Josh Lambo connected on three field goals in Week 3 and gets a very favorable matchup Sunday at home against a Saints defense that's allowed 32.0 points per game so far, second-worst in the league.
Jamison Crowder already has 16 catches for 175 yards and two touchdowns this season, and likely won't slow down Sunday against a Browns team allowing 294.3 passing yards per game.
Joe Flacco will be at home to take on a Raiders’ defense that he had 384 passing yards and two touchdowns against when facing them in 2015.
Cole Beasley doesn't make many big plays, but rookie quarterback Dak Prescott should continue to look for him early and often Sunday against the 49ers after completing 20 passes for 213 yards to him through three weeks.
John Brown will look to follow last week's 70-yard performance with another strong effort Sunday against a Rams team that gave up 94 yards per game to him last season.
Pierre Garcon has been outplayed by both DeSean Jackson and Jamison Crowder among Redskins wide receivers, but could still put up big numbers Sunday against Cleveland's 25th-ranked pass defense.
Fozzy Whittaker will look for more than five carries as he’s just a week removed from his 100-yard performance against the 49ers for Sunday’s divisional matchup against the Falcons, who allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing running backs in 2015.
Vance McDonald (hip) is a solid play if he suits up Sunday against Dallas' 23rd-ranked pass defense.
Cameron Brate caught two touchdowns last week and may be key in unlocking Denver’s tough defense, as they allowed the 11th-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends last season.
Dan Carpenter kicked two field goals and three extra points last weekend, though will face a New England defense on Sunday that allows just 15 points per game.
Dwayne Washington is the best bet for Detroit in a limited rushing offense, and faces a Bears defense that ranks second-to-last against the run, allowing 142.7 yards per game
Orlean Darkwa could play a major role on Monday Night Football in Minnesota with Rashad Jennings (thumb) questionable and Shane Vereen (triceps) done for the year.
With Brandin Cooks blanketed all night, Michael Thomas showed how valuable the Saints’ third receiver can be, en route to his third consecutive game with 50 or more yards to open his pro career and will look to replicate that success Sunday against the Chargers.
Marqise Lee has managed to stay healthy and is averaging six targets, four catches and 47 yards through three games entering a Week 4 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts' 26th-ranked receiving defense.
Blaine Gabbert's ceiling is higher than usual Sunday against a Dallas defense that just got torched for 317 passing yards by Brian Hoyer, but his floor is low as always given his game-manager role for the 49ers.
Wil Lutz knocked through a 57-yarder against the Falcons, looking more comfortable with each successive week and will try to continue that trend Sunday against the Chargers.
Alfred Morris has vultured a couple of touchdowns, but Ezekiel Elliott is still the clear go-to running back in Dallas heading into Sunday's favorable matchup with the 49ers.
Jeremy Kerley caught seven passes for 61 yards in his last home game, and has a tempting matchup Sunday against a Dallas defense that's allowing 290.0 passing yards per game.
Adam Vinatieri scored just two points in Week 3, but we know by now that the placekicker production is fickle, so you should feel confident in using one of the NFL's all-time great kickers entering Week 4 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Brandon McManus missed an extra point in Cincinnati last week, but even on the road again in Week 4 he should still be productive against a Buccaneers defense allowing a league-worst 33.7 points per game so far.
Victor Cruz has put up at least 70 receiving yards or a touchdown in every game this season, but Minnesota's ninth-ranked defense won't make extending that streak easy Monday night.
Trevone Boykin threw a touchdown last week, and could be called into action Sunday against the Jets' 21st-ranked pass defense if Russell Wilson is unable to play through a sprained MCL.
Jack Doyle has been unable to repeat his season-opening, two-TD performance in Week 1, but is tied for second on the team in targets and is second in receptions entering a Week 4 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Garrett Celek could monopolize the receiving production at the tight end position Sunday against the Cowboys if Vance McDonald (hip) is unable to suit up.
As the Titans' leading target, Tajae Sharpe deserves a look any week, but Week 4 should make owners ponder using him as a starter as the Titans face the Houston Texans, who rank first in receiving defense.
