Things can tend to get a bit tedious at this point. All the big names are gone, and you may not have heard of some of the guys that are at the top of the board. That needs to change if you want to have success. There is a significant drop off at this point, so it is vital to keep up with the players who go in this range. You may need to follow training camp position battles and do some reading. It will all be worth it when you hoist the trophy in December. Here is the fourth round preview.
31st– Zach Ertz– You know how I feel about tight ends. The elite ones truly do give you an advantage over the other owners in your league. Ertz has proven himself to be an elite option, and nothing has happened to change that. Select Ertz with confidence.
32nd– Alshon Jeffery– I have been skeptical of Jeffery in the past, but I’m ready to go all in on him. He’s in a really good offense and stayed healthy last season. Jeffrey should have a very nice season as the top receiver in a good offense.
33rd– Sony Michel- Michel is going to be my fantasy ride or die. Bill Belicheck would not have moved up into the first round to select a player he doesn’t intend to use. Michel is worth the investment here.
34th– Golden Tate– Tate gets a huge boost in this format. He gets a tone of targets and turns them into catches at a high rate. Tate is about as safe as it gets.
35th– Jarvis Landry– This is another guy who gets a huge boost in PPR. Landry is one of the best possession receivers in the league and the Browns will be playing from behind a lot this season.
37th– Tyreek Hill– Hill gets a big downgrade in PPR, but he still has a lot of potential. I have no problem with betting on the upside at this price.
38th– Kenyan Drake– Drake is a bit underrated. He should get almost all of the touches in Miami and he has the ability to be a good receiver out of the backfield.
39th– Stefon Diggs– This doesn’t feel great. Diggs is clearly the second option in Minnesota. However, the talent is there, and things are starting to thin out at this point.
40th– Allen Robinson– Robinson is plenty good, but he is coming off a significant knee injury. I don’t have a problem with taking a chance here, but know that there is some risk involved.