Tyrod Taylor completed 28-of-42 passes for 274 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Bills' 24-10, Week 4 loss to the Giants.
Giovani Bernard rushed 13 times for 62 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' Week 4 win over the Chiefs.
He was not targeted in the passing game. Gio outgained Jeremy Hill on the ground 62-40 with 13 carries to Hill's nine, but Hill got everything in close, scoring three touchdowns from within the ten-yard line. Still leading the Bengals' backfield in touches and snaps most weeks, Bernard will be a respectable RB2 play in PPR leagues against Seattle in Week 5.
Doug Martin rushed 20 times for 106 yards and a touchdown in Tampa Bay's Week 4 loss to the Panthers, adding five receptions for an additional 37 yards.
Bears C Will Montgomery suffered a broken fibula Week 4 against the Raiders.
Montgomery had his leg rolled up from behind on a first quarter run. He will likely be placed on injured reserve. Matt Slauson moved from left guard to center after Montgomery exited, but the Bears may look for a different solution after Slauson and Jay Cutler struggled on several exchanges.
Marshawn Lynch (hamstring) is out for Week 4 against the Lions.
Tyler Eifert managed to secure 3-of-4 targets for 69 yards in the Bengals' Week 4 win over the Chiefs.
Andy Dalton spread the ball around in this one, with Mohamed Sanu as the unlikely receiving yardage leader for the Bengals. Cincinnati has enough passing-game weapons this season that Eifert's fantasy owners need to prepare themselves for some week-to-week ups and downs. Eifert will remain a mid-range TE1 play when the Bengals face the Seahawks in Week 5.
Redskins TE Jordan Reed is being evaluated for a concussion.
Reed was forced from Week 4 against the Eagles after taking a knee to the helmet late in the fourth quarter. Reed has a long history of concussions going back to college and missed the final six games of 2013 after suffering two concussions in three weeks. Reed caught 5-of-8 targets for 37 yards before leaving the game.
A.J. Green secured 7-of-10 targets for 82 yards in the Bengals' Week 4 win over the Chiefs.
Green made his lone big play of the game on an early 36-yard bomb down the left sideline, ending the first quarter with five catches for 73 yards on five targets. Unfortunately, the Bengals slow played the game the rest of the way nursing a big lead, while Kansas City settled for a whopping seven field goals. Green will remain an every-week WR1 entering a Week 5 date with Richard Sherman's Seahawks.