- Andy Dalton
The Cincinnati Bengals new Head Coach Zac Taylor has really brought out a new Andy Dalton in their offensive system. Even last week against a bad defense in a poor performance Dalton had 250 yards and a TD. It hasn’t translated to wins, but that doesn’t matter in fantasy football. Andy Dalton is a starting caliber option at QB this season for fantasy and nothing should change this week. Even with the Bengals Week 4 opponent Pittsburgh Steelers’ recent addition of Minkah Fitzpatrick, their defense hasn’t been too impressive yet this season.
- Daniel Jones
Danny Dimes is the GOAT! On a more serious (and realistic) note Daniel Jones gave you everything you want out of a first start for a rookie QB. The solid performance by Jones should carry into Week 4 against a Redskins D that allowed 30+ points in each of the first two weeks. The Redskins overall haven’t been good this year and with Saquon Barkley out, the Giants offense will need to rely on Jones to be a playmaker and against another poor D, Jones should be able to translate to a solid fantasy performance this week. Jones opens the playbook for Giant Head Coach Pat Shurmur in a way that allows more creativity than they had with Eli Manning at the helm.
- Case Keenum
At the time of this writing Monday Night Football hasn’t happened yet so if Dwayne Haskins is the starter in Washington after this game, replace Keenum with Haskins. No matter who it is the Giants defense is so bad this year. They allowed an underperforming Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense to put up 31 points against them. I fully expect a Redskins-Giants Week 4 match-up powered by offense and lacking defense and Keenum didn’t throw any interceptions in the first two weeks against superior Eagles and Cowboys defenses.