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Before we dip into the “So-Called Fantasy Experts” Week 4 Fantasy Football rankings, I thought we should look back at what happened in Week 3.

By looking at over/under lines before this past weekend, you’d see that Vegas didn’t expect any games to go over 50 combined points.

But instead, we saw eight games go over 50 points. EIGHT! Half of the games played last week totaled over 50 points! That is – in a word – insane! Hell, we even saw FOUR of those games go over 65 points!

Needless to say, things are crazy in the Fantasy Football world, and we’re here to help you sort it all out.

Remember that there are two teams on byes this week: New England and Tennessee. So you won’t get to use the likes of Tom Brady, Marcus Mariota, both Patriots running backs, Julian Edelman, and worst of all – no Gronk!

SCFE Staff Week 4 Fantasy Football Rankings

These Week 4 Fantasy Football rankings are produced through FantasyPros.com, so player cards are also provided for each player, in case you want to look up the latest news and stats on any particular player.

Finally, I’d also like to point you to their “My Playbook” application that allows users to load up rosters from all of their leagues, then it help you figure out who to start, who to sit, who to think about trading, which free agents you should think about picking up and which players you should consider dropping. It’s one of the best all-in-one Fantasy tools I’ve ever seen.

Don’t forget about the two teams on byes – Patriots and Titans!

Use the “So-Called Fantasy Experts” Staff Week 4 Fantasy Football rankings to help build your lineup!

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David Gonos

David Gonos has been writing about Fantasy Sports online since 2000 – and playing Fantasy Sports since 1989. He has drafted both Curt Warner and Kurt Warner, along with Big Unit and Big Papi. A veteran of hundreds of drafts in the past 15 years alone, Gonos is closely acquainted with sleepers, breakouts and busts – as he has drafted many of all three. He was a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBSSports.com for five years, and he has been columnist on SI.com and FanDuel.com, while also getting published on MLB.com, NFL.com, FoxSports.com and USAToday.com.
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