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Fantasy football rankings: Flex top 150 for Week 4

By Jeff Ratcliffe
Sep 26, 2018

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Sep 9, 2018; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (26) celebrates his touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium. The touchdown was the first of his NFL career. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

It’s Wednesday and that means it’s time to break out the flex fantasy football rankings for Week 4 of the NFL season. Remember that rankings change throughout the week, so be sure to check our staff rankings for updates.

1. Alvin Kamara, NO @ NYG (RB1) — Kamara has seen a massive 29 percent of the Saints targets this season. Yep, he’s a stud.

2. Todd Gurley, LAR vs MIN (RB2) — This is a tough matchup, but it doesn’t matter for Gurley.

3. Ezekiel Elliott, DAL vs DET (RB3) — No player has seen a larger share of his team’s touches so far this season.

4. Melvin Gordon, LAC vs SF (RB4) — Gordon continues to see a heavy workload and should see a favorable gamescript in this contest.

5. Saquon Barkley, NYG vs NO (RB5) — The rookie has been as advertised so far this season.

6. Michael Thomas, NO @ NYG (WR1) — Thomas has seen 40 targets this season and caught 38 of them. Unbelievable.

7. Antonio Brown, PIT vs BAL (WR2) — Okay, so he hasn’t gotten off to an elite start, but Brown is still an elite fantasy option.

8. Odell Beckham Jr., NYG vs NO (WR3) — Beckham is currently fifth among wide receivers in targets and sets up for a big day this week.

9. James Conner, PIT vs BAL (RB6) — He isn’t Le’Veon Bell, but Conner is seeing Bell’s workload.

10. Julio Jones, ATL vs CIN (WR4) — Jones was overshadowed by Calvin Ridley last week, but he’s still a top fantasy option at the position.

11. Tyreek Hill, KC @ DEN (WR5) — Don’t sweat last week’s stat line. Hill bounces back this week.

12. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU @ IND (WR6) — The Colts secondary is better than we thought, but Hopkins still offers solid WR1 value this week based on his heavy volume.

13. Giovani Bernard, CIN @ ATL (RB7) — With Joe Mixon out, expect a ton of Bernard in the favorable matchup against a banged-up Falcons defense.

14. Jordan Howard, CHI vs TB (RB8) — Howard hasn’t been the most efficient back so far, but he’s averaging 21 touches per game.

15. Rob Gronkowski, NE vs MIA (TE1) — You can’t keep a good Gronk down for long.

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