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Well that was a huge week for fantasy, offenses around the league are on fire. Here is who did best in week 4!

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QB- CHI Mitchell Trubisky (43.5) If this is the development arc for Mitch Trubisky then the rest of league should be scared as he destroyed the Tampa Bay defense with 6 TD passes with 354 yards. He showed touch and the ability to make something out of nothing. Tampa won’t get much further if there defense plays like that every week.

Honourable Mention: LAR Jared Goff (39.3) In the Thursday night showdown with the Minnesota Vikings not-so-vaunted-anymore defense, the Rams and Goff put on a show. Goff threw for 465 yards with 5 TDs against top competition, him and McVay are a deadly duo.

 

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RB1- NO Alvin Kamara (41.1) He may be the most talented running back in the league right now. He’s just so fast and elusive but then he can take defender’s head on. He reminds me a lot of Tyreek Hill but in more of a running back mould. This man is a must start every week, he could easily run away with the OPOY award if he continues his monster second season. He ran for 134 yards and 3 TDs and then caught another 5 balls for 47 yards.

 

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RB2- DAL Ezekiel Elliott (34.0) I mentioned in my tips that Elliott is the only really good player on the Cowboys offense and he treated us to a 152-yard rushing performance and tacked on another 88 yards receiving with a TD. The offense will continue to be in Elliott’s hands for the foreseeable future until a real passing threat emerges and that is why Dallas won’t win many games.

Honourable Mention: NE James White (31.2) The postseason superstar for the Pats finally seemed to get the touches he deserved in a regular season game and managed to rejuvenate this offense by catching 8 passes for 68 yards and touchdown while running for another 44 yards.

 

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WR1- LAR Cooper Kupp (37.2) The man who helped Goff have his big career day had 162 yards and 2 TDs all to himself. The second-year receiver is showing big signs of development and he could easily pass 1,000 yards this year along with Woods and Cooks. He shows good hands and great route running skills which makes him a dream for Goff.

 

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WR2- DET Golden Tate (33.2) One of the most underpaid receivers in the league put on a show this week against Dallas to the tune of 132 yards and 2 TDs. If the Detroit offense can get him the ball some more, he will make the plays they need him to.

 

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WR3- HOU DeAndre Hopkins (32.9) Arguably the best receiver in the league was at it again this week, embarrassing more cornerbacks. He was beating the Indianapolis secondary all day for 10 catches, 162 yards and a TD. This superhuman can single-handedly win Houston games.

Honourable Mention: TEN Corey Davis (31.1) Maybe a coming out party for the young Corey Davis who hadn’t shown too much coming into this week, but went off against the Eagles with a TD and 161 yards.

 

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TE- OAK Jared Cook (31.0) I don’t know what has happened to Jared Cook this season, but the man is on a mission to prove he should be called one of the better tight ends in the league. When I wrote this piece back in week 1 I did not expect to be writing about the big man in silver and black again. Thanks to a 110-yard, 2 TD performance, he is in the top spot once again.

Honourable Mention: SF George Kittle (24.5) When Jimmy Garroppolo was lost to a torn ACL last week, it was thought that the 49ers would just disappear into irrelevance again but C.J. Beathard and George Kittle had other ideas as he went for 125 yards and a TD.

 

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D/ST- Green Bay Packers (21.0) The Packers quickly shot down the Bills mafia and their hype over rookie QB Josh Allen. In a shutout victory, they intercepted Allen twice, sacked him 7 times and recovered a fumble. This Green Bay defense is improving week to week.

Honourable Mention: Chicago Bears (13.0) Khalil Mack and the rest of the Bears defense put an end to the magic that Ryan Fitzpatrick has been doing for the first quarter of the season and had him benched for the returning Winston. They picked off 3 passes, had 2 sacks and only allowed 7 points.

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