Todd Gurley is poised to keep the momentum going against Arizona’s 29th ranked run D (AP Photo / Billy Hurst)

The Week 4 rankings are here. If you have to decide between two players at a certain position, take the one that’s ranked higher — obvious, but worth mentioning. If your player doesn’t appear on this list, then he’s probably not reliable enough to start with confidence, at which point you’re simply rolling the dice. So try to stick to the players listed below. (Note, these rankings are based on PPR leagues)

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1. CAR Cam Newton
2. DET Matthew Stafford
3. WAS Kirk Cousins
4. IND Andrew Luck
5. SD Philip Rivers
6. JAC Blake Bortles
7. NO Drew Brees
8. PIT Ben Roethlisberger
9. MIA Ryan Tannehill
10. DAL Dak Prescott
11. ATL Matt Ryan
12. ARI Carson Palmer
13. BAL Joe Flacco
14. DEN Trevor Siemian
15. NYG Eli Manning


1. ARI David Johnson
2. DAL Ezekiel Elliott
3. SD Melvin Gordon
4. PIT LeVeon Bell
5. KC Spencer Ware
6. TB Charles Sims
7. SF Carlos Hyde
8. LA Todd Gurley
9. HOU Lamar Miller
10. CHI Jordan Howard
11. ATL Devonta Freeman
12. NE LeGarrette Blount
13. NO Mark Ingram
14. TEN DeMarco Murray
15. CLE Isaiah Crowell
16. CIN Jeremy Hill
17. NYJ Matt Forte
18. BUF LeSean McCoy
19. ATL Tevin Coleman
20. DEN C.J. Anderson
21. WAS Matt Jones
22. MIN Jerick McKinnon
23. SEA Christine Michael
24. DET Theo Riddick
25. OAK Latavius Murray


1. PIT Antonio Brown
2. NYG Odell Beckham Jr.
3. CIN A.J. Green
4. DET Marvin Jones Jr.
5. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
6. ARI Larry Fitzgerald
7. MIA Jarvis Landry
8. ATL Julio Jones
9. CHI Alshon Jeffery
10. IND T.Y. Hilton
11. MIN Stefon Diggs
12. JAC Allen Robinson
13. NO Brandin Cooks
14. WAS DeSean Jackson
15. CLE Terrelle Pryor Sr.
16. DEN Emmanuel Sanders
17. OAK Amari Cooper
18. TB Mike Evans
19. SD Travis Benjamin
20. CAR Kelvin Benjamin
21. OAK Michael Crabtree
22. DEN Demaryius Thomas
23. NYJ Brandon Marshall
24. KC Jeremy Maclin
25. NE Julian Edelman
26. DAL Dez Bryant (check status)
27. HOU Will Fuller
28. JAC Allen Hurns
29. DAL Cole Beasley
30. NYJ Eric Decker
31. NYG Sterling Shepard
32. MIA Kenny Stills
33. WAS Jamison Crowder
34. DAL Cole Beasley
35. SD Tyrell Williams


1. WAS Jordan Reed
2. CAR Greg Olsen
3. BAL Dennis Pitta
4. MIN Kyle Rudolph
5. KC Travis Kelce
6. DET Eric Ebron
7. CLE Gary Barnidge
8. CHI Zach Miller
9. SD Hunter Henry
10. JAC Julius Thomas
11. NO Coby Fleener
12. DAL Jason Witten
13. IND Jack Doyle
14. ATL Jacob Tamme
15. SEA Jimmy Graham

1. Minnesota
2. Arizona
3. Denver
4. New England
5. Cincinnati
6. Washington
7. Seattle
8. Houston
9. NY Jets
10. Detroit

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