Kevin White has seen his target and catch totals increase weekly, and faces a Lions defense in Week 4 that gave up four touchdown passes last week and a league-high 10 touchdown passes through three games.
Brock Osweiler is looking to rebound from his worst effort with the Texans this week when they host the Tennessee Titans, the NFL's 12-ranked defense.
Phillip Dorsett has just 57 receiving yards the last two weeks and hasn't yet scored a touchdown this season, but remains on the radar for Week 4 against the Jacksonville Jaguars because the Colts' No. 2 receiver Donte Moncrief (shoulder) will miss the next 4-to-6 games.
Matt Jones is likely to take a back seat to Washington's passing game Sunday against a Browns defense that ranks 18th against the run and 25th against the pass.
Jay Cutler would have an inviting matchup against a Lions defense that has allowed a league-high 10 touchdown passes should he be able to return to action after missing Week 3 due to a thumb injury.
Phil Dawson missed one of two tries last week, but will look to rebound in a home matchup with Dallas's 22nd-ranked defense Sunday.
Continuing his trend of only kicking short field goals, Matt Bryant extended his streak to 6-for-6 on field goals (all within 34 yards) this season, and he gets to kick in the friendly confines of the Georgia Dome on Sunday against the Panthers.
Nick Novak was shut out last week after averaging 12 points per game the first two weeks. Look for him to get back on the scoring train Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans.
Cameron Artis-Payne averaged 3.9 yards per carry against the Vikings and should find more room to run Sunday against the Falcons, who allowed the sixth-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs last season.
Jesse James will line up against the Chiefs this Sunday night to face a defense that’s yet to allow more than 20 receiving yards to an opposing tight end this season.
Cody Parkey will face Washington on Sunday after connecting on just three of six field goal attempts last week.
Marcedes Lewis has been a nuisance to top receiving tight end Julius Thomas, stealing targets and scoring a touchdown, but is the clear second option at the position entering a Week 4 meeting with the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 20th in yards allowed to tight ends.
Sammie Coates will be up against the Chiefs in Week 4 after posting at least 50 receiving yards in each games he’s played this year.
Ryan Griffin got some extra looks last week following an injury to Stephen Anderson, but the injury is not considered serious and Griffin could be back to seeing minor targets in the Texans' Week 4 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Hunter Henry caught five passes for 76 yards in his first NFL start in Week 3, and could get another Sunday against the Saints if Antonio Gates' hamstring sidelines him once again.
Josh Doctson was scratched with an Achilles injury last week, and questions about his health make him an unreliable option in what would otherwise be a great Week 4 matchup with the Browns.
Andrew Hawkins will be taking on Washington on Sunday after seeing four pass targets last week when Corey Coleman missed the first of a number of games due to injury.
Powell had 10 touches for 71 yards last weekend, though he'll likely find little room to roam against a Seattle defense allowing a league-low 250.3 yards per game.
Rishard Matthews got more targets in Week 3, thanks to Delanie Walker (hamstring) being unavailable, but as the Titans' passing game suffers, he remains a risky option in Week 4 against the Houston Texans, who rank first in receiving defense.
Andre Johnson was nearly a hero last week, but his offensive pass interference penalty negated a game-tying touchdown. He remains in the mix in a thin receiving corps and has the motivation factor in Week 4 when the Titans face his former team, the Houston Texans.
Jermaine Kearse has been quiet this season, but it's possible he comes to life Sunday against a 21st-ranked Jets defense that has given up plenty of big plays through the air.
Anquan Boldin has scored in consecutive games, but faces a Bears defense that has allowed only four receiving touchdowns through three games.
Sebastian Janikowski continues to receive few field goal opportunities and faces a Ravens defense Sunday that ranks fourth in the league in points allowed so far at 14.7 per game.
Greg Zuerlein got to kick four extra points last week after being held without one for consecutive games to open the season, but don't expect a repeat performance Sunday in Arizona.
Quincy Enunwa had a team-high 11 targets last weekend, though quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed six interceptions, and the task will not get any easier against the league's best pass defense of the Seattle Seahawks this weekend.