Making his NFL debut, Stefon Diggs caught 6-of-10 targets for 87 yards in the Vikings' Week 4 loss to the Broncos.
With Charles Johnson sidelined, Diggs tied Mike Wallace for the team lead in targets. Diggs created a ton of space against the Broncos' elite defense, and flashed the play-making ability that earned him a day-three flier out of Maryland. Diggs has no re-draft value, but remains worth stashing away in Dynasty leagues.
Adam Thielen caught 6-of-8 targets for 70 yards in Minnesota's Week 4 loss to the Broncos.
With Charles Johnson (ribs) inactive and Jarius Wright (hand) glued to the sideline, Thielen was the Vikings' No. 2 receiver. Thielen has stepped up for a team that's needed him the past two weeks, but there's nothing resembling re-draft value here.
Brian Quick wasn't targeted in the Rams' Week 4 win over the Cardinals.
Active for the first time this season, we could probably count Quick's snaps on one hand. Being active was the first step, but now he has to carve out an offensive role sitting behind Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, and Stedman Bailey on the depth chart. Quick isn't yet worthy of adding or holding in 12-team leagues.
Jarius Wright (hand) wasn't targeted in Minnesota's Week 4 loss to the Broncos.
Wright's "active" status was purely ceremonial. The slot "threat" has five catches for 72 yards through four games. He's off the radar in PPR leagues.
Kenny Britt didn't catch his lone target in the Rams' Week 4 win over the Cardinals.
Nick Foles only threw for 171 yards but three touchdowns on Sunday. Britt, Stedman Bailey, and Tavon Austin all rotated at receiver. Britt is very boom-or-bust as the Rams' default top wideout. Through four games, he's on pace to catch 44 balls for 732 yards and four scores on 76 targets. Britt is a WR4.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bucs will consider a kicker change this week.
Kyle Brindza missed a 29-yard field goal, a 43-yard field goal and an extra point Week 4 against the Panthers. Brindza has now missed six field goals and two extra points in the last three weeks. His days in Tampa Bay are likely finished. Josh Scobee, who was released by the Steelers on Saturday, could be an option.
Kyle Rudolph caught 2-of-4 targets for seven yards in Minnesota's Week 4 loss to the Broncos.
On a day where Teddy Bridgewater attempted 41 passes, Rudolph was a bitter disappointment. That's been a common theme for the fifth-year pro, who seems determined to never graduate beyond touchdown-dependent TE2 status. At the season's quarter pole, Rudolph is on pace for a wholly underwhelming 56/416/4. It's time to move on if you were hoping Rudolph would be an every-week TE1.
Mike Wallace caught 8-of-10 targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota's Week 4 loss to the Broncos.
Going up against the Broncos' elite defense, Wallace had easily his best game as a Viking, finding a surprising amount of space. The score was his first in purple. Once one of the league's premier big-play threats, Wallace has seen his upside vanish in recent seasons, but still has a low-end WR3 floor. With four games in the books, he's on pace for 80/932/4. He gets the Chiefs in Week 5.