaining teams.

That’s why we’re here. While the bye week has removed last year’s Super Bowl teams from the equations, we present the top 10 at the four key fantasy positions so you can win your Week Four matchup.



1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay at Chicago – Don’t be fooled by the Packers’ slow start. Rodgers owns the Bears and he lights it up here.

2. Matt Ryan, Atlanta at Minnesota – While the Falcons have to prove they can win on the road, the Vikings’ depressed state leaves them vulnerable to an explosive attack.

3. Jay Cutler, Chicago vs. Green Bay – The Bears just have too many weapons and the Green Bay defense won’t be able to stop them. Cutler has a big day in this high-scoring game.

4. Andrew Luck , Indianapolis vs. Tennessee

5. Drew Brees, New Orleans at Dallas

6. Matthew Stafford , Detroit at N.Y. Jets

7. Nick Foles, Philadelphia at San Francisco

8. Tony Romo, Dallas vs. New Orleans

9. Tom Brady, New England at Kansas City

10. Philip Rivers, San Diego vs. Jacksonville


Running backs

1. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia at San Francisco –A big day against a troubled team. Look for 100 yards rushing and two TDs.

2. DeMarco Murray, Dallas vs. New Orleans – Whether you realize it or not, Murray is on the road to becoming a superstar.

3. Le’Veon Bell , Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay – Slimmed down and quicker, Bell is capable of the explosive plays and going for 150 yards and two touchdowns here.

4. Matt Forte, Chicago vs. Green Bay

5. Frank Gore, San Francisco vs. Philadelphia

6. Eddie Lacy, Green Bay at Chicago

7. Lamar Miller, Miami at Oakland

8. Knile Davis, Kansas City vs. New England

9. Donald Brown, San Diego vs. Jacksonville

10. C.J. Spiller, Buffalo vs. Houston


Wide receivers

1. Julio Jones, Atlanta at Minnesota – Simply too fast, strong and skilled for the overmatched Vikings to contain.

2. Calvin Johnson, Detroit at New York Jets – The best receiver in football gets challenged by a strong defense, but he wins the battle.

3. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay – Simply too much speed for the lowly Bucs, who have no cohesiveness anywhere on the field.

4. Jordy Nelson, Green Bay at Chicago

5. Dez Bryant, Dallas vs. New Orleans

6. Brandon Marshall, Chicago vs. Green Bay

7. Marques Colston, New Orleans at Dallas

8. Julian Edelman, New England at Kansas City

9. Randall Cobb, Green Bay at Chicago

10. Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia at San Francisco


Tight ends


1. Jimmy Graham , New Orleans at Dallas – This looks like a field day for Graham against one of the must vulnerable defensive teams in the league.

2. Rob Gronkowski, New England at Kansas City – Gronkowski is getting better and stronger on a week-by-week basis, and he is Brady’s weapon of choice.

3. Martellus Bennett, Chicago vs. Green Bay – The Bears’ tight end has become a touchdown machine and the Packers are vulnerable.

4. Zach Ertz , Philadelphia at San Francisco

5. Antonio Gates, San Diego vs. Jacksonville

6. Heath Miller, Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay

7. Delanie Walker, Tennessee at Indianapolis

8. Jason Witten, Dallas vs. New Orleans

9. Travis Kelce, Kansas City vs. New England

10.Greg Olsen, Carolina at Baltimore


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