Week 4 began the bye weeks with both Indianapolis and Pittsburgh taking Sunday off. This week the number of teams on bye will expand to four, which will have fantasy owners searching for viable replacements off of waivers. As you'll read, there are many options to look at this week.
Brandon Weeden, CLE - After Week 1 it was hard to imagine recommending Weeden at any point this season. However, a lot has changed since Weeden struggled mightily against the Philadelphia pass defense. He had 300-yard passing games in two of his last three games. Being 0-4 means Weeden will be playing from behind a lot and attempt a lot of passes (averaging 44 over his last three games). Greg Little can only improve his hands as the season goes on, and speedster Travis Benjamin has been more involved in the offense. Josh Gordon is raw but should improve as he gets acclimated to the NFL while Jordan Cameron shows a lot of athleticism for a tight end.
Matt Hasselbeck, TEN - Hasselbeck i...