Will Dissly, Cole Beasley, Chark and a couple of DJs are Your Fantasy Football Sleepers for Week 4
Will Dissly - TE - SEA vs ARI - Tight ends against the Cardinals have come out this year looking like Jefferson in Fast Times at Ridgemont High after you smash his Camaro. The Cardinals don’t have a mean set of tools and they won’t be able to fix this. Tight Ends are putting up 21 points a game on average against the Cardinals, nearly double the second worst defense against that position. And Dissly is on a little bit of a run on his own, scoring 3 TDs in the last two games.
Cole Beasley - WR - BUF vs. NE - His name is both friendly and threatening at the same time. Beasley is only owned in 20% of ESPN leagues and not started by many teams at all. Week 4 brings a tough Patriots defense that could work to Beasley’s fantasy advantage. Star cornerback will Stephon Gilmore will be focusing on breakout receiver John Brown, leaving Beasley as Josh Allen’s bail out option as he’s getting pressured by the Pats.
D.J. Moore - WR - CAR vs. HOU - With Cam Newton out, Kyle Allen gets the start. He connected with Moore last week for a big play but nothing more and only had two targets. Look for the No. 1 receiver in Carolina to get it going with his new quarterback. The Houston defense is tougher than the Cardinals D that Moore and Allen faced last week but it is giving up nearly 30 points a game to WRs so far. Moore is only starting in less than half of ESPN leagues. Should be higher.
D.J. Chark - WR - JAX vs. DEN - The second D.J. of the sleeper column, Chark has surpassed Dede Westbrooks as the No. 1 wide receiver on the Jaguars and is clicking with the moustached (Quarterback Gardner Minshew) one. Denver has a tough defense but Chark has found the endzone every week so far.
Jack Doyle - TE - IND vs. OAK - This was supposed to be Eric Ebron’s job but Doyle is showing some promise with increasing production each week. With T.Y. Hilton out and a poor Oakland Raiders pass defense, both will get some looks. Bet on Doyle sneaking a TD.