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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 4 Wide Receiver Rankings

It only took a few weeks, but just about every top wide receiver went off last week. Ja’Marr Chase finally had a huge game, Davante Adams reeled in every pass, Tyreek Hill and Justin Jefferson did what they normally do and Keenan Allen is making a case for a top-three wide receiver. As we go into these Week 4 wide receiver rankings, I’m sure these guys will be leading the pack.

Also to note, it wasn’t the top guys that went off. But, the middle-tier and underdog wide receivers also had a huge week. Chris Olave went over 100 yards again but has yet to score a touchdown. Tank Dell is showing that Puka Nacua isn’t the only rookie who can play.

As far as bad news goes, Mike Williams did tear his ACL and will miss the rest of the season. So, if you have Williams on your team, then these rankings will be life-saving in determining who to pick up this week.

Wide Receiver Notes

  • Speaking of the Williams injury, Allen is up to my WR3 for Week 4. Allen has been playing off the charts this year and has a great matchup against Las Vegas. He will be Justin Herbert’s main target and Allen might even throw a touchdown while he is at it. It is no surprise that Allen is going to be a WR1 all year, but he will finish in the top 3 if he keeps up this production.
  • Chase makes it back into the top five for my rankings this week as he is my WR5. The wait was long-awaited, but Chase is back. He didn’t score a touchdown last week, but still put up 141 yards on 12 catches. Joe Burrow still looked like his calf injury was bothering him. But, even after being injured, Chase still showed up. Last week is what the Bengals needed to get back on track. Expect Chase to average close to 20 fantasy points per game for the rest of the season.
  • I spoke of Dell earlier and he jumped up to my WR30 this week. The Texans have the Steelers this week, whose defense is giving up 37.9 fantasy points a game to wide receivers. That is the fifth most. Though Nico Collins is technically the WR1 on the team, Dell is the one C.J. Stroud is looking at. In the last two weeks, Dell has 17 targets compared to Collins’ 12. Dell has a great matchup this week and he is made for big plays. Start him confidently as a flex or WR2.
  • Lastly, let’s talk about Calvin Ridley. Ridley started the year hot and was looking like an easy WR1 for the rest of the season. But, since then Christian Kirk has come alive, and even Evan Engram. I have Ridley as my WR20 this week against the Falcons. The Falcons defense is the seventh toughest defense against wide receivers this year. They have lockdown corners in A.J. Terrell and Tre Flowers along with Jessie Bates III. I have Ridley as a low-end WR2 this week.

More Week 4 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End 

Week 4 Wide Receiver Rankings

These wide receivers’ rankings are based on half-PPR scoring.

1Tyreek HillMIAat BUF
2Justin JeffersonMINat CAR
3Keenan AllenLACvs. LV
4Davante AdamsLVat LAC
5Ja'Marr ChaseCINat TEN
6Stefon DiggsBUFvs. MIA
7A.J. BrownPHIvs. WAS
8CeeDee LambDALvs. NE
9Amon-Ra St. BrownDETat GB
10Chris OlaveNOvs. TB
11Deebo SamuelSFvs. ARI
12DeVonta SmithPHIvs. WAS
13DK MetcalfSEAat NYG
14Amari CooperCLEvs. BAL
15Puka NacuaLARat IND
16Michael Pittman Jr.INDvs. LAR
17Tee HigginsCINat TEN
18Tyler LockettSEAat NYG
19Mike EvansTBat NO
20Calvin RidleyJACvs. ATL
21George PickensPITat HOU
22Zay FlowersBALat CLE
23Chris GodwinTBat NO
24Christian KirkJACvs. ATL
25Nico CollinsHOUvs. PIT
26Jaylen WaddleMIAat BUF
27Brandon AiyukSFvs. ARI
28Garrett WilsonNYJvs. KC
29Jakobi MeyersLVat LAC
30Tank DellHOUvs. PIT
31Jordan AddisonMINat CAR
32Terry McLaurinWASat PHI
33Jerry JeudyDENat CHI
34Adam ThielenCARvs. MIN
35Courtland SuttonDENat CHI
36Tutu AtwellLARat IND
37Michael ThomasNOvs. TB
38Gabe DavisBUFvs. MIA
39DJ MooreCHIvs. DEN
40Elijah MooreCLEvs. BAL
41DeAndre HopkinsTENvs. CIN
42Romeo DoubsGBvs. DET
43Marquise BrownARIat SF
44Drake LondonATLat JAC
45Joshua PalmerLACvs. LV
46Christian WatsonGBvs. DET
47Josh ReynoldsDETat GB
48Jayden ReedGBvs. DET
49Jahan DotsonWASat PHI
50Quentin JohnstonLACvs. LV
51Rashid ShaheedNOvs. TB
52Josh DownsINDvs. LAR
53Kendrick BourneNEat DAL
54Robert WoodsHOUvs. PIT
55Jaxon Smith-NjigbaSEAat NYG
56Skyy MooreKCat NYJ
57DJ Chark Jr.CARvs. MIN
58K.J. OsbornMINat CAR
59Treylon BurksTENvs. CIN
60Allen Robinson IIPITat HOU

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