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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DJ Moore, Chicago Bears
Sep 17, 2023; Tampa, Florida, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver DJ Moore (2) runs along the sideline / Kim Klement Neitzel-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers

Start: DJ Moore, Chicago Bears (vs. Denver): Moore has been rough to use this year, much like Fields, but Denver can't stop anybody. Like, literally anybody. And somehow, they have the player who is considered by some to be the best cornerback in the league, Patrick Surtain, and he is often not on the opposition's No. 1 WR.

Like Fields, if Moore can't make some plays this week, he might be a lost cause this season.

Start: Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos (at Chicago): Both of these teams are really bad, but this game could feature a lot of fantasy points. Sutton actually played well for the Broncos in Week 3 and his statline would look even better if not for two lost fumbles. He appears to be the go-to guy for Wilson thus far this season and against Chicago, who is No. 30 against the pass, he should have his chances.

Sit: Kendrick Bourne, New England Patriots (at Dallas): Even without Trevon Diggs, this Cowboys defense is solid and can shut the passing game of an average offense down almost completely. The Patriots would fit the bill there.

Sit: Zay Jones and Christian Kirk, Jacksonville Jaguars (vs. Atlanta in London): Are we sensing a theme here? You can't really sit Calvin Ridley because he is the No. 1 guy in the passing game, but Jones and Kirk should be on benches this week. Atlanta is No. 4 against the pass and faces a Jaguars offense that is reeling.

Sleeper Alert: Isaiah Hodgins, New York Giants (vs. Seattle): This is more like very deep sleeper range, but there are some things to consider here and could make a case for a guy who was targeted just one time in the Giants' last game.

The Giants will have had 10 days of rest before this game and they are at home, against Seattle, the league's worst pass defense through three games. The Giants like to distribute the ball around and other than Darren Waller, there is no real focal point in this offense. But if you are looking for a deep league option that could come up roses, take a shot on Hodgins here.

Bust Alert: Puka Nacua, Los Angeles Rams (at Indianapolis): After two dominant games, the rookie Nacua finally came down to Earth on Monday night, catching just five passes against the Bengals. Will that become the norm, or can he get back to his torrid pace?