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Fantasy Football: One Week Wonders: – Week 4

Every week, Dan Turner tracks those One Week Wonders to see if they maintain their consistency or not! Follow him @DanTurnerFF.

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Each week, I’m bringing you the prior week’s one-week wonders and we are going to track this all year! Why? We want to see how many of these one-week wonders continue their consistency or not.

Here is the updated chart through Week 4.

(Bold = Clutch Game Earned)

(CR = Consistency Rating since their one week wonder)



Name Team Rank CR Week 1 Week 2 Week 3

Week 4


Mac Jones NE 2 25% 25.14 13.70 13.30 2.70
RB Kyren Williams LAR 9 75% 17.40 28.00 8.50



Kendrick Bourne NE 4 25% 24.40 6.90 8.60 5.60
TE Donald Parham LAC 4 50% 11.10 1.70 14.40



CJ Stroud HOU 6 100% 22.00 20.60 21.80
RB Zack Moss IND 9 67% 20.70 22.50



Brandon Johnson DEN 14 33% 20.60 3.20 7.40
TE Kylen Granson IND 9 33% 10.60 2.90



Andy Dalton CAR 6 50% 23.50 0.00
RB De’Von Achane IND 1 100% 51.30



Calvin Austin PIT 23 50% 15.20 5.90
TE Pharaoh Brown NE 5 50% 15.10



Joshua Dobbs ARI 6 23.40
RB Jaleel McLaughlin DEN 10



Michael Wilson WRI 6 26.60
TE Drew Ogletree IND 5



Trend from Week 1 to Week 4:

De’von Achane, CJ Stroud, and Kyren Williams continued their solid start to the season, and are startable assets going forward.

Meanwhile, Pharoah Brown and Donald Parham put up a bunch of nothing and are safely droppable.


Joshua Dobbs – #6 overall – 23.40 points

Joshua Dobbs completed 28 of 41 passes for 265 yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions in the Cardinals’ 35-16 loss to the 49ers. Dobbs has been the real deal for the last couple of weeks, averaging over 20 ppg the previous 3 weeks. He had his second-best outing against the tough 49ers defense and should only continue to improve. If you are someone looking for a QB (Joe Burrow owners), Dobbs is a great plug-and-play option for you, and you can probably get him at little cost at this point.


Jaleel Mclaughlin – 10th overall – 19.40 points

Jaleel McLaughlin rushed for 72 yards on seven carries and caught three passes for 32 yards and a touchdown on Sunday. Mclaughlin gave us the game many thought Samaje Perine was destined for after Javonte Williams’ injury. If Williams is forced to miss any time, Mclaughlin should be in line for more opportunities going forward. Be aware though, that Perine might steal some work from the rookie RB.


Michael Wilson – 6th overall – 26.60 points

Wilson caught all seven of his targets for 76 yards and two touchdowns, thereby announcing his presence to the fantasy football world. Josh Dobbs connected with the rookie wideout early and often, and the rapport between the two grew by the week. He is worth an add in all formats.


Drew Ogletree – 5th overall – 13.80

Ogletree had three receptions for 48 yards, including a five-yard touchdown, on four targets last week. It was his first career TD. Much like Kylen Granson a couple of weeks ago, this was a flash-in-the-pan moment for Ogletree, and he should not be trusted going forward in any format.

Dan is an avid gamer and a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan. He has been writing sports content for over 6 years. As a Content Creator and Head Writer, I've enjoyed crafting engaging articles, podcasts, and videos. I'm driven by the belief that knowledge is a journey, not a destination.

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