Detroit Lions Week 4 fantasy football review: A points bonanza

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Wide Receivers

With Amon-Ra St. Brown and DJ Chark both out with ankle injuries, Josh Reynolds became the Lions’ No. 1 wide receiver against Seattle as he trended toward being a Week 4 fantasy sleeper.

Reynolds delivered, with seven catches for 81 yards and a touchdown. That was good for the WR11 finish in 0.5-point PPR, WR10 in standard scoring and WR9 in full PPR.

Over the last three weeks (Week 2-4, with a touchdown in two of the three games and 96 yards in the game between them, Reynolds is a top-20 fantasy wide receiver. St. Brown and Chark played the first two of those games, so the Week 4 role change just allowed for him to keep a good run going.

In 0.5-point PPR scoring, here’s how the others Lions’ wide receivers finished in Week 4.

Tom Kennedy (three catches for 54 yards)-WR46
Kalif Raymond (three catches for 38 yards, one carry for three yards, a lost fumble)-WR69
Quintez Cephus (two catches for 15 yards,left injured)-WR80