Best NFL DFS Week 4 Plays

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Are you looking to win your NFL DFS Week 4 contests? We’ve identified the best NFL DFS Week 4 plays at multiple price points on DraftKings and FanDuel to help you outscore the competition.

We hit lots of targets again in Week 3. We recommended Kirk Cousins (#4 QB) and Justin Jefferson (#4 WR). We also had Tua Tagovailoa (#3 QB), Tyreek Hill (#3 WR), and Kenneth Walker Jr. (#3 RB). We also hit it out of the park with one of our bargain bin plays, as Adam Thielen was the #2 WR. It wasn’t all good, as we missed TE and DST, but there were enough big scores that you should have cashed.

Here are our best NFL DFS Week 4 plays:

Best Stacks for NFL DFS Week 4

Here are the two best stacks for NFL DFS Week 4 (studs vs. value):

  • Justin Herbert ($7.8K DK / $8.6K FD) and Keenan Allen ($7.9K DK / $9.5K FD)

Herbert has improved in each game this season. In Week 3, he went 40/47 for 405 yards and 3 TDs (32.3 FPs on DK and 29.3 FPs on FD). Allen hauled in an insane 18 of 20 targets for 215 yards (48.46 FPs on DK and 36.46 FPs on FD). Somehow he failed to score a touchdown in Week 3.

The Chargers take on the Raiders this week. Las Vegas are allowing 220.3 PYPG (15th) and 2.3 passing TDs per game (T27). Mike Williams is out for the season, so Allen will remain a target monster.

  • Russell Wilson ($5.8K DK / $7.5K FD) and Courtland Sutton ($5.3K DK / $7.1K FD)

I expect Wilson to have his best game of the season in Week 4 against the Bears. The Bears are allowing 285.7 PYPG (30th) and 2.3 passing TDs per game (T27). Wilson is averaging 21.4 FPPG (DK) and 19.11 FPPG (FD) this season. He has thrown for 300+ passing yards in the Bronco’s last two games.

Choosing who to stack with Wilson is a tough decision. I’m going with Sutton who had eight receptions for 91 yards and 1 TD in Week 3. Jerry Jeudy ($6.6K on FD) offers better value at FanDuel. Marvin Mims Jr. is also getting more targets, but his fantasy score was saved by a kick-off returned for a TD last week.

Best Studs for NFL DFS Week 4

Here are the best studs for NFL DFS Week 4 at QB, RB, WR, TE and DST:

  • QB Josh Allen ($8.2K on DK / $9K on FD)

Allen is averaging 19.7 FPPG (DK) and 19.34 FPPG (FD) this season. This week, the Bills host Miami in what could end up being a shootout. Miami are allowing 231.0 PYPG (20th). Turnovers have been a big concern, as he has as many turnovers (5) as he does passing touchdowns (5) this season.

Potential Stack: Stefon Diggs ($8.1K on DK / $8.7K on FD)

  • RB Raheem Mostert ($6.5K on DK / $7.9K on FD)

Mostert is having a huge season. He’s averaging 29.0 FPPG (DK) and 26.3 FPPG (FD). In Week 3, he rushed for 82 yards and 3 TDs on just 13 carries, plus he hauled in seven receptions for 60 yards and 1 TD. The Bills allow 110.7 RYPG (14th) and 5.9 yards per carry (32nd) this season.

Christian McCaffrey is also a stud and should easily exceed 20+ FPs, but he’s very expensive.

  • WR: Davante Adams ($8K on DK / $8.1K on FD)

Adams is offering great value on FD. Adams caught 13 passes in Week 3 for 172 yards and 2 TDs (45.2 FPs on DK and 35.7 FPs on FD). The Chargers are allowing 337.0 PYPG (32nd) and 2.3 passing TDs per game (T27). Adams had 20 targets last week. With that type of volume, Adams is a lock to produce.

