Last week's edition of this article was an accurate prediction of what was to come. Michael Thomas finally pieced things together and went off for 87 receiving yards and a touchdown. Brandin Cooks decided to show up too, posting a whopping 27 Fantasy points. Anybody who was willing to buy low on those guys last week has to be excited with the results. Now let's take a look at four more players that you may want to trade for in Week 4.

1. WR Jarvis Landry

The Dolphins top receiver has not been very good this season, scoring just 11 points in two weeks. But it's still early, and Landry did catch a whopping 13 balls in week 2.

If he ever scores a touchdown, Landry automatically becomes a solid fantasy receiver. Before he goes off against the Saints in week 4, try to grab him from the fantasy owner who is willing to part with him.

2. WR Brandon Marshall

Marshall had a decent performance against the Philadelphia Eagles one week after Marshall made an appearance on our droppable players list [VIDEO]. He caught eight passes for 66 yards in a game where the Giants had actual offense. It looks like Marshall and Eli are finally starting to get on the same page, and when that happens, Marshall becomes a legitimate fantasy threat. You probably don't have to trade much to get him, so go after him while his price is low.

3. RB Tarik Cohen

Fantasy owners haven't fully understood just how valuable Cohen can be yet. Right now, he's a top 15 fantasy running back as a backup. That's pretty amazing production, and if Jordan Howard ever got hurt, Cohen would likely be a top five fantasy running back.

He has amazing speed and the ability to break a big play for a touchdown at any point, similar to Tyreek Hill. Fantasy owners should consider trading some of their weaker players for a guy like this who can bolster depth significantly at the running back position.

4. RB Tevin Coleman

Backup running backs in fantasy, especially those with more established roles, are more valuable than you would think. Coleman has more fantasy points than Lamar Miller this season and hasn't scored less than five fantasy points this year. That's a pretty high floor for a player who doesn't even get a majority of the carries in the Falcons offense. Similar to Cohen, if Freeman ever went down, Coleman would immediately become a top five fantasy running back. See if there are any owners willing to part with him in fantasy leagues. Those who do are foolish, as Coleman has a ton of fantasy value, even as a backup.