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Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers – $12,053: The trip across the ocean is a little concerning, but that is about it. The price is right and the Vikings are a fantasy dreamland for QBs. Roethlisberger looked good airing it out last week too. Stevan Ridley’s price is low and his upside is pointing straight up. Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins – $11,430: The Raiders aren’t going to be able to slow down a motivated Washington offense and Alfred Morris has a nose for pay dirt. He has yet to be special, but this is a huge game for the Redskins and he’ll be a factor. Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts – $10,824: His prices aligns with a healthy Ahmed Bradshaw, so you have to take him. The discount, in addition to the fabulously favorable matchup means he’ll be on a lot of rosters, so you’ll beat up on anyone who doesn’t select him. DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys – $11,747: The Coybows are a completely different offense when they establish the run, so expect that to be their first priority this week on the road. Murray catches a few balls out of the backfield too and is reasonably priced. Stevan Ridley, New England Patriots – $6,999: Take the discount and pad the rest of your lineup. Ridley is more than due and there will be a lot of scoring. He has disappointed and might be overlooked this week, don’t be that guy. A score more than rewards the investment. Enter Draft Street's $1000 NFL Free Roll | Signup & Deposit to receive a 100% Bonus up to $200 Draft Street Week 4 Picks: Wide Receivers Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears – $12,539: There is nothing not to like here. This is likely to be a shootout, Jay Cutler’s play is on the rise and Marshall is the team’s best receiver. He could approach 10 catches, score and his price is low. Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints – $9,799: It is about time for one of those 200 yard, 2 TD games from Colston. With Lance Moore banged up and something to prove on Monday Night Football, look for the Saints to make a statement. Colston is due. Marques Colston is eyeballing his first big week of the 2013 season.(Photo Credit: Kim Klement – USA TODAY Sports)   Draft Street Week 4 Picks: Tight Ends Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles – $3,814: It isn’t pretty and Celek hasn’t exactly exploded out of the gates, but a few catches will cover the cost. The Broncos have been beaten up by the Tight End this season too and Celek is always a threat to score.   Draft Street Week 4 Picks: Defense & Special Teams Kansas City Chiefs – $5,672: The Giants are an absolute mess and enter the unfriendly confines of Arrowhead Stadium, Middle America with a broken down Offensive Line. The Chiefs boast plenty of play-makers on defense and will swallow the Gaints offense.   Signup with Draft Street for great Daily Fantasy Games | Deposit to receive a 100% Bonus up to $200 The post Draft Street Week 4 Picks appeared first on Fantasy Sports Locker Room.
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