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This page will be updated with new questions and answers up until just after noon ET, so refresh often to see if your question was answered. The most recent answers will appear first.Sometimes, rankings and columns just arent enough to help you decide which player should go in your lineup. If youre still not sure about that final spot before Sundays games kick off, send us a question on Twitter using the hashtag #startsitESPN, and you just might get yours answered below.Each week, ESPN Fantasy analysts KC Joyner and Jim McCormick will provide advice for players just like you stuck with tough choices to make. Lets get started on answering your fantasy football questions for Week 4, which is also a bye week for the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles.Alshon Jeffery or Stefon Diggs for flex? PPR league #StartSitESPN- Sean Doc (@TheSeanDoc) October 2, 2016Stefon Diggs faces a very banged-up Giants secondary that is down to a third-string free safety. Alshon Jeffery is listed as questionable. Both elements point in the direction of starting Diggs. -- KC@ESPNFantasy Reed or Kelce? #StartSitESPN- Timothy Fisher (@timothyfisher08) October 2, 2016Pittsburghs starting strong safety has been declared out for this game. The Steelers also have a strong rush defense and they score a lot of points at home. This could cause the Chiefs to get into passing mode more often than usual. Those factors give Travis Kelce an edge over Jordan Reed. -- KC@ESPNFantasy #startsitespn guy, Ive been debating this all week. I know what the rankings are. But Pryor or B Marshall as my WR 2? Thanks!- Soleslayer (@jordanwings13) October 2, 2016Strength of matchup could be the best tiebreaker here. Terrelle Pryor?will face a much more favorable opposing coverage this week, and he will be the centerpiece of the Browns passing attack. That gives him the edge. -- KCChristine Michael or Spencer Ware in flex #StartSitESPN- Tony Rochowski (@rochowsk) October 2, 2016Seattles offense ranks 24th this season in my good blocking rate (GBR) metric that measures how often an offense gives its ball carriers quality run blocking. Kansas City ranks 17th in GBR. Ware also has a slight edge in good blocking yards per attempt (GBYPA), which measures how productive ball carriers are when given good blocking (9.5 for Ware, 9.3 for Michael). Those factors give Ware the edge. -- KC@ESPNFantasy Zach Miller or Kyle Rudolph? #StartSitESPN- Adam Atath (@adamatath) October 2, 2016Zach Miller has a highly favorable matchup against Detroit, but the banged-up state of the Giants secondary gives Kyle Rudolph the highest possible matchup score in my matchup ratings system. That kind of upside potential is rare, so Rudolph gets the nod in this one. -- KC#StartSitESPN Russell Wilson or Alex Smith? #FFNow- Miss Orleans (@Real_MDstudent) October 2, 2016As noted in an earlier question, Alex Smith may end up having to throw the ball a lot more tonight given the powerful Pittsburgh rush defense and the Steelers ability to score points at home. Wilson is battling an MCL injury and is on a rush-first offense that probably wont be put into the pass-first mode against the Jets. Add in Smiths ability to gain rushing yards, a trait that might even be more highly rated than Wilson given Wilsons injury, and it gives Smith the advantage in this one. -- KC@ESPNFantasy M. Ingram or D. Freeman #StartSitESPN- MLG DoubleA (@Double_A_x99x) October 2, 2016Devonta Freeman ranks second in good blocking yards per attempt (GBYPA) among running backs with 10 or more good blocking carries this year (12.6). By contrast, Mark Ingram ranks 22nd in GBYPA (7.5). That means Freeman is doing a notably better job when given good run blocking, something he should get on a regular basis against a Carolina rush defense that hasnt been a shutdown platoon this year. Those factors make Freeman the pick here. -- KCDerek Carr or Eli Manning? #StartSitESPN- William Cox (@billsqueb) October 2, 2016Eli Manning is facing an incredibly stout Vikings defense. Derek Carr is facing a Baltimore defense that is nowhere near as strong as Minnesotas and has a coverage liability in Shareece Wright. The Giants also will want to slow the game down as much as possible to protect their injury-riddled secondary. Combine these together and it makes Carr the choice here. -- KC#StartSitESPN matt stafford or philip rivers this week?- Kevin Smith (@kevinator38) October 2, 2016Philip Rivers has a highly favorable matchup against New Orleans, but the injury-plagued state of the Chicago secondary gives Matthew Stafford the second-most-favorable opposing coverage this week among quarterbacks (Trevor Siemian ranks first versus Tampa Bay). The suggestion here would be to play for that injury-assisted upside and put Stafford in the lineup. -- KC@ESPNFantasy #StartSitESPN Bills or Jets D/ST?- Will Manns (@hitmanndjwill) October 2, 2016Its good to see a D/ST question! Buffalos defense has an equal pass rush to the Jets, and the Bills have shown a better ability at generating interception chances. Add Buffalo facing an injured backup quarterback, and it gives the Bills a slight edge in this matchup. -- KC#StartSitESPN Start Siemian over Wilson?, 6pt TDs. Help a guy out:)- Jason Costello (@coolhiveblue) October 2, 2016Siemian threw four touchdown passes last week against a solid Cincinnati secondary. Tampa Bay may have the worst set of safeties in the league, a factor that gives Siemian the most favorable matchup rating of any quarterback in Week 4. Given that matchup favorability, it would not be a surprise to see Siemian throw at least three touchdown passes. Add Wilsons injury issue to the mix and it makes Siemian the start option here. -- KC#StartSitESPN Carson Palmer or Alex Smith- Jaime (@ballajamm) October 2, 2016Even as Carson Palmer has struggled, this is an inviting get-right spot against the visiting Rams, a team that just ceded over 400 yards to Jameis Winston & Co. in Tampa. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy Pitta or Fleener #StartSitESPN- Tim Callahan (@t_callahan28) October 2, 2016Dennis Pitta has enjoyed a team-leading market share of the Ravens passing game since Week 2, so he has the higher floor and better rapport with his quarterback. The Raiders, meanwhile, have allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to tight ends dating back to last season. -- J.M.Standard Scoring... Maclin, Snead, Fleener...Who do i sit today?? #StartSitESPN- Nick Petrillo (@NPetrillo17) October 2, 2016It might read like Im down on Fleener, but I actually think hes a fine low-end TE1 today. However, in the context of questions such as this one, I have him sitting. Maclin is due for a positive correction in catch rate and the Steelers secondary is suspect. Meanwhile, Snead is the better upside asset on the same Saints offense. -- J.M.Christine Michael or Jordan Howard? #StartSitESPN- EAGLES 16-0 (@louieporterr) October 2, 2016I appreciate the fervor in your Twitter name, as the Eagles are indeed going undefeated this season. That said, I favor Howards higher yardage floor here, as I believe his involvement in the passing game can drive a strong showing. -- J.M.#StartSitESPN Cousins or Rivers?- Veezo (@SEAlvizo) October 2, 2016At the helm of a favored team in the weeks highest point total, lets ride with Philip Rivers. Cousins is a really nice option, as well, so this is essentially choosing my second-favorite signal-caller of the week over, say, my No. 6 quarterback in Cousins. -- J.M.#StartSitESPN Dwayne Washington or Jamal Charles?- Buddy Blankenship (@bbtwlv) October 2, 2016This is a common question were seeing this morning. Im proving conservative and want to see what role Jamaal Charles might play today, while siding with Washingtons early-down share and any goal-line upside he might claim. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy mike Wallace or tajae sharp? #StartSitESPN- Eric Basner (@EricBasner) October 2, 2016Mike Wallace has developed a fine vertical rapport with Joe Flacco, and the Raiders pass defense past David Amerson has proved exploitable, so lets go with him over Tajae Sharpe on an inconsistent Tennessee passing offense. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy std scoring, Carlos Hyde or Travis Benjamin? #StartSitESPN- Alex Dierling (@AlexDierling) October 2, 2016The Dallas Cowboys have ceded 3.31 yards before contact per rush to opposing running backs this season -- most in the league and significantly above the league average rate of 2.35. With an expectation for 20 touches against a generous rush defense, Hyde is in a great spot today. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy pick 2 C.J. Anderson, D. Murray, or C. Michael? #StartSitESPN- dch (@HDclifton) October 2, 2016Solid options here, but lets sit Michael, as these other workhorse options can add value in the passing phase. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy #StartSitESPN should I trade gurley for Odell ? My RBs are stacked- Kaige Schuler (@Bubbaschuler23) October 2, 2016If you can pull that off, do it now! I respect the workload Todd Gurley nets, but Odell Beckham Jr. is still the superior fantasy asset on a far better offense. Good luck pulling it off. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy 1/2 PPR, Theo Riddick or Will Fuller #StartSitESPN- Chris Bernitt (@cbernittttttt) October 2, 2016This is somewhat of a floor and ceiling consideration, as Theo Riddick is a high-floor asset given his steady target share and increased early-down role. The Bears front seven is depleted, thus Riddick could thrive in space today. Im siding with Riddicks double-digit touch workload, but do appreciate Will Fullers upside as a vertical threat and his respectable target share, just not in this context. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy Already starting D. Johnson and EZE. Need to bench J. Howard or Crowell. Looking to go 4-0! #StartSitESPN- Damian Renadette (@damianrenadette) October 2, 2016Lets go with Jordan Howard, who offers more promise in the total yardage sense given his success in the receiving department last week. Crowell is a fine early-down option, but his game script as a sizable road underdog isnt ideal. The Lions, meanwhile, have allowed the most yards per carry to backs this season. -- J.M.Happy New Year! But most importantly: .5 PPR, Fleener or Gronk?? #FantasyFootball #StartSitESPN- Carolyn Strum (@carolyn_strum) October 2, 2016Even as recency bias suggests Coby Fleener is the safer call given his success in Week 3 and Rob Gronkowskis limited snap and route role, Im going with the Patriots superstar given the potential for increased usage and the sheer upside of his red zone role. -- J.M.Michael or Sims and Jeffrey or Snead #StartSitESPN- Michael Blackburn (@mblackburn_87) October 2, 2016Lets go with Charles Sims -- as the Broncos stout rush defense metrics have softened a bit this season -- and Alshon Jeffery, as he has appreciable upside against a Lions secondary that has graded out poorly in coverage on both Football Outsiders and Pro Football Focus. -- J.M.Cole Beasley or Jamison Crowder at Flex. Standard #StartSitESPN- joe degraw (@playboiGreaz) October 2, 2016Im going with Cole Beasley in this case. Both players have sizable market shares of their respective offenses, but Beasleys is actually higher, and he is recording a reception on 27 percent of his routes, an astounding rate and somewhat believable given his high-percentage, short-yardage routes. With Dez Bryant looking unlikely to go, Beasley could feast on targets today. -- J.M.@ESPNFantasy #StartSitESPN pick a flex for ppr, beasly or tyrell williams- Luis Enrique (@Ruizkin) October 2, 2016Lets get Tyrell Williams in the line

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