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Rex Grossman-Rex Grossman and the Washington Redskins travel to St. Louis to take on the Rams in week four. Grossman has gotten off to a good start to the season, throwing for at least 250 yards in each of the Redskins' three games. Grossman has also thrown for five touchdowns and three interceptions, including at least one touchdown in each game. The Redskins offense has been a pass first offense over the first three weeks, and it should be no different this week against the Rams' poor secondary. The Rams were picked apart in the secondary by Joe Flacco and Torrey Smith of the Ravens in week three, and the Redskins should find similar success this week. Grossman is only currently owned in 61 percent of fantasy leagues, a number that should greatly increase before this weekend's game. If you are looking for a spot start at the quarterback position in week four, you can pick up Rex Grossman and can expect at least 225 yards and one touchdown from the Redskins starting quarterback.
Ryan Grant-Ryan Grant and the Green Bay Packers return home to take on the Denver Broncos in week four. Grant struggled in the first two games of the season, but rebounded with a 17 carry, 92 yard performance in week three. Following the game, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy praised Grant, and said that Grant needs to see more carries going forward. While this situation is likely to shift back and forth between Grant and James Starks throughout the season, Grant should be the go-to back for the Packers this week. The Broncos' defensive line will not be able to keep the Packers run game in check, especially as they will be focused on stopping the Packers' high flying passing offense. Fantasy owners can start Ryan Grant as a flex play and can expect 75 total yards and a touchdown from the Packers running back.