Here is to another week of Fantasy Stacks! After a week of explosive scores, both in fantasy and in the real world, it is time to break down three more stacks that I think you should be targeting. Before we get into that, though, let’s take a look at last week’s stacks to see how they did.

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Looking Back at Week 3 Fantasy Stacks

In a rumble in the jungle matchup against the Bengals, Matthew Stafford and Puka Nacua put up decent numbers but nothing to write home about. Stafford put up a season-low 13.5 points, while Puka Nacua turned seven targets into five catches for 12.2 points. Not their best week, but hopefully, it helped you stay afloat in your matchups.

Kirk Cousins and Hockenson put up decent scores again this week, both maintaining their place at the top of their given positions. Cousins scored 26.7 points while targeting Hockenson 11 times for another 13.8 points. The painful thing with this stack was watching Hockenson drop two touchdowns, which would have had an incredible impact on their ending scores.

Finally, I hit on C.J. Stroud as he broke 20 points and scored again, but Nico Collins was the wrong pick in the stack as he was only targeted only three times. Stroud is showing he has the skills to play in this league, but the question remains open as to who is his favorite target on the team.

Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen

One thing you never want to do is chase last week’s points; the odds of replication are never great. That said, the first of the Fantasy Stacks we are looking at is Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen, who just blew up last week against the Minnesota Vikings. Justin Herbert led last week amongst all quarterbacks with 29.3 points. He completed 40 of his 47 passing attempts, which he turned into 405 yards and three touchdowns. Needless to say, Herbert is on fire right now. He has the 2nd most points amongst all quarterbacks so far this season and should continue this trend as he faces a divisional rival, the Las Vegas Raiders.

On the flip side of this was Keenan Allen, who is now WR1 on the season. This is in part due to the 20 targets he received. That’s right, another receiver with 20 targets this past week. Allen turned those 20 targets into 18 catches for a whopping 215 yards. He also tried his hand at quarterback last week when he completed his one passing attempt for a 49-yard touchdown. While that does not help the stack that much, it does go to show how important his role is to the offense.

Now that the Chargers have lost Mike Williams with a torn ACL and there is no timetable for the return of Austin Ekeler, I expect the offense to focus on the connection they have between Herbert and Allen. As stated, this week they face the Las Vegas Raiders, who have given up on average 25.67 points per game. Allen and Herbert should find this week to be an easy one to continue working on the connection they have for big points.

Geno Smith and Tyler Lockett

The next Fantasy Stacks that we are going to look at is a face-off between one another. Geno Smith and Tyler Lockett are facing off against Daniel Jones and Darren Waller this week in Seattle. Geno has had some of that shine that he had from last season rub off this year so far. To be fair, though, they have had tough sledding against the Last Angeles Rams, the Detroit Lions, and the Carolina Panthers defenses. Even in those games, Geno managed to average 16.2 PPG. He has remained efficient, only throwing one interception to his four touchdowns. Things may have been difficult for him so far, but Smith and company are prepared to put up numbers against the Giants.

That company makes it a little difficult to know who is the right one to stack with Geno, as he does like to spread the ball around. My money this week is on Tyler Lockett. Lockett leads the team in receptions with 21 total this season, which includes a goose egg of a game in the first week where he only saw 4 targets. Since then, he has been targeted 17 times, which he has turned into 11 receptions and two touchdowns. The 30-year-old receiver has maintained being one of the best targets for his team, which I expect to translate to more points this coming week.

The Giants have one of the worst defenses in the league, giving up more than 30 points on average to their opponents. I expect them to focus on shutting down Lockett’s counterpart, D.K. Metcalf, which should open things up for Lockett in the receiving game. This will mean good things for both Lockett and Geno this coming week.

Top 30 Tight End Rankings: Darren Waller Shines

Daniel Jones and Darren Waller

Now to look at the other side of the ball and my favorite of the three Fantasy Stacks for Week 4: Daniel Jones and Darren Waller. Like I said earlier, you do not want to chase points, and this pick is doing the opposite of that. This last week was abysmal for the two-star players, both finishing with five points or less this last week. However, Jones has had one QB1 finish this season when he threw 37 times for 321 yards and two touchdowns in Week 2 against the Arizona Cardinals. Jones hasn’t been as consistent as I was hoping he would be this year, but this week against the Seahawks will be different.

Waller is your TE8 so far this season, and while he has not put up any big games yet, he has been consistent in the Giants passing game, wracking up 20 total targets so far this year. The defenses they have faced have been able to limit Waller so far, but I think that is going to change this coming week in a battle against a vulnerable Seahawks team.

There had been a lot of hope that these two would have a greater connection than they have shown so far this year. It has been a rough beginning for the Giants in general, as each game has been a battle, and they have only had one win so far. That said, though, this is the week that Jones and Waller get right facing the Seattle Seahawks. Part of this belief is because the Seahawks have given up just over 29 points on average to their opponents. Get ahead of the curve and start stacking them now.

What is Your Favorite Fantasy Stack?

How about you? What is your favorite Fantasy Stack of the week? What is a Fantasy Stack I should investigate for next week? Let me know in the comments below!

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