Ezekiel Ansah (Detroit Lions DE #94) – Ziggy had an excellent start to the season on Monday Night Football against the New York Giants in week 2, as he tallied up three sacks and a forced fumble while playing a limited number of snaps (28) on his return from injury. Ansah was ineffective the following week despite playing 33 snaps as the Lions lost a close game to the Atlanta Falcons. Coming off a three-tackle performance against the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday, Ziggy will look to provide the Lions with more consistent pressure on the Carolina Panthers in the next game.
The Panthers’ offensive line has been poor for the most part this season but got a massive confidence boost with their performance in a victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday. Ansah will provide the Panthers’ O-line with another stern test in week 5.
Brown has settled into a steadier role for the Cardinals of late, averaging 9.7 targets over his past three games and posting more than 10 fantasy points in PPR scoring in each of them. For a deep league flex play, Brown fits the bill.
McGuire is the third-string running back for the Jets, but this sixth-round pick has announced himself over the past couple of weeks. He had 10 carries for 93 yards and a touchdown in Week 4. The Jets will rely on Bilal Powell and Matt Forte (when the latter gets back from a Cheap Jerseys Supply turf toe injury), but this is a back-by-committee offense, and McGuire is a deep, deep league add.
We’ll see whether Davante Adams misses time following a scary hit in Week 4. If Cheap Jerseys Wholesale he does, Allison is likely to take on a more prominent role in this offense (Randall Cobb’s already busy workload will increase too); and when you have Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback, that’s noteworthy. He’s a deep league add.