America’s favorite game is back and The Sports Bank has you covered with the best and worst of what was Fantasy Football Week Four.
I’m officially donning 2011 one of the weirdest fantasy years ever as some very surprising players made the awards this week (just look at Honorable Mention for MVP if you don’t believe me).
Follow the jump to receive up-to-date fantasy analysis and the best waiver wire pick-ups for week five!
* Points and line-up statistics adapted from ESPN standard scoring leagues
Fantasy MVP: QB Aaron Rodgers (29/38, 444 total YDS, 6 total TD and 1 INT = 45 points)
Rodgers became the first quarterback EVER to throw for over 400 yards, toss four touchdowns and rush for two more. Averaging just under 28 fantasy points a game has Rodgers thriving as an elite fantasy QB. With sexy match-ups against Atlanta, St. Louis and Minnesota in the next three weeks, expect a lot more of the same from Rodgers who has more weapons in the passing game than he knows ...