  • TE: George Kittle ($5.1K on DK / $6.3K on FD)

The 49ers wanted to get Kittle more involved last week and they did. Kittle hauled in seven of nine targets for 90 yards (16 FPs on DK and 12.5 FPs on FD) in Week 3. He still hasn’t scored a TD, so there’s an upside if he can find the end zone. Arizona allows 233.0 PYPG (21st) and 62.33 PYPG against TEs.

  • DST: Philadelphia Eagles ($4.1K on DK and $5K on FD)

The Eagles DST has been consistent this season. The Eagles DST has scored 13.0 FPs (Week 1), 9.0 FPs (Week 2), and 12.0 FPs (Week 3). Washington’s offense has averaged 182.3 PYPG (25th), 106.3 RYPG (15th), 19.3 PPG (T19), and 2.7 turnovers per game (31st). This a great spot for the Eagles DST.

Best Value Plays for NFL DFS Week 4

Here are the best value plays for NFL DFS Week 4 at QB, RB, WR, TE and DST:

  • QB Andy Dalton ($5.1K on DK / $6.8K on FD)

We’ll have to wait to see if Bryce Young can play, but if not, Dalton is the best value QB on the slate and it isn’t even close. Dalton went 34/58 for 361 yards and 2 TDs (26.54 FPs on DK and 23.54 FPs on FD) in Week 3. The Vikings are allowing 261.7 PYPG (25th) and 2.3 passing TDs per game (T27).

Potential Stack: Adam Thielen ($4.5K on DK / $6.8K on FD)

  • RB: D’Andre Swift ($5.7K on DK / $7.8K on FD)

Swift is the RB17 on DK this week, but the RB7 on FD. He’s offering insane value on DK. Swift has been a stud the last two weeks. He rushed for 175 yards in Week 2 and 130 yards in Week 3. Washington is allowing 128.7 RYPG (22nd) and 1.0 rushing touchdowns per game (T19) this season.

  • WR: Tutu Atwell ($5.5K on DK / $6.3K on FD)

Atwell is averaging 17.8 FPPG (DK) and 13.93 FPPG (FD) this season. He has had eight or more targets in each game. He scored a receiving TD last week and almost had a rushing TD. Atwell is a playmaker that the Rams will want to continue getting more involved. The Colts allow 250.7 PYPG (23rd).

  • TE: Pat Freiermuth ($3.4K on DK / $5.5K on FD)

Freiermuth hauled in three of four targets for 41 yards and 1 TD (13.1 FPs on DK and 11.6 FPs on FD) in Week 3. He has now caught two touchdown passes in the Steeler’s first three games. The Texans have allowed 17 receptions for 162 yards and 1 TD against TEs so far this season.

  • DST: Indianapolis Colts ($2.9K on DK / $4.4K on FD)

The Colts are very cheap on DK despite a positive matchup against the Rams. Matthew Stafford is airing the football out, but he has also tossed two interceptions in each of his last two games. The Colts DST has been consistent, scoring 11.0 FPs (Week 1), 9.0 FPs (Week 2), and 9.0 FPs (Week 3).

Best Bargain Bin Sleepers for NFL DFS Week 4

Here are my top two bargain bin sleepers for NFL DFS Week 4 (one RB and one WR):

  • RB: Jaylen Warren ($5K on DK / $6.1K on FD)

The Steelers are utilizing an RBBC with Najee Harris and Warren. Warren has seen his workload increase in each game and he’s active in the passing game. Warren is averaging 9.2 FPPG (DK) and 7.2 FPPG (FD) despite not scoring a touchdown yet. The Texans are allowing 117.3 RYPG (17th).

  • WR: Curtis Samuel ($3.5K on DK / $5.6K on FD)

Samuel has scored 8.2 FPPG (DK) and 6.5 FPPG (FD). He hasn’t been getting much volume yet, as he has had five, three, and four targets. His role could expand this week, as the Commanders take on the Eagles. Philly allowed 261.7 PYPG (25th) and will likely be leading the game, forcing Washington to throw.