Mohamed Sanu caught 4-of-6 targets for 84 yards in the Bengals' Week 4 win over the Chiefs.
Sanu was the Bengals' receiving yardage leader on a day where Andy Dalton spread the ball around, and game flow prevented Cincinnati from racking up second-half pass attempts. Sanu's big play was a 52-yard gain where he lined up in the slot and piled up yardage after catch on a slant route. Behind A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, Tyler Eifert, and Gio Bernard in the Bengals' pecking order for targets, Sanu isn't worth rostering in fantasy leagues entering a Week 5 date with the Seahawks.
Jonathan Stewart rushed 10 times for 50 yards in Carolina's Week 4 win over the Bucs.
Stewart wasn't targeted in the passing game. Today was the first time all season J-Stew has cleared five yards per carry, but his 50 yards were a 2015 low. Stewart has been a major disappointment thus far, failing to clear 62 yards on the ground while scoring zero total touchdowns. With 25 percent of the year in the books, he's on pace for only 880 yards rushing, and 20 catches. We can't say the former will pick up based on how Stewart has been running. He'll be a middling RB2 when the Panthers came off their bye in Week 6 against the Seahawks.
Jeremy Hill rushed nine times for 40 yards, three touchdowns, and a two-point conversion in the Bengals' 36-21 win over the Chiefs in Week 4.
The Bengals are now 4-0 with a game versus Seattle on deck. For the fourth straight week, Hill got the start at tailback. He ended Cincinnati's opening drive with an eight-yard touchdown run, and later capitalized on Travis Kelce's lost fumble for a third-quarter TD. Hill's third touchdown occurred on a goal-line run in the fourth quarter, putting Cincinnati up 36-18. Hill still finished with only nine touches, compared to Gio Bernard's 13. Still always a solid bet for short-yardage touchdowns week to week, Hill will be an RB2 against the Seahawks in Week 5. Albeit with fumble-induced bumps in the road, Hill has five touchdowns through four games. Only on pace for 660 yards from scrimmage, Hill's yardage is sure to rise the rest of the way.
Kirk Cousins completed 31-of-46 passes for 289 yards and the game-winning touchdowns Week 4 against the Eagles.
Cousins hooked up with Pierre Garcon three times on the Redskins' game-winning drive including a four-yard touchdown with less than 30 seconds to go in the game. With the running game struggling, Washington relied on Cousins and the short-passing game to move the ball down the field. Cousins was successful dinking and dunking underneath, completing 67 percent of his throws and allowing the Redskins to dominate time of possession by over 20 minutes. Cousins is never going to be a fantasy star, but he can be a serviceable starter for the Redskins as they attempt to execute a ball-control gameplan.
Eli Manning completed 20-of-35 passes for 212 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception in the Giants' 24-10, Week 4 win over the Bills.
Jameis Winston completed 26-of-43 passes for 287 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions in Tampa Bay's 37-23, Week 4 loss to the Panthers, and also lost a fumble.
He added four rushes for 12 yards. Don't let the two scores fool you: This was as bad as any quarterback has played this season. Winston was woefully inaccurate, telegraphing passes and continually throwing behind his receivers. In addition to his five turnovers, he also committed two intentional grounding penalties. Winston routinely held onto the ball too long. The lowlight was his first pick. Locked onto TE Brandon Myers, Winston easily let Josh Norman jump the route for a pick six. Winston now has seven picks through his first four starts, and has completed more than 20 passes only once. He won't be on the QB2 radar against the Jaguars next week.
Cam Newton completed 11-of-22 passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns in Carolina's 37-23 Week 4 shellacking of the Bucs, adding 12 rushes for 51 yards.
Newton had an easy afternoon against Lovie Smith's non-competitive football team, finding Ted Ginn for both his scores. Newton could have had a few more completions, but was hurt by drops, including one by Devin Funchess in the end zone. Newton has gotten off to a blazing hot start on the back of a soft schedule, but things will stiffen considerably after Carolina's Week 5 bye, as the Panthers must travel to Seattle.
Giants SLB Devon Kennard exited Week 4 against the Bills with a hamstring injury.
He left midway through the fourth quarter and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. Kennard made an impressive, leaping interception in the first half.