Fantasy Football: Under the Radar (with consistency) – Week 4
Every week, James Knight uses our Consistency Tools to see who’s flying under the radar consistently! Follow him on X @JKeasy.
It’s hard to believe we’re coming up on the end of the 1st quarter of the football season. Seems like we just finished up drafting and dreaming of fantasy championships but here we go for week 4! Join me as I shed insight on some players who are consistently putting up fantasy points yet still being underappreciated by fantasy managers (lower roster and starting percentages than they should be). Now is the time to make moves and get ahead of the pack by using what we know. Below I’m using the Big Guy Fantasy Sports consistency tools to identify a group of consistent players to help navigate your tough decisions. Join today to start using these awesome VIP tools!
QB C.J. Stroud – @HOU vs. PIT (Rostered 41%, Started 11% on Yahoo!)
We’re witnessing an uprising in Houston, and it starts at QB with Stroud. He didn’t hit a clutch game in week 1 however he’s picking up steam over the past two weeks coming into week 4 as the 11th ranked QB overall at 21.27 points per game. That puts him at a 66.7% Clutch Ratio (CR, amount of consistently high scoring games over total games played) on the year. His points per game has shot up after his first ever NFL start in week 1 as he’s averaging 24.85 points per game over his last two starts. Most have the Steelers as a challenge for Stroud this week, but we need to look no further than last week when Jimmy Garoppolo carved them up for 324 passing yards to the tune of 21.90 fantasy points where we see that the task at hand isn’t as daunting as it seems. Stroud’s consistency makes his rostership and starting percentages look quite foolish. He’ll continue the positive trend this week and I expect those percentages to be much higher next week. I recommend jumping in before everyone else especially with bye weeks right around the corner.
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