Each week of the Fantasy Football is important, as a win and a loss can mean the difference between making the playoffs or narrowly missing out on them. Because of that, fantasy players should be looking to improve their team every single week. But in some cases, especially in bye weeks, fantasy owners are left with limited options. In this article, we’ll take a look at five sleepers who could put up big games in week 4.

1. WR DeVante Parker

A receiver playing the Saints? I’ll take him. The Saints defense has once again been historically bad, and that has made players like Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen look like stars.

Parker is more talented than Thielen, and should be able to take advantage of a weak Saints secondary.

2. RB Chris Carson

In a development that pretty much nobody expected, the Seahawks have turned to running back Chris Carson to shoulder a majority of the rushing attack on offense. In week 4, the Seahawks will play against a Colts team that hasn’t showed any ability to score this year. That makes Chris Carson a fringe top ten running back as Seattle will likely try to run out the clock late.

3. WRs Taylor Gabriel/Mohamed Sanu

The Buffalo Bills defense doesn’t have enough talent on defense to stop all of the Falcons’ weapons. The Bills have done an excellent job shutting down the run this season, and you can bet they’ll have a plan to limit Julio Jones.

The players that the Buffalo Bills struggle with are secondary options like Gabriel, who has enough speed to burn the Bills multiple teams. Expect both Sanu and Gabriel to have fantasy worthy days on Sunday.

4. TE Jared Cook

The Broncos defense doesn’t have many weak points, but it seems like tight ends have been burning them this season.

Both Aqib Talib and Chris Harris will be paired with Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, which should open up Cook for more touches. He should be able to take advantage and score a decent number of fantasy points in week 4.

5. QB Trevor Siemian

The Broncos quarterback has quietly together some great performances in the first two weeks of the NFL season.

He wasn't great against a Buffalo Bills defense in week 3, but that defense also hasn't allowed a single passing touchdown yet. The Raiders don't have a great defense, and Siemian should be able to take advantage at home. He’s quickly becoming a decent fantasy quarterback, and he should be a top 10 quarterback in week 4 of the fantasy football season.