Fantasy Football Week 4: Struggling Players Ready to Break out

September 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are several high-profile fantasy football players that have struggled through the first three weeks of the season. Players like C.J. Spiller and Chris Johnson have virtually been non-factors, resulting in major headaches for their fantasy owners. 
But despite a slow start out of the gate, some of these players are due for breakout performances in Week 4, and shouldn't be dropped or traded just yet. 
These are four players that should remain in your starting fantasy lineup in Week 4. 
Note: All stats retrieved from ESPN.com.
Maurice Jones-Drew, Running Back
Maurice Jones-Drew had a slow start in the first two weeks of the season with ankle and foot problems holding him back. In those first two weeks he carried the ball a combined 25 times for just 72 yards and zero touchdowns. 
Jones-Drew's performance in Week 3 against Seattle was slightly better with 19 carries, 43 yards and his first touchdown of the season, but...

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