Dwayne Harris caught five passes for 51 yards and one touchdown in the Giants' Week 4 win over the Bills.
Harris got the scoring started for the Giants with a 21-yard touchdown out of the slot. The Giants are looking for someone to emerge in the slot with Victor Cruz (calf) still out, and Harris staked his claim to the spot Sunday. This will likely go down as an outlier performance. Continue to ignore Harris in fantasy.
Jay Cutler completed 28-of-43 passes for 281 yards, two touchdowns and an interception Week 4 against the Raiders.
Cutler was far less than 100 percent in this game, and it showed on his interception. Cutler had Martellus Bennett wide open for what would have been his second touchdown of the game, but he could not get enough zip on the throw and Charles Woodson cut in front of Bennett for the interception. Cutler still managed to post a solid stat line despite his health, and another week of rest should get him closer to 100 percent. He will be in the streaming discussion next week against the Chiefs.
Demaryius Thomas was forced from Denver's Week 4 game against the Vikings with a neck injury, and is questionable to return.
Rams WLB Alec Ogletree exited Week 4 against the Cardinals with an ankle injury.
Ogeltree had to be carted off the field after getting his right leg rolled up from behind on a third-quarter running play. Daren Bates has replaced Ogletree.
Amari Cooper caught 4-of-9 targets for 49 yards and a touchdown Week 4 against the Bears.
Cooper just managed to get his feet in on a beautifully placed ball from Derek Carr in the back of the end zone for a 26-yard touchdown in the second quarter. The touchdown grab was nice, but Cooper was held without a catch and saw just two targets in the second half. After four games, Cooper is on pace for 96 catches for 1,356 yards and eight touchdowns.
Josh Robinson was held to two yards on three carries in Week 4 against the Jaguars.
Robinson continued to have ball security issues, and lost a second-quarter fumble. He remained a non factor behind Frank Gore. Even with Gore struggling, he isn't more than a low-end handcuff.
Percy Harvin caught 3-of-8 targets for 26 yards in the Bills' Week 4 loss to the Giants.
Harvin led all Bills wide receivers in targets, but dropped his first pass of the game and made no noise in a game Buffalo couldn't get out of neutral on offense for much of the day. Through four games, Harvin is on pace for a 76-872-4 line on 104 targets. The Bills would take that all day from Harvin. Treat him as more of a WR4 when the Bills travel to face the Titans in Week 5.
Michael Crabtree caught 5-of-6 targets for 80 yards Week 4 against the Bears.
Crabtree missed most of the second quarter after suffering a gruesome-looking ankle injury blocking on a screen pass. He returned in the second half, however, and ended up making several big plays down the stretch. After four games, Crabtree is on pace for 92 catches for 1,056 yards and four touchdowns.