Fantasy Football Week 4 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em

- Jacksonville vs. Atlanta among the games to avoid

- Potential shootout in Buffalo

- Are the Broncos and Bears really that bad?

Sep 24, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA;  Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) hands off
Sep 24, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) hands off / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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Kenneth Walker
Sep 24, 2023; Seattle, Washington, USA; Carolina Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson (26) tackles / Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Running Backs

Start: Kenneth Walker, Seattle Seahawks (at N.Y. Giants): Pete Carroll likes to ride the hot hand at running back and that's what you should do too. After a big game against the Carolina Panthers, Walker, who has four touchdowns in the last two games, should be an easy start this week.

Start: Zack Moss, Indianapolis Colts (vs. L.A. Rams): Speaking of riding the hot hand, here's another one. Moss carried the ball 30 times for the Colts last week and without a trusted option behind him (the Colts released Deon Jackson last week), there is no sign of that changing.

Joe Mixon was able to find some running room on some plays against the Rams on Monday night and if Moss gets another 20, 25 or 30 carries in this game, he should crack the 100-yard barrier and perhaps find the end zone.

Sit: Najee Harris, Pittsburgh Steelers (at Houston): Harris is off to a miserable start this season and that is going to take some fixing. Bench him until further notice.

Sit: Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals (at Tennessee): The Bengals offense is still not completely clicking and the running game is a weak spot. The Titans are No. 4 against the run through three games.

Sleeper Alert: De'Von Achane, Miami Dolphins (at Buffalo): When a guy rushes for over 200 yards and four touchdowns, he has to be in this spot. I don't know how you sit him this week, but at the same time, it's easy to see him doing what he did in Weeks 1 and 2 here against the Bills.

Bust Alert: Travis Etienne, Jacksonville Jaguars (vs. Atlanta in London): On paper, this looks like a good matchup against the Falcons. But Etienne only has 205 yards rushing in three games and everyone in Jacksonville should have lowered expectations until this offense starts to turn it around.