Week 4 fantasy football running back rankings are led by Henry and Kamara.


Week 4 fantasy football running back rankings are led by Henry and Kamara.

My Week 4 fantasy football running back rankings for 2021 include Derrick Henry, Alvin Kamara, Austin Ekeler, Nick Chubb, and Ezekiel Elliott.

Week 4’s Top 10 options include D’Andre Swift, Chris Carson, Aaron Jones, David Montgomery, and Jonathan Taylor.

Other running backs to consider for your weekly roster include Zack Moss and Miles Sanders.

Apart from the elite names, there are plenty of additional running backs with intriguing matchups this week. Find a player with a good Week 4 matchup who will receive a lot of carries, targets in the passing game, or goal line work.


The Tennessee Titans’ Derrick Henry is the best running back in the league and should never be left out of any fantasy roster. Henry’s Titans take on the New York Jets this week.

Through three weeks, the Jets have given up the sixth-most fantasy points to running backs. Last week, they also enabled Melvin Gordon and Javonte Williams of the Denver Broncos to score touchdowns.

In what should be a Titans victory, expect Henry to reach the end zone at least twice. In terms of fantasy points and rushing yards, Henry tops all running backs. With three rushing touchdowns, he is tied for first in the league.

Week 4 is shaping up to be a huge week for the 2019 and 2020 rushing champion.

Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints did not score a rushing touchdown in his first three games of 2021, but he did score two receiving touchdowns.

In Week 4, when the Saints face the New York Giants, he ranks 16th in rushing yards and could have a good game.

Through three weeks, the Giants have allowed the tenth most fantasy points. On Sunday at New Orleans, look for Kamara to get back on track with at least 120 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown.


D’Andre Swift of the Detroit Lions is ranked eighth in fantasy points for his position. In Week 3, he had 21 touches for 107 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown.

With 23 targets this season, he is tied for second among running backs.

Swift will look to build on his 2021 success this week as the Lions take on the Chicago Bears. Through three weeks, the Bears have given up an average of 105 rushing yards per game to running backs, and they’ll have a tough time stopping Swift on Sunday in… Article Summary from Nokia News


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