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Fantasy Football Week 4 WR Streamers Include George Pickens

Week 3 has finished, as we continue our normal routine of NFL football all the way through February. The wide receiver position is deep this year in fantasy football, and it’s unlikely you voluntarily stream this position this early in the season, but injuries have already hit many WR rooms. If you have been hit by this poor luck, we have a list of fantasy football Week 4 WR streamers that may be extremely helpful. 

Read on for three fantasy football Week 4 WR streamers that are worth your consideration. Despite most having late-round ADPs, these wide receivers have a good chance to carve out more significant roles moving forward. 

Players must be owned in less than 50 percent of ESPN leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 4 WR streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.

George Pickens Fantasy Football week 4 wr streamers

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Fantasy Football Week 4 WR Streamers

George Pickens Fantasy Outlook at NYJ (38.5%)

This could be the best possible situation for George Pickens to finally break out and post a solid fantasy football performance. We saw what he can do when thrown the ball, but the quarterback position is a huge question mark right now for the success of the Pittsburgh Steelers offense to thrive. The New York Jets are allowing more than 26 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers so far. Rookie corner Sauce Gardner will cover Diontae Johnson most of the game, so Pickens should benefit, which is why he highlights our fantasy football Week 4 WR streamers article. 

RELATED | Fantasy Football Rankings for Week 4

After you read our Week 4 fantasy football streamers article, check out our fantasy football rankings for Week 4! Expert analyst Zach Brunner updates his fantasy football rankings throughout the week for Half PPR and PPR scoring leagues.

Josh Palmer Fantasy Outlook vs. HOU (35.6%)

With the entire Los Angeles Chargers offense banged up, the guys that are next up will likely start benefiting in fantasy football. That starts with Josh Palmer. Keenan Allen has a lingering injury, Jalen Guyton is out for the season and Mike Williams just can’t do it all himself. Palmer has shown what he can do with some volume and hopefully as Justin Herbert heals his ribs, the chemistry develops over time. In a matchup against the Houston Texans and after a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Chargers will come out firing. 

Isaiah McKenzie Fantasy Outlook at BAL (16.8%)

There are a lot of mouths to feed in the Buffalo Bills offense, and it’s practically Josh Allen doing everything himself. However, one target that has stepped up when it mattered is Isaiah McKenzie. Due to the heat and other injuries last week against the Miami Dolphins, a ton of Buffalo Bills receivers left the game early and McKenzie benefitted with a great stat line. The Bills face the Baltimore Ravens this week, who are surrendering the most FPPG to opposing wide receivers right now (37.4).

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