Chargers DE Joey Bosa (hamstring) is out for Week 4.
The No. 3 overall pick in the draft has yet to play this season.
Chargers CB Brandon Flowers (concussion) is out for Week 4.
It's an upgrade to Willie Snead's matchup, assuming Snead (toe) plays. Flowers has been covering the slot between Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward.
Bucs DE Robert Ayers (ankle) is out for Week 4 versus Denver.
Ayers also missed Week 3 with the injury, and the Rams had an offensive bonanza. Ayers is the Bucs' second most talented D-Lineman behind Gerald McCoy.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Jamaal Charles (knee, questionable) will make his season debut against the Steelers in Week 4.
Charles is finally ready to go after a slow recovery from ACL surgery. We'd imagine the Chiefs will have him on a snap count in his first game back. Spencer Ware is still expected to lead the Chiefs' backfield in Week 4, though it's possible Charles could cut into his red-zone work. Charcandrick West (ankle) won't be in action Sunday night.
The Detroit defense will take on Chicago QB Brian Hoyer on Sunday, with Jay Cutler (thumb) listed as doubtful for Week 4.
Hoyer managed to escape Week 3 without throwing an interception and absorbing only one sack, but his start still makes the Lions D/ST a worthwhile streaming option in Week 4. Detroit has forced just one turnover on the season but will look to add to their total in this favorable matchup.
Doug Martin (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 4.
Charles Sims put up top-12 fantasy running back numbers in Martin's absence in last week's theoretically difficult matchup with the Rams. Sims is an every-week fantasy RB2. Martin is expected to miss at least another game.
Dez Bryant (knee) is out for Week 4 against the 49ers.
Dez got some good news from Dr. James Andrews on Thursday but the Cowboys are going to "play it safe" by sitting him in Week 4. Cole Beasley is going to get peppered with targets in his absence and Brice Butler should also play a bigger role in the passing game. Consider Bryant week to week.
Baltimore LB Elvis Dumervil (foot) will be eased into action in his 2016 debut.
Per the Baltimore Sun, "Against the Raiders, he will return to his familiar role except that the Ravens don't need him to play half of the team's defensive snaps. They can take their time and bring him along just like they did Suggs in the first three games." Dumervil missed the season's first three games after offseason foot surgery, but is now ready for game action. The Baltimore defense has been solid in his absence, allowing the second-fewest yards per game among NFL defenses through three weeks. The Ravens D/ST will be a startable fantasy option at home against Oakland this week.