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Week four Fantasy RB Leaderboard: Should Begin, Sleeper, Doable Busts Whereas Working Again

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Alvin Kamara, NO @ DET. Kamara had one of the best games of the year against the Packers when he turned a dump-off pass that should have turned into a 52-yard TD with no win. He should have no problem building a Detroit Defense that gives RBs the fourth highest Fantasy Points per game (FPPG) at 32.1.
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Aaron Jones, GB v ATL
3
Ezekiel Elliott, DAL versus CLE
4th
Kenyan Drake, ARZ @ CAR. Drake has only hit double-digit fantasy points once this year, but he should have a chance to do so against the Panthers' terrible run defense. The Panthers allow RBs 36.5 FPPG and have allowed seven lavish TDs this year. Drake should find the end zone and have a chance to crack 100 yards, provided Kyler Murray doesn't have too many snot transports from him.
5
Dalvin Cook, MIN @ HOU. The Texans allowed 503 express gardens to retreat this year. That's most of it in the NFL. Start Cook again and hope the Vikings can take an early lead.
6
Nick Chubb, CLE @ DAL
7th
Derrick Henry, TEN versus PIT
8th
James Robinson, JAX @ CIN. If you were one of the clever fantasy owners who picked up on Robinson before the season started, you must be feeling pretty good now. Averaging 113 yards and a TD per game, Robinson competes against a Bengals team that allows the second highest FPPG for RBs at 34.3. He's a top 20 game every week now and an RB1 in cheap matchups like this one.
9
Jonathan Taylor, IND @ CHI
10
Melvin Gordon, DEN @ NYJ. If Phillip Lindsay is out again in a short week, Gordon will have the chance to face a Jets defense that has allowed RBs to reach the eighth most yards this year with 344 points. And If The Broncos Are To Succeed When Drew Lock fails, they must lead the running game to success.
11
Chris Carson, SEA @ MIA. Carson is dealing with a knee sprain he sustained late in the Seahawks' win over the Cowboys when Trysten Hill rolled over on him unnecessarily. When he plays, Carson has a great matchup against a defense in Miami where James Robinson only managed to score 27.9 Fantasy Points.
12
Joe Mixon, CIN versus JAX. Eventually, Mixon will be playing in a matchup that looks cheap on paper. The Jaguars have approved the sixth most FPPG for RBs this season at 29.9, and Mixon takes on most of the workload for the Bengals. If Mixon can get more involved in the passing game, he could use the team's porous passing defense against running backs (22 allowed catches are the fifth most in the NFL).
13
David Montgomery, CHI v IND. With Tarik Cohen (torn ACL) for the season, Montgomery will play a bigger role in the bears' backfield than it has already, as he will play more in overtaking maneuvers. As a result, its upper limit is higher and it will be a limit value RB1 because of this potential volume.
14th
Todd Gurley, ATL @ GB. The Packers defense only got trampled by Alvin Kamara and Latavius ​​Murray as the duo completed 262 scrimmage yards and two TDs against them. Gurley's Hawks could therefore try to take the running game against the Packers early on and that could open the door for a score for the veteran who found the end zone twice in three games to start the season.
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Miles Sanders, PHI @ SF. In each of the two games he has played this season, Sanders has run exactly 95 meters. He's also been targeted 15 times in total, which should give him a PPR boost at some point, provided he has the chance to make those catches from behind a battered offensive line. The 49ers could do without three of their best defenders in Nick Bosa, Solomon Thomas and Dee Ford on Sunday night, leaving Sanders potentially the Eagles' best hope of staying alive on the offensive.
16
Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC versus NE
17th
Josh Jacobs, LV versus BUF. Jacobs is in a tough matchup against a Bills defense who ranks 10th against RBs this year and has a profile similar to the Patriots defense that curtailed Jacobs in week 3. Of course you won't let him sit down, but he's more like an RB2 this week.
18th
Austin Disgust, LAC @ TB. The Bucs are superb against the run and have put the third smallest rushing yards in position this season. The bright spot for disgust is that Tampa Bay struggled with Alvin Kamara as a receiver and allowed RBs as a receiver 24 catches, 211 yards and a TD. That should make Ekeler the top preferred option for the chargers this week and keep him in the top 20.
19th
Darrell Henderson, LAR v NYG. Henderson emerged top overall on the Rams committee after posting consecutive games with at least 100 scrimmage yards and a TD. In week 4, he gets a cupcake matchup with the Giants that saw Jeff Wilson Jr. and Jerick McKinnon combine three TDs last week. Fire him as RB2 and trust him as a potential top 15 game in PPR thanks to his ability to catch passes.
20th
James Conner, PIT @ TEN. Conner again outperformed Anthony McFarland and Benny Snell, going 100 yards against a drainable Houston defense. The Titans' defense may be a bit tougher, but they only allowed Dalvin Cook 199 scrimmage yards and a TD so Conner could be there for another lovely week.
21st
David Johnson, HOU versus MIN
22nd
Kareem Hunt, CLE @ DAL
23
Jerick McKinnon, SF versus PHI
24
Mark Ingram, BAL @ WHAT
25th
Mike Davis, CAR versus ARZ
26th
Devin Singletary, BUF @ LV
27
Sony Michel, NE @ KC
28
JK Dobbins, BAL @ WHAT
29
Myles Gaskin, MIA versus SEA
30th
Adrian Peterson, DET versus NO
31
Leonard Fournette, TB versus LAC
32
Jeff Wilson Jr., SF versus PHI
33
Joshua Kelley, LAC @ TB
34
Antonio Gibson, WHAT against BAL
35
Frank Gore, NYJ versus DEN
36
Ronald Jones II, TB versus LAC
37
Zack Moss, BUF @ LV
38
Devonta Freeman, NYG @ LAR
39
Latavius ​​Murray, NO @ DET
40
Malcolm Brown, LAR v NYG
41
James White, NE @ KC
42
Jordan Howard, MIA versus SEA
43
Nyheim Hines, IND @ CHI
44
Cam Akers, LAR v NYG
45
Carlos Hyde, SEA @ MIA
46
D & # 39; Andre Swift, DET versus NO
47
Jamaal Williams, GB v ATL
48
Gus Edwards, BAL @ WHAT
49
Kerryon Johnson, DET v NO
50
Matt Breida, MIA versus SEA
51
Chris Thompson, JAX @ CIN
52
Royce Freeman, DEN @ NYJ
53
Chase Edmonds, ARZ @ CAR
54
Dion Lewis, NYG @ LAR
55
Damien Harris, NE @ KC
56
LeSean McCoy, TB versus LAC
57
Boston Scott, PHI @ SF
58
Rex Burkhead, NE @ KC
59
Darwin Thompson, KC versus NE
60
Giovani Bernard, CIN versus JAX
61
Alexander Mattison, MIN @ HOU
62
Benny Snell Jr., PIT @ TEN
63
Tony Pollard, DAL versus CLE
64
Brian Hill, ATL @ GB
65
Corey Clement, PHI @ SF
66
La & # 39; Mical Perine NYJ versus DEN
67
Devontae Booker, LV versus BUF
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Jalen Richard, LV versus BUF
69
Reggie Bonnafon, CAR versus ARZ
70
J. D. McKissic, WHAT v BAL
71
Peyton Barber, WHAT against BAL
72
AJ Dillon, GB v ATL

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