Week 4 of the NFL and fantasy football season is here and as always, we have this week's studs, duds and sleepers.
Make sure to us USA TODAY Sports' rankings to help as well, and good luck!
QB Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
You could call me Captain Obvious for picking the guy who threw five touchdowns last week. But don't forget that his first two weeks were meh. I'm willing to bet Ryan will have another big week against a bottom-10 pass defense team in the Bengals.
RB Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals
The Falcons give up 125.7 rushing yards per game. Add in the fact that Bernard catches a bunch of passes out of the backfield and you've got a recipe for RB1 numbers.
WR Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns
Baker Mayfield will be tossing him the rock, and we saw how that helped Landry have a 100-yard game last week. On the road against the Raiders, Landry should reach that number again.
TE Trey Burton, Chicago Bears
If you've been waiting patiently for a big Burton game, this is lining up to be one: The Bucs have given up the most fantasy points to tight ends thus far ( per ESPN).
QB Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
The Cowboys are fourth in the NFL against the pass, and you have to wonder if the Lions will balance their offensive attack more after Kerryon Johnson had a 100-yard day. Stafford is still startable but temper your expectations.
RBs Dion Lewis and Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans
The Eagles are shaping up to be a "DO NOT START RBS AGAINST THEM" kind of team in 2018. They give up a league-leading 61.7 rushing yards per game. Maybe Lewis catches some passes, but you'd be smart to stay away from him and Henry in this one.
WR Brandin Cooks, Los Angeles Rams
Xavier Rhodes will likely cover the deep threat, so don't expect another big game from the veteran wideout.
TE George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers
Not only are the Chargers really good at defending opposing tight ends, but Kittle will now receive passes from C.J. Beathard, who is not Jimmy Garoppolo, sadly.
QB Eli Manning, New York Giants
He nearly reached 300 yards passing on the road against the Texans last week to go along with two touchdowns, and now he gets to host a Saints defense that's given up 337 yards through the air per game, good for 30th in the NFL.
RB Chris Carson, Seattle Seahawks
Look: He did finish with 102 yards and a touchdown last week. Even though it took 32 carries to get there, it's a good sign. Now he faces the 29th-ranked rushing D in the NFL with a trip to Arizona.
WR John Brown, Baltimore Ravens
The Steelers have been awful against the pass and Brown has had three straight fantasy relevant games as well as 19 targets in his past two contests. Stick him in your lineups in the hopes he'll keep receiving Joe Flacco's looks.
TE Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati Bengals
Coming off a six-catch, 74-yard day, he could be a frequent target in a potential shootout against the Falcons.