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Published: Sept. 28, 2011 at 05:32 p.m.
Updated: Sept. 28, 2011 at 05:46 p.m.

Week 4 Stock Watch

The Fantasy Stock Watch takes a look at the biggest trends based on the transactions of users on fantasy.

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  • Most added: Torrey Smith 10

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    Most added: Torrey Smith

    No surprise that Smith would be the most-sought after receiver after exploding for three touchdowns against St. Louis in Week 3. Smith is playing the Jets this week, and only seven teams have given up less fantasy points to receivers than the Jets. If Smith gets trapped on Revis Island, he could have a hard time reproducing those stat numbers.

  • Most dropped: Kenny Britt 9

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    Most dropped: Kenny Britt

    And again, no surprise that Britt was dropped by nearly everybody after he suffered a season-ending knee injury.

  • Most added: Daniel Thomas 8

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    Most added: Daniel Thomas

    The Dolphins have moved on from the Reggie Bush era, and fantasy enthusiasts have responded by making Thomas the most added running back of the week. Thomas has a tough matchup against the Chargers this week.

  • Most dropped: Reggie Bush 7

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    Most dropped: Reggie Bush

    Bush has been the most released fantasy running back on, kind of a surprise because he still has some value left. If you did hang on to Bush, keep him buried deep on your bench until the Dolphins start using him as a receiver. Which, honestly, might not happen. Having Steve Slaton awarded to the team is not a good sign.

  • Most added: Ryan Fitzpatrick 6

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    Most added: Ryan Fitzpatrick

    Fitzpatrick was the most added quarterback on, which was a complete surprise because...why was he not on your team previously? Second behind Fitzpatrick was Matt Hasselbeck. But if you were one of those lucky guys who got Fitzpatrick this week, he is a great start against Cincinnati on Sunday.

  • Most dropped: Sam Bradford 5

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    Most dropped: Sam Bradford

    The luster is off the once shining Bradford, who many figured would flourish in Josh McDaniels' system. But it has been a struggle, partly because of the schedule. Here is a hint to many of you, if Bradford is available in your league and you have room, add him. His schedule in November is very favorable and he will have some great matchups in the stretch run.

  • Most added: Scott Chandler 4

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    Most added: Scott Chandler

    Chandler scored another touchdown this week and fantasy enthusiasts made him the most added tight end. Remember that the Bills have a number of receiving threats, so Chandler is going to do most of his damage in the red zone, but his yardage totals will not be similar to those of Rob Gronkowski and others.

  • Most dropped: Fred Davis 3

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    Most dropped: Fred Davis

    Davis was dropped the most of any tight end in leagues, thanks to only one catch on Monday night at Dallas. That coupled with Chris Cooley's return made Davis expendable in most fantasy users minds.

  • Most added: Nate Washington 2

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    Most added: Nate Washington

    Washington was the second-most added receiver, as he figures to be the top target in Tennessee. The biggest question facing Washington will be if he can respond to bracket coverage.

  • Most dropped: Chad Ochocinco 1

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    Most dropped: Chad Ochocinco

    Ochocinco was the second-most dropped receiver in leagues, and well, I will let you write your own joke here.

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