Brandin Cooks secured 4-of-8 targets for 25 yards in the Sunday night's Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
It's another bad game from Cooks, who has been held under 50 yards twice this season. Cooks had just one first-half catch and continued to lose targets to Willie Snead. He's on pace for 80 catches and 860 yards, but has yet to score a touchdown. Cooks is a WR3 for Week 5 against the Eagles.
Willie Snead had six catches for 89 yards in Week 4 against Dallas.
Snead played in all three-wide sets and was behind only Brandin Cooks for targets. His strong training camp has carried over to the regular season, with Snead looking like the Saints' best receiver the last three weeks. Snead is on pace for 64 catches, 960 yards, and four touchdowns.
Terrance Williams caught 3-of-10 targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 4 loss to the Saints.
Williams had only one catch before the Cowboys’ final drive. He beat Saints CB Delvin Breaux on a 17-yard pass in the back of the end-zone for his touchdown. Williams was Brandon Weeden’s top option after getting held catchless last week. He’s on track for a 48/772/8 line through four games. Williams will be a low-end WR3 for Week 5.
Darren McFadden rushed 10 times for 31 yards in the Cowboys' Sunday night Week 4 loss to the Saints.
McFadden saw just one fewer carry than Joseph Randle. He played over Randle for most of the second half, but wasn't effective with his touches. With Lance Dunbar (knee) looking at an extended absence, McFadden should continue to see increased snaps. McFadden is on pace for 128 carries, 452 yards, and four touchdowns.
Mark Ingram had 17 carries for 77 yards and caught 6-of-7 targets for 51 yards in the Saints' Sunday night Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
It could have been a bigger game for Ingram, but he had a touchdown overturned and was vultured by Khiry Robinson on the next play. Ingram continued to dominate early-down work, with Robinson and C.J. Spiller only combining for eight carries. He's on pace for a 184/816/8 line through four weeks. Ingram will be more of a low-end RB2 against the Eagles in Week 5.
C.J. Spiller rushed two times for 10 yards and caught five passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
The Saints were expected to get Spiller more involved this week, but limited to six touches before his game-winning 80-yard touchdown in overtime. Spiller had been a non factor since returning from his knee scope, so the performance should earn him a bigger role moving forward. The Saints run game has struggled this year, ranking in the bottom-10 in the league. Spiller will be an RB3/FLEX for Week 5.
Joseph Randle had 11 carries for 26 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 4 loss to the Saints.
Randle had a quiet night outside of his touchdown. He lost a goal-line fumble that was overturned and took a backseat to Darren McFadden in the second half. The Cowboys have yet to give Randle more than 18 carries in a game, but he should lose fewer pass-down snaps with Lance Dunbar (knee) sidelined. Randle is on pace for a 192 carries, 812 yards, and 16 touchdowns through four weeks.
Brandon Weeden completed 16-of-26 passes for 246 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 4 loss to the Saints.
The Cowboys continued to hide Weeden behind conservative playcalling, leading to another game of mostly check downs. Most of Weeden's yards came on a 67-yard third-quarter pass to a wide open Brice Butler. Weeden has two straight losses since taking over for Tony Romo, but is playing without much of a supporting cast. Weeden isn't a Week 5 streaming option against the Patriots.