Let’s break down 10 wide receiver sleepers to target for fantasy football Week 4.
Week 4 of the NFL season is officially underway. Through three weeks, there have been plenty of surprises in fantasy football leagues. Currently, Greg Dortch and Mack Hollins are top 20 fantasy wide receivers, while DK Metcalf and Adam Thielen have failed to crack the top 40.
Let’s take a look at 10 wide receivers for fantasy football Week 4. Every player on this list is available in more than 45 percent of ESPN leagues, and they are ranked No. 10-1.
10. Fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 4: Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cleveland Browns
Peoples-Jones landed on the fantasy radar after Week 1, when he had six receptions for 60 yards on 11 targets. Unfortunately, he posted only one reception in the following two games.
Peoples-Jones is still an active piece of the Browns’ offense. Last week, he logged 63 offensive snaps against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He could bounce back this week in a favorable matchup. The Browns will face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The Falcons have given up the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers this season.
This week, Peoples-Jones is a high upside boom-or-bust option.
9. Fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 4: Devin Duvernay, Baltimore Ravens
This marks Duvernay’s fourth straight week on this list.
From a fantasy perspective, he is an interesting player to evaluate. This season, he has been targeted only eight times, yet he has scored double-digit fantasy points in every single outing.
Duvernay is a talented player. He has scored three touchdowns in three games, and his game-breaking speed makes him a big play threat whenever the ball is in his hands.
This season, Duvernay has scored the 21st-most fantasy points among wide receivers. Despite the volume concerns, he has a solid chance to get into the end zone again this Sunday in a potential shootout game against the Buffalo Bills.