Louis Murphy caught 3-of-4 targets for 26 yards in Tampa Bay's Week 4 loss to the Panthers.
With 25 percent of the season in the books, Murphy is on pace for 36 catches and 676 yards. We'd take the under on the latter.
Chargers WR Malcom Floyd exited Sunday's Week 4 game against the Browns with a concussion.
He's done for the day. The Chargers have turned to Dontrelle Inman as their third receiver, with Stevie Johnson taking over as the No. 2 behind Keenan Allen.
Jason Avant secured 4-of-5 targets for 43 yards in the Chiefs' Week 4 loss to the Bengals.
Avant saw more action than usual because No. 2 receiver Albert Wilson (shoulder) was inactive. A third-down specialist and possession receiver, 32-year-old Avant doesn't warrant week-to-week fantasy consideration.
Chris Thompson rushed six times for 53 yards and caught 2-of-3 targets for 24 yards Week 4 against the Eagles.
Thompson had a huge 42-yard run to convert a third-and-long on the opening drive and had a nice 19-yard catch later in the series. Despite the hot start, Thompson saw just four touches after the first quarter. Thompson is clearly the Redskins' third-down back, and that role has led to decent PPR value the last two weeks. After four games, Thompson is on pace for 736 total yards, though he had just 21 yards total the first two weeks of the season.
Devin Funchess was held without a catch on two targets in Carolina's Week 4 win over the Bucs.
It wouldn't have been the easiest catch in the world, but one of Funchess' missed connections was a drop in the end zone. The second-round rookie now has just three grabs for 38 yards with 25 percent of the season in the books. His role should continue to grow, but he's miles from WR4/5 relevance.
Chris Conley managed two catches for 53 yards on seven targets in the Chiefs' Week 4 loss to the Bengals.
Conley got a boost in playing time due to Albert Wilson's (shoulder) inactivity, and delivered a 44-yard gain but was otherwise inefficient with his opportunities. In Kansas City's Alex Smith-quarterbacked offense, deep threat Conley will have a very hard time making any consistent fantasy impact.
Corey Brown caught 1-of-3 targets for three yards in Carolina's Week 4 win over the Bucs.
Brown now has only one catch over his past two games after combining for five in Weeks 1 and 2. Even with the Panthers boasting the least receiver depth in the league, Brown isn't on the WR5 radar.
Andre Williams rushed for 35 yards on 11 carries in the Giants' Week 4 win over the Bills.
He was targeted once in the passing game but dropped it. Williams continues to rotate early-down snaps with Rashad Jennings and remains irrelevant in season-long leagues as an RB4. The sophomore is on pace for 484 yards rushing with four touchdowns a quarter of the way into the season. He's averaging 3.27 YPC.