2021 NFL Week 4 Injury Report: Who’s Hurt And Who Benefits?

  • Chester Rogers could see a big day as A.J. Brown and Julio Jones are both in question to play Sunday.
  • Kadarius Toney could finally have an impact on the New York Giants with the team's receiving core battling injuries.
  • Peyton Barber could once again lead the Las Vegas Raiders backfield if Josh Jacobs misses the game.

LAS VEGAS Multiple injuries will impact teams’ game plans and chances for success on Sunday but it also affects the betting lines and DFS players. Certain lines may look more appealing with the injury news available.

Chester Rogers Breakout? A.J. Brown, Julio Jones In Question

The Tennessee Titans wide receiver room isn’t too deep to begin with and the team is facing a scenario in which they could be without both of their top options. Online sportsbooks don’t have any listed props for any Titans receiver as they, along with everyone else, wait for Julio Jones and A.J. Brown’s game status report.

Chester Rogers could be the man to pick up the slack if one or both of the top receivers are out. He’s third on the team in targets (13) and receptions (7), plus he has already found the endzone this season. Keep an eye on Jones’ and Brown’s status as Rogers could be in WR1 territory this week.

Kadarius Toney: Entire Giants WR Room Battling Injuries

Kadarius Toney could finally make the impact that New York Giants fans have been waiting for. Practically the entire Giants receiving core is battling injuries as Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton have yet to practice this week while Kenny Golladay was limited at practice.

Toney has combined for just four catches and 14 yards on the season after being drafted in the first round. If any of the starting receivers miss the game, he should have an impact and if two or more are out and he could be in line for a monster game.

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NFL betting sites have no listed game props for the Giants’ receivers, but he's a player to keep an eye on in fantasy formats as well.

Peyton Barber: Gruden Not Optimistic On Jacobs

With Peyton Barber rushing for 111 yards on 23 carries last week, it wouldn’t make too much sense for the Las Vegas Raiders to rush Josh Jacobs back on the field if he isn’t healthy. Jon Gruden seems to be following a similar mindset.

As the Raiders play in the Monday night game, it may be tough for fantasy players, as an official decision on Jacobs is unlikely to come before the 1 p.m. kickoffs on Sunday but DFS players should do anything possible to get Barber in their lineups if Jacobs is out.

The Los Angeles Chargers are allowing a league-high 170.0 rushing yards per game and whoever ends up being the starting back is in line for a quality performance.