If you've been staring at your fantasy football lineup wondering who to play and who to keep on your bench for Week 5, don't worry, we've got you covered.
Here's our list of top fantasy starts and sits to help you make your final decisions for the week:
Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals: Murray is starting to use his legs more, which is an extremely encouraging sign considering his unimpressive passing totals through the first four weeks. Add in the fact he's facing Cincinnati, and you have the formula for a great fantasy day.
James White, RB, New England Patriots: Last week, the Redskins allowed Giants backup RB Wayne Gallman to gain 118 total yards for two touchdowns. White should have no problem putting up impressive numbers of his own, especially in PPR leagues.
David Montgomery, RB, Chicago Bears: The rookie's snap count is trending upward and that should continue this weekend in London vs. the Raiders. Injured Bears QB Mitch Trubisky will be replaced by Chase Daniel, which means Chicago could lean on the running game even more.
Tyler Boyd, WR, Cincinnati Bengals: No John Ross and still no A.J. Green makes Boyd the undisputed No. 1 option in the passing game for Cincinnati. He has a great matchup this week vs. the porous Cardinals defense.
Alshon Jeffery, WR, Philadelphia Eagles: Jeffery's been hobbled by a calf injury the last few weeks, but still produced double-digit fantasy points in last week's matchup vs. the Packers despite looking a bit rusty. He was targeted nine times in the Eagles victory and should get a ton of volume again vs. the Jets with DeSean Jackson expected to be out.
Jared Goff, QB, Los Angeles Rams: Goff is known for his struggles on the road, particularly in Seattle, and he hasn't done anything this season to ensure he's a reliable starter on any given week. I recommend going in a different direction for Thursday night if possible.
Chris Thompson/Adrian Peterson, RB, Washington Redskins: Based off volume alone, Thompson could be an OK flex play this week in PPR leagues. Otherwise, stay far away as you do not want to take your chances against this Patriots defense. You weren't going to start AP anyway, but here's your reminder just in case the thought even crossed your mind.
Josh Jacobs, RB, Oakland Raiders: The obvious reasoning here is Jacobs has to go up against a Bears defense that swallows opposing running backs whole. The other reason is the game script likely won't be in Oakland's favor, meaning they'll probably use pass-catching running back Jalen Richard while they're playing catchup. Raiders head coach Jon Gruden has said he wants to get Jacobs more involved in the passing game, but I'll believe it when I see it.
Terry McLaurin, WR, Washington Redskins: We don't even know who will be starting at QB yet for Washington vs. the Patriots, but it doesn't really matter. The Pats' D is going to make it a priority to shut down the Redskins' breakout receiver.
Sterling Shepard, WR, New York Giants: Golden Tate returns this week, so we can expect Shepard's target share to decrease. It isn't an appealing matchup anyway vs. the Vikings.
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