Sam Bradford completed 15-of-28 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles' Week 4 loss to the Redskins.
After struggling through a first half which saw the Eagles run just 20 plays, Bradford found his deep-passing arm in the second half. Bradford connected with Riley Cooper and Miles Austin on two deep touchdowns and just missed on a third to Jordan Matthews. He also threaded a pass to Matthews down the seam in the third quarter and had a bullet of a touchdown pass to Zach Ertz called back at the end of the second quarter. The Eagles lost, but Bradford's performance in the second half despite a constant pass rush from the Redskins at least give reason for hope. After four games, Bradford is on pace for 3,792 yards, 24 touchdowns and 16 interceptions.
Charles Clay caught 9-of-13 targets for 111 yards in the Bills' Week 4 loss to the Giants.
Frank Gore rushed 17 times for 53 yards and caught 5-of-7 targets for 34 yards Week 4 against the Jaguars.
Gore had just six yards in the first half and was shut down for most of the game. He managed a 22-yard carry in overtime to salvage his day. Gore fumbled at the goal-line for the second time in two weeks, but the Colts still pulled out the win in overtime. OC Pep Hamilton remained pass-heavy even with Matt Hasselbeck starting. Gore will be a low-end RB2 against the Texans in Week 5.
Texans rookie WR Keith Mumphery secured 4-of-7 targets for 56 yards in Sunday's Week 4 loss to Atlanta.
A fifth-round pick out of Michigan State, Mumphery saw more snaps than usual as Nate Washington (hamstring) and Cecil Shorts (shoulder) both exited with in-game injuries. It's possible Mumphery will start opposite DeAndre Hopkins on Thursday night versus the Colts. The Texans may also have to give in and elevate third-round pick Jaelen Strong onto the game-day roster.
Cecil Shorts secured 6-of-10 targets for 87 yards and a touchdown in the Texans' Week 4 loss to Atlanta, but left late in the game with a shoulder injury.
Shorts was elevated to the Texans' No. 2 receiver by a hamstring injury to Nate Washington. Shorts and Washington both appear questionable at best for Thursday's date with the Colts. Predictably as a sub-package receiver on a team with major quarterback issues, Shorts has been a hit-and-miss weekly fantasy commodity. We'll have an injury update on Shorts within the next 48 hours.
Shane Vereen rushed five times for 21 yards in the Giants' Week 4 win over the Bills.
He wasn't targeted in the passing game after catching 12 passes across the first three games. If Vereen isn't making noise as a pass catcher, he's useless in fantasy. He's behind both Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams for carries. Vereen lined up out wide a couple times Sunday, but he's barely a FLEX play in PPR.
Jamison Crowder caught 7-of-12 targets for 65 yards Week 4 against the Eagles.
Crowder came into the game with just eight targets and 52 yards in his career. Both Pierre Garcon (knee) and Jordan Reed (concussion) missed time in this game, but Crowder was on his way to leading the team in targets even before the injuries. He would have had an even bigger day but was just out of bounds on an end-zone target in the first half. With Andre Roberts in the dog house, Crowder has a chance to establish himself as the fourth option in the passing game behind Garcon, Reed and DeSean Jackson (hamstring).
T.J. Yeldon had 22 carries for 105 yards and caught 2-of-3 passes for four yards in Jacksonville's Week 4 loss to the Colts.
Yeldon got most of his yards on a 36-yard gain in overtime. He continued to show good ability in space, but didn't get much running room behind Jacksonville's offensive line. Yeldon failed to score on his only red-zone carry. Playing an every-down role, Yeldon has 20-plus touches in two of his last three games. Yeldon will be a mid-range RB2 against the Bucs in Week 5.