Offensive Sleepers: Week 4 Edition

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It can be hard to find sleepers each week. Let’s take a look at some players that could produce as offensive sleepers in week four.

If there is a last-minute injury, you may need to scramble to find a player to substitute. That is when this weekly article on offensive sleepers comes in handy. I use Sleeper's rostered percentage before the Thursday night game to look for offensive sleepers and use anyone under 35% owned. Check out the offensive sleepers week 4 edition!

Week one picks had one of four players finish in double-digit points and week two had two of four players finish in double-digit points. Week three I ended up zero for four but I look to bounce back in the sleepers for week four.

Dawson Knox, TE, Buffalo Bills - 34.9% Rostered

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The Bills really found their stride last week against the Washington Football Team, scoring 43 points and Knox was the recipient of one of the four TD passes from Josh Allen. Knox has had a TD in the last two games and had a snap share of 83% and 78 % in those games. With the potent offense, Knox should see some red-zone targets and is a solid flyer at TE this week.

A.J. Green, WR, Oakland Raiders - 28.3% Rostered

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A.J. Green is not the same receiver he once was but still is getting targeted a good amount by Kyler Murray. He has 18 targets and 10 receptions for 181 yards and 1 TD so far this season. The Rams most likely will put Jalen Ramsey on DeAndre Hopkins so Green could be up for a good number of opportunities.

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Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, WR, Tennessee Titans - 6.5% Rostered

A.J. Brown left the Colts game last week with a hamstring injury and is not expected to be available this week. Westbrook-Ikhine had a 78% snap share and caught all 4 targets for 53 yards and 1 TD. This coming week the thought would be that the Jets will focus attention on Julio Jones, so Westbrook-Ikhine could be in for a second solid outing. If Jones misses the game, Westbrook-Ikhine would be a smashing start!

Anthony Miller, WR, Houston Texans - 4.0% Rostered

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With the injury to Nico Collins, there was an opening for the second WR position for the Texans. Last week was Miller's first game and against the Panthers, he was second in targets behind Brandin Cooks. Miller caught 4 of his 6 targets for 20 yards and a TD but the bigger part is he had a 64% snap share. Against Buffalo, they should be down and look for an even bigger week of production from Miller.


Those are my top offensive sleeper candidates going into the fourth week of the NFL season who are not highly rostered. With Covid protocols, you never know when someone is not going to be inactive on game day. These offensive sleepers could help you fill in your starting lineups for week four.

Thanks for checking out this week’s Sleeper article, it will be published weekly on Saturday. You can read all my work on my IDP Guys Author Page and find me on Twitter @hayeb3

Brandon Haye

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