Week Four Reaches

Here’s a look at my Week Four reaches:
J.T. O’Sullivan at New Orleans – He has great timing down with his receivers and he faces a shaky Saint secondary. 
Jake Delhomme vs. Atlanta – He faces a shaky Falcon secondary which really hasn’t been tested yet.
Running Back
Selvin Young at Kansas City – You can’t ask for a better matchup and Young is running quite well. He should get plenty of carries as the game progresses.
Chris Perry vs. Cleveland – He’s running well and Perry faces one of the worst run defenses in the NFL. Start Perry as your #3 RB.
 Wide Receiver
Lance Moore vs. San Francisco – The 49ers have an average secondary and with Jeremy Shockey out, they’ll need Moore to provide a badly needed possession role. He makes for a solid #3 WR this week in a PPR league.
Robert Meachem vs. San Francisco – He has already proven that he can get deep. He should see more playing time than usual this week based on the injuries they have at the position. Not a bad #3 WR/flex option.
Isaac Bruce at New Orleans – He can still run well and he’s in synch with his QB and he faces a shaky Saint secondary. Bruce makes for a solid #3 WR this week.
Eddie Royal at Kansas City – He’s been quiet of late but he’ll get to face a rookie CB this week. 
Antonio Bryant vs. Green Bay – The Packer secondary is beat up so Bryant should be able to continue what he did last week.
Ike Hilliard vs. Green Bay – He’ll probably see a lot of CB Tramon Williams so that favors Hilliard.
Vincent Jackson at Oakland – He faces an injured Raider secondary.
Josh Reed at St. Louis – The Ram secondary is poor and Reed is going to be a solid possession receiver in their passing game. 
Hank Baskett at Chicago – Assuming Kevin Curtis is out again, Baskett will be a deep threat against the Bears. He’s always capable of making a big play.
Buffalo at St. Louis – The Bill defense gets one of their better matchups of the season against a shaky Ram offense that didn’t have a red zone possession in their first two games.

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