Tristan H. Cockcroft recaps which fantasy players shined in Week 4 and which left their fantasy owners wanting more, all with his usual blend of historical significance. - From ESPN
Perhaps it's time to believe, as Ryan had admitted on multiple occasions during the offseason that he had struggled to quickly adapt to offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's offense in 2015, but that he was feeling more comfortable with it in his second year.
Isaiah Crowell, RB, Cleveland Browns: It certainly looks like Crowell is the Browns' primary running back, as for the fourth consecutive game, he managed at least 12 carries, this time scoring 19 fantasy points to give him 59 for the season.
Gordon's 17 fantasy points might've fallen a bit short of the week's leading score among running backs, but it's still a healthy number, and gives him three games with at least that many after he didn't have a single game in double digits as a rookie in 2015.
It's the fifth time in his career that he has delivered a doughnut, with the most recent occurring in 2014 Week 17, a game in which he, coincidentally, also had six targets.
It's the first time in his career that he has been held to one fantasy point or fewer in consecutive games, and these now represent two of the eight (out of 82) career games of his with that poor a score.