Teddy Bridgewater to Robert Tonyan, 6 week 4 fantasy football stars who were mostly unowned

Jamaal Williams had eight receptions on Monday night. [Image Source: Flickr | David Beasley]
Jamaal Williams had eight receptions on Monday night. [Image Source: Flickr | David Beasley]

Teddy Bridgewater was able to get his first rushing touchdown in nearly five years on Sunday

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With Week 4 in the books, let’s once again look at the top players who were mostly unowned.

In order to be eligible for this list, the player must have been owned in less than 25 percent of ESPN fantasy football leagues. Each week, one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end will be highlighted.

Two players from the Packers found their way onto the list after their Monday Night Football performance. They supplanted Ke’Shawn Vaughn and O.J. Howard, the latter of which will now miss the season with a torn Achilles.


Quarterback - Teddy Bridgewater, Panthers (276 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, 1 interception, 32 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown)

Prior to Bridgewater’s 18-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter on Sunday was his first score on the ground since December 20, 2015. It was also his first time this season that he had multiple passing touchdowns.


Running back - Jamaal Williams, Packers (10 rushing yards, 8 receptions, 95 receiving yards)

It wasn’t a great game on the ground for Williams (1.25 yards per carry), but Rodgers looked for him often via the air. In the previous two games, he had just one reception.

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