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OwnersBox Week 4 Superflex Salary Cap Values

OwnersBox Week 4 Superflex Salary Cap Values

Week 1 at OwnersBox was a blast. The superflex salary cap contest was all we could have hoped for and more. We hope you all made use of the free entries and have some winnings to work with for the rest of the season.  The superflex format always brings more variance and strategy, and OwnersBox delivered. The field size has shrunk from what we saw in Week 1, and while that may mean a lower overall pot, it also means less competition. Week 2 and 3 were just as exhilarating as Week 1 at OwnersBox. Looking ahead to Week 4, there are some intriguing values across the board, four of which we will highlight below.

Zack Moss (RB – BUF): $4,800
Zack Moss is on a two game touchdown streak and is in a prime spot to see the good times continue this Sunday. After being made a surprising healthy inactive for Week 1 in favor of Matt Breida, Moss scored two rushing touchdowns in Week 2 before leading the Bills in touches and finding the end zone through the air in Week 3. He is averaging 16 fantasy points per game at OwnersBox, which makes him an RB1 through three weeks of play. The Bills should see a positive gamescript against Davis Mills and the Houston Texans, which should leave enough touches for both Moss and Devin Singletary to eat. The Bills want Moss to be the lead back in their backfield, so as long as he keeps producing, he should continue to pace the position in touches. This season, Houston has allowed the 10th most fantasy points to opposing running backs, giving Moss sneaky RB1 upside at an RB3 salary. Roster Moss where possible for a high upside option at a low tag. 

Emmanuel Sanders (WR – BUF): $4,500
Emmanuel Sanders has been heating up for the Buffalo Bills. He had his best game of the season in Week 3, tallying five receptions, 94 receiving yards, and two receiving touchdowns, all season highs. He is displaying a solid rapport with Josh Allen, and there should be more good things to come in Week 4. Sanders has a plus matchup this weekend against a sub-par Houston Texans secondary and should be able to feast across from Stefon Diggs. Houston is a tough matchup on paper in terms of fantasy points allowed to the position, but the Cleveland game has to be taken in context. Jarvis Landry was hurt, and Odell Beckham Jr. was still sidelined, leaving the already run-heavy Browns with Rashad Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones as their top two receivers. Target the Bills veteran receivers (including Cole Beasley) for Week 4 at OwnersBox and allow yourself the flexibility to flirt with some high salaried options elsewhere. 

Derrick Henry (RB – TEN): $8,300
Derrick Henry still feels like a value despite the $8,300 salary. He is always the centerpiece of the Titans offense and has a tremendous matchup against a New York Jets team, surrendering the second-most fantasy points per game to the running back position. When we add in the absences of Julio Jones and A.J. Brown from this weekend’s contest due to hamstring injuries, Derrick Henry could be in line for 30+ high-value carries against the Jets. He is seeing more work in the passing game than he has in the past, which bodes well for his fantasy floor. Henry should continue to function as an outlet for a Titans offense that will be reaching deep down their depth chart and practice squad to get enough healthy bodies to play receiver. Rostering Henry is going to take some salary cap gymnastics elsewhere, but his salary may keep him at low rostered numbers. He is one of the safest options at a position filled with uncertainty-Plug Henry in with the fantastic matchup on tap. 

Deebo Samuel (WR – SF): $5,500
Deebo Samuel has been excellent through three weeks of action. He went bonkers in Week 1 with nine receptions for 189 receiving yards and a touchdown. While he slowed down a bit since then, he has averaged nine targets, 5.5 receptions, and 72.25 receiving yards in the two weeks since. He has been the 49ers number one receiver and has a plus matchup on tap against a Seattle Seahawks defense that has been burned by the number ones they have faced this season. Samuel has averaged 18.3 fantasy points per game on the season and will push to match that output in what is expected to be a high-scoring affair. The total for this contest is set at 52 points, which suggests that there should be enough scoring from the Seahawks to force the 49ers to keep their foot on the gas in the passing game. Samuel is a WR3 priced option with proven WR1 upside. Roster him where needed. 

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