Rashad Jennings rushed nine times for 38 yards and caught both of his targets for 54 yards and one touchdown in the Giants' Week 4 win over the Bills.
Jamaal Charles rushed 11 times for 75 yards and caught 6-of-6 targets for 70 yards in the Chiefs' Week 4 loss to Cincinnati.
Charles was extremely efficient with his touches, but it's worth noting that he rotated with Charcandrick West in the second half of Sunday's loss. That may have been a case of the Chiefs trying to manage Charles, who through entered the game leading all NFL running backs in snaps played. Either way, fantasy owners should be pleased with Charles' 145 all-purpose yards. Charles has a gorgeous matchup with the Bears on deck. Through four games, Charles is on pace for 1,828 total yards and 20 touchdowns. He will be the overall RB1 entering Week 5.
Blake Bortles completed 28-of-50 passes for 298 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Colts.
He added four carries for 31 yards. With Vontae Davis shadowing Allen Robinson, Bortles targeted Allen Hurns 15 times, with his touchdown coming on an eight-yard pass to Hurns in the second quarter. Bortles set the Jaguars up for two game-winning fields goals, but both were missed. He continued to look erratic in stretches, completing just 56 percent of his passes. Bortles should be avoided as a streaming option in Week 5 against the Bucs.
Greg Olsen caught 2-of-6 targets for 28 yards in Carolina's Week 4 win over the Bucs.
Olsen could have had a bigger afternoon, but was overthrown on an early deep ball before failing to make a tough catch on another in the second half. Olsen has now bookended two monster games with duds, but is still locked in as a top-three TE1. At the season's quarter pole, Olsen is on pace for 68/972/8.
Mike Evans caught 3-of-8 targets for 32 yards in Tampa Bay's Week 4 loss to the Panthers.
Evans wasn't shadowed by Josh Norman, but had his second straight disastrously-inefficient afternoon. Evans now has 10 grabs for just 133 yards on 25 targets over the past two weeks. Evans still has WR1 upside, but he'll be best utilized as a WR2 in Week 5 against the Jaguars. Jameis Winston simply isn't playing well enough right now.
Vincent Jackson caught 10-of-15 targets for 147 yards and a touchdown in Tampa Bay's Week 4 loss to the Panthers.
The 15 targets were 75 percent of V-Jax's season total coming into Week 4. Jackson's touchdown came deep into garbage time, but was his second score in two weeks. As inconsistent as ever with Jameis Winston at quarterback, Jackson is on pace for 76/1,168/8 with 25 percent of the year now in the books. He'll remain a boom-or-bust in WR3 in Week 5 against the Jaguars.
Matt Jones rushed seven times for 11 yards Week 4 against the Eagles.
It was not a great performance for Jones, but the entire running game struggled prior to Alfred Morris getting loose on a few long runs late in the game. Jones lack of involvement in the offense outside of one second-quarter drive is a much bigger concern than the performance. Jones saw the ball just twice in the first quarter, and he had only one carry in the second half. There were reports of Jones on the training table on the sidelines during the second half, but he still saw snaps on special teams. After four games, Jones is on pace for 172 carries for 800 yards and eight touchdowns, but he will have to be much more involved in the offense moving forward to reach those benchmarks.
Andy Dalton completed 17-of-24 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' Week 4 win over the Chiefs.
He added 16 yards on three scrambles. Jeremy Hill and Gio Bernard hogged the touchdowns in this one -- they scored four, combined -- but Dalton remained extremely sharp, completing 10-of-10 passes for 179 yards to begin the game, and effectively managing it the rest of the way as Cincinnati nursed big leads. Despite his hot start, Dalton has not quite earned locked-in QB1 treatment against the Seahawks in Week 5. Through four weeks, Dalton is on pace for a 36:4 TD-to-INT ratio.