You’ve come to the right place for your Week 4 wide receiver rankings, and I’ll say receivers have moved around drastically this week. Cooper Kupp is showing he could be the number one wide receiver in fantasy this year. While Tyreek Hill and DeAndre Hopkins have been disappointing the last two weeks.
Now that three weeks have passed, we have a better outlook on which defenses are threats to wide receivers. Surprisingly the Eagles’ secondary is not as bad as I thought. They have allowed the fewest fantasy points to wide receivers through three weeks. And Ja’Marr Chase might be this year’s Justin Jefferson.
Just as a reminder if you haven’t seen the last three weeks of rankings, this wide receiver rankings list is based on half PPR scoring. Below I have my top-50 wide receiver rankings for Week 4.
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Week 4 Notes
One of the biggest notes from this list is that I have Kupp ranked as the number three wide receiver for Week 4. It is safe to say Kupp is Matthew Stafford’s favorite target and the Rams have the pleasure of playing the Cardinals for Week 4. The Cardinals have allowed an average of 26 fantasy points per game to wide receivers this season. So far this season Kupp’s lowest-scoring game has been 23. Kupp could be the number one receiver going forward, he is a must-start all season no matter who the Rams play.
D.J. Moore is another wide receiver who has jumped in the rankings for Week 4. The Panthers have a solid matchup against the Dallas Cowboys this week. The Cowboys’ defense is averaging around 20 fantasy points allowed to wide receivers. Moore has double-digit targets in back-to-back games and is 100% Sam Darnold’s favorite target. Moore has scored 20 plus fantasy points in back-to-back games and only has one touchdown in those games. He is a PPR stud this year.
Let’s talk about two top wide receivers that have dropped in the Week 4 rankings list. Hopkins and Allen Robinson II. Hopkins has a tough matchup against the Rams this week and will likely be going against Jalen Ramsey. Kyler Murray has also been spreading the ball around to A.J. Green and Christian Kirk who both had over 100 yards last week. Robinson, on the other hand, does not have a quarterback to get him the ball. Robinson has yet to break 10 fantasy points this season which is why I have him at 24 this week. The Lions are also another sleeper defense that plays well against wide receivers only giving up 23 fantasy points a game.
Lastly, I have Mike Williams ranked at 11 for Week 4. The Chargers are playing the Raiders this week who are giving up around 21 fantasy points a game to wide receivers. Williams has caught me by surprise this year. At the beginning of the year, I didn’t have him breaking the top 20 one for the season. But, he has shown he can come down with the ball and is a huge threat in the red zone.
Week 4 Wide Receiver Rankings
* Questionable to play this week
|1||Davante Adams||GB||vs. PIT|
|2||Tyreek Hill||KC||at PHI|
|3||Cooper Kupp||LAR||vs. ARI|
|4||Stefon Diggs||BUF||vs. HOU|
|5||Justin Jefferson||MIN||vs. CLE|
|6||D.J. Moore||CAR||at DAL|
|7||Keenan Allen||LAC||vs. LV|
|8||D.K. Metcalf||SEA||at SF|
|9||DeAndre Hopkins||ARI||at LAR|
|10||Tyler Lockett||SEA||at SF|
|11||Mike Williams||LAC||vs. LV|
|12||Calvin Ridley||ATL||vs. WAS|
|13||Adam Thielen||MIN||vs. CLE|
|14||Terry McLaurin||WAS||at ATL|
|15||CeeDee Lamb||DAL||vs. CAR|
|16||Chris Godwin||TB||at NE|
|17||Amari Cooper||DAL||vs. CAR|
|18||Ja'Marr Chase||CIN||vs. JAC|
|19||Deebo Samuel||SF||vs. SEA|
|20||Julio Jones||TEN||at NYJ|
|21||Courtland Sutton||DEN||vs. BAL|
|22||Mike Evans||TB||at NE|
|23||Brandin Cooks||HOU||at BUF|
|24||Allen Robinson II||CHI||vs. DET|
|25||Robert Woods||LAR||vs. ARI|
|26||Tyler Boyd||CIN||vs. JAC|
|27||Chase Claypool||PIT||at GB|
|28||Marquise Brown||BAL||at DEN|
|29||Marvin Jones Jr.||JAC||at CIN|
|30||Odell Beckham Jr.||CLE||at MIN|
|31||Michael Pittman Jr.||IND||at MIA|
|32||JuJu Smith-Schuster||PIT||at GB|
|33||DeVonta Smith||PHI||vs. KC|
|34||Cole Beasley||BUF||vs. HOU|
|35||Corey Davis||NYJ||vs. TEN|
|36||Antonio Brown*||TB||at NE|
|37||Jakobi Meyers||NE||vs. TB|
|38||D.J. Chark Jr.||JAC||at CIN|
|39||Tee Higgins*||CIN||vs. JAC|
|40||Robby Anderson||CAR||at DAL|
|41||Jaylen Waddle||MIA||vs. IND|
|42||Tim Patrick||DEN||vs. BAL|
|43||Kenny Golladay||NYG||at NO|
|44||Brandon Aiyuk||SF||vs. SEA|
|45||Christian Kirk||ARI||at LAR|
|46||Emmanuel Sanders||BUF||vs. HOU|
|47||Bryan Edwards||LV||at LAC|
|48||Marquez Callaway||NO||vs. NYG|
|49||Henry Ruggs III||LV||at LAC|
|50||Rondale Moore||ARI||at LAR|
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