MNF Perspiration on TopProp: Week 4 Edition
Sunday is in the books, and the sweats have started at TopProp Fantasy Sports. The best way to challenge your friends (or rivals) and add a new layer of competition, TopProp adds another dimension to traditional fantasy leagues throughout the season. Let’s take a look at our plans for Week 4.
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Week 4 featured monster performances. Yes, the injury bug surfaced again, but the prevailing storyline was more of the exceptional production from players like Tyreek Hill and Deebo Samuel. There are several matchup options to choose from, but this week we’ll be focusing on targeting the team that had both Tyreek and Deebo.
Clint’s champion team have a huge lead over Let Russ Cook heading into Monday Night Football, thanks in large part to Tyreek Hill and Deebo Samuel in his squad. Like Let Russ Cook, he has two players left. These two players are two very good too. Austin Ekeler is the RB6 in fantastic points per game over three games. Derek Carr is QB6 in fantastic points per game over three games.
Let Russ Cook also has two very good players, with Darren Waller and Mike Williams. Waller is the TE3 in fantastic points per game over three games. Williams is the WR1 through three games. Having two stallions to face against Ekeler and Carr should help close the points gap, but another key part of this week’s strategy is bonus points. TopProp Fantasy awarded 37 bonus points for this match. The current score is 107.4 to 81.0. When we add the 37-point spread, Let Russ Cook enters Monday night with a lead of 118.0 to 107.4.
The 37-point gap may cause the champion Clint team to think twice before accepting the challenge, but having higher projected scorers as well as the “high” of having both Tyreek and Deebo should him. sufficient to accept.
Derek Carr was excellent to start the 2021 season, averaging 401 passing yards per game and throwing two touchdowns in each. He finally proves he’s a good candidate for Jon Gruden’s offense and begins unleashing the talents of his second-year electric receivers. However, Carr has struggled with the Los Angeles Chargers during his career. The only AFC team he’s averaging under passing yards against is Cincinnati (and that’s due to positive play scripts).
Austin Ekeler is in good health and will likely see at least five targets in Week 4. He’s averaging a career-high 55.3 rushing yards per game and has been excellent as always as a receiving option. out of the backfield. His season receiving averages are lower than his scores in previous seasons, but this is due to the fact that he was not involved as a receiver in Week 1 as he worked to regain his health. There is no strategy to go against Ekeler, just a hope and a prayer that the Raiders will crack down on him, limit his receptions and keep him out of the end zone.
As expected, Darren Waller has been an elite option not only on the tight end but in fantasy in general. He dominates Carr’s targets and should get some fantasy points thanks to his visionary quarterback. Receivers and running backs should be involved, but other than a few deep shots to Henry Ruggs and maybe one to Bryan Edwards, Waller should see the bulk of high-value targets. It should also be the first read in the red zone.
Mike Williams is finally here. The seventh overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft was a slight disappointment heading into 2021, but improving road racing and chemistry with Justin Herbert helped his skills catch up with his tools. induction of saliva. With the WR1 averaging fantastic points per game heading into tonight’s game, Williams is expected to “eat” again, especially if locking corner Casey Hayward spends most of the evening covering Keenan Allen, as expected. Williams has beaten Ekeler every week this season and even beat Derek Carr in Week 3. In a game with a total of 51.5, there’s a good chance the contest will turn into a shootout, which should help Williams and Waller score enough points to help Let Russ Cook win this challenge.
The game: Darren Waller continues to post dominant numbers for the Raiders. Mike Williams avoids Casey Hayward for most of the game and has another monster game.
The fade: Derek Carr takes a step back from the QB1 level he played due to a division opponent with one of the most underrated defenses in the league. Austin Ekeler does his damage in the passing game but has inefficient ground play.
The prediction: Mike Williams and Darren Waller directly outperform Austin Ekeler and Derek Carr – bringing Let Russ Cook into the winner’s circle for Monday night.
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