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NFL Week 4 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, September 29 8:25 PM ET Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, October 2 9:30 AM ET Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Buffalo Bills @ New England Patriots
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Seattle Seahawks @ New York Jets
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Oakland Raiders @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, October 2 1:00 PM ET Cleveland Browns @ Washington Redskins
Sunday, October 2 4:05 PM ET Denver Broncos @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday, October 2 4:25 PM ET Los Angeles Rams @ Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, October 2 4:25 PM ET New Orleans Saints @ San Diego Chargers
Sunday, October 2 4:25 PM ET Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers
Sunday, October 2 8:30 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Monday, October 3 8:30 PM ET New York Giants @ Minnesota Vikings

Week 4 Fantasy Analysis

We're in the heart of the fantasy football and DFS season, and with the first string of bye weeks upon us, it's important to adjust. The Bears have cheap options across all sites and formats this week, and while they're currently led by Brian Hoyer, it seems a nice pocket of value has opened up. They face a Lions team that allowed four passing touchdowns to the Packers and Aaron Rodgers in Week Three, and should be considered a below average defense moving forward. The Patriots head into their final week without Tom Bray undefeated and facing an extremely inconsistent Bills team. While they're not totally sure who will be starting, it's fair to believe LaGarrette Blount and the Patriots offense will once again run the ball with success. While the Colts and Chargers ended up being kind of a dud in Week Three from a fantasy perspective, the Chargers matchup with the Saints would seem to be another optimal matchup for offensive production. While Drew Brees and the Saints have been below average away from home, this is still a matchup that should go back and forth. While the Rams are 2-1 on the season, they head into Arizona as reasonable underdogs, and for good reason. Despite the winning record, the Rams have won in ugly fashion, and should have a tough time keeping up with the Cardinals offensive production, especially as the afternoon progresses.