Jim Prisching/Associated Press
Winner: Aaron Rodgers
Is there any doubt that Rodgers is not only the best quarterback in the NFL, but the best fantasy option, too? Rodgers has scored the most points of any fantasy quarterback this season, thanks to 45.92 points against the Broncos in Week 4.
Mitch Stringer/US Presswire
Loser: Mark Sanchez
Sanchez was harassed by the Ravens from his first snap and it never let up, as he scored negative points. But the good news is that NFL.com's Jason Smith was the only person who thought that Sanchez was going to have a good fantasy day.
Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press
Winner: Beanie Wells
While Matt Forte and Arian Foster had monster stat lines, Wells was in a class by himself with 138 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Cardinals. Wells has battled injuries but had a true breakout game against the Giants. Wells has a tough matchup against the Vikings this week, but should still be in your starting lineup.
Greg Trott/Associated Press
Loser: Shonn Greene
One of the founding members of the Richard Grieco All-Stars (players with promise, but eventually flame out), and nothing has changed after a lackluster performance against the Ravens on Sunday night. Even though Greene has never matched his potential, fantasy owners are advised to keep him on the bench, and resist the temptation to put him on waivers.
Paul Connors/Associated Press
Winner: Hakeem Nicks
Nicks had a monster game against the Cardinals with 162 yards and a touchdown -- and all of it seemed to happen in the final minutes of the game. Nicks is one of those guys who must be in your lineup, even if his name is on the injury list each week.
Patrick Semansky/Associated Press
Loser: Torrey Smith
Smith was the hottest name on the fantasy waiver wire after he torched St. Louis the previous week, but the rookie was a virtual no-show on fantasy stat sheets against the Jets. Smith saw attention from Darrelle Revis early, and the Ravens took their shots, but Smith could not get it going. However, do not be discouraged, a number of good receivers struggle against the Jets' pass defense.
Stephen Morton/Associated Press
Winner: Jimmy Graham
If you were told that a former NCAA basketball player was going to be one of the top two tight ends in fantasy football, would Graham have been your first guess? He ranks second among tight ends in fantasy points, and he was the top scorer at the position in Week 4 after posting 132 yards and a touchdown.
Chris Schneider/Associated Press
Loser: Scott Chandler
The Bills were flying high after huge wins over the Raiders and the Patriots, but ran into a tough Bengals defense in Week 4. Ryan Fitzpatrick struggled, and that trickled down to Chandler, who had just 8 receiving yards, showing that he is a true feast-or-famine option.
Charlie Riedel/Associated Press
Winner: Ryan Succop
The Chiefs got their first win of the season, thanks in part to Succop. He had five field goals, including two boots from 50-plus yards that meant bonus points in some leagues, and an extra point.
Jeff Curry/US Presswire
Loser: Josh Brown
The St. Louis offense has yet to get on track, and those tough matchups have been harsh on Brown. He was one of the highest-ranked kickers going into the year, but had just an extra point and a field goal Sunday.
Gail Burton/Associated Press
Winner: Ravens D
The Ravens' best offense on Sunday was their defense, which scored three touchdowns, forced four turnovers and allowed just 17 points to the Jets.
Dave Einsel/Associated Press
Loser: Steelers D
So much for the Steelers being a dominant fantasy defense. The unit was beaten up by the Texans and scored only one point in NFL.com basic scoring leagues.
More Photo Essays:
- 16 for '16: College football's most freakish athletes
- Mind-blowing stats for the Top 100 Players of 2016: 70-61
- 16 for '16: Offensive players who will be NFL stars
- All-X-Men Team
- 16 for '16: Defenders who will be NFL stars
- Top 30 undrafted players in NFL history
- 16 for '16: Impact transfers
- Mind-blowing stats for the Top 100 Players of 2016: 71-80
- Eleven NBA-NFL player comparisons