Tavon Austin caught 6-of-7 targets for 96 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' Week 4 win over the Cardinals.
Ronnie Hillman rushed 11 times for 103 yards and a touchdown in Denver's Week 4 win over the Vikings, adding a five-yard reception.
Emmanuel Sanders caught 3-of-6 targets for 68 yards in Denver's Week 4 win over the Vikings.
Both the grabs and targets were Sanders' fewest of the season. Nevertheless, Peyton Manning's safety valve is on pace for 100/1,228/8 at the season's quarter pole. Sanders is again an every-week WR1. He gets the Raiders in Week 5.
Brian Hartline secured his lone target for seven yards in the Browns' Week 4 loss to the Chargers.
Hartline missed snaps with an unspecified injury. Hartline is a prominent part of the Browns' wide receiver committee, which also includes Travis Benjamin, Taylor Gabriel, Andrew Hawkins, and to a lesser extent Dwayne Bowe.
Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported the Dolphins will decide coach Joe Philbin's future on Monday.
Miami lost in a listless performance in London Sunday morning. The game was punctuated by a disastrous, nine-play first-and-goal series in the fourth quarter in which the Dolphins did not attempt a single run despite five opportunities inside the five-yard line. With a bye up next, now is the perfect time to move on from Philbin, but the Dolphins have nobody on the current staff deserving of a promotion. The Dolphins could decide to shake up the assistant coach group before moving on from Philbin. DC Kevin Coyle is reportedly very unpopular in the locker room.
Rams WLB Alec Ogletree will need surgery on his injured ankle.
The operation suggests Ogletree suffered a fracture, as did coach Jeff Fisher's comments following Sunday's win over Arizona. Fisher said Ogletree might be a candidate for injured reserve/designated for return. Ogletree is a big part of the Rams' run and pass defense as a highly athletic, long-armed coverage maven who also fills with speed against opposing rushing attacks.
Demaryius Thomas caught 9-of-12 targets for 93 yards in Denver's Week 4 win over the Vikings.
There was a scary moment in the third quarter where Thomas got his neck lit up by Harrison Smith, but it appears he escaped with a stinger. Peyton Manning's go-to receiver finds himself on pace for 132/1,444/4 through the season's first four games. Even with Manning's play slipping from its previously elite heights, Thomas is locked and loaded as a high-end WR1.
David Johnson rushed for 18 yards on three carries and caught 4-of-10 targets for 63 yards and one touchdown in the Cardinals' Week 4 loss to the Rams.
David was way out-touched by backfield mate Chris Johnson, 19-7, but David made the biggest plays with a 23-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter, whipping Rams SS T.J. McDonald in coverage. David also played a hand in the Cardinals' loss, however, fumbling the opening kickoff at his own 17-yard line, setting the Rams up for a touchdown, before later dropping what should have been a four-yard touchdown on third-and-goal. His touches will be minimal going forward, especially with Andre Ellington set to return in Week 5, but he's as explosive as anyone.