Week 3 brought us some excitement around the league, and I expect Week 4 to be even better. We have some juicy matchups that I will look to exploit and give you all the best streamers for this week. With byes starting this week, streamers are going to start to be a huge part of the game. Let’s start with a couple of quarterback options.
Jacoby Brissett (IND): Brissett has played better than anyone has expected and I see that trend continuing this week at home against the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are ranked 25th against the pass this year and traveling on the road to a hot Colts team won’t make it better. Brissett is my favorite streamer by far this week.
Andy Dalton (CIN): The Pittsburgh Steelers are 31st against the pass and I wouldn’t hesitate to start Andy this week. I know that as a whole, the Bengals aren’t great, but I know Andy Dalton can and will throw the ball and that’s all I need. This may be an ugly game to watch but I expect Dalton to put up good numbers on the road this week.
Will Dissly (SEA): The Cardinals have been horrible against the opposing tight end this year. They just let an 80 year old Greg Olsen have his best performance by far this year while playing without Cam Newton. This week they face Russell Wilson who has been on fire recently, and I expect Dissly to get an abundance of targets and potentially find the end zone. Pick up and start Dissly before it is too late.
Adam Vinatieri (IND): People may have given up on Adam after his struggles through the first 2 games but I’m here to tell you why you shouldn’t. No matter what he does, he is a hall of fame kicker. Hall of fame players show up eventually. He had a bounce back game last week and I expect him to do well this week also. The Colts are going to put up a lot of points this week and he is going to be the main beneficiary.
Mason Crosby (GB): The Packers have a good matchup at home against the Eagles this week who rank 25th against kickers. I think the Packers will put up a lot of points this week which means more opportunities for Crosby.
Seattle Seahawks: Let’s be honest, Kyler Murray and the Cardinals have not played up to par so far and now they draw a matchup against a division rival. Division games are always competitive and I find it hard to believe Kyler Murray and the Cardinals will shake off their problems this week.