What low-salary options in the passing game strike your fancy as strong plays in Week 4?
If Chicago at Washington hadn't been played Monday night, Terry McLaurin would cost about $1,500 more (DraftKings). McLaurin erased any doubts about the legitimacy of his hot start by getting over on Chicago's outside cornerbacks for an 8-6-70-1 receiving line. He's going from one of the toughest defensive matchups he'll face all season to perhaps the easiest. New York's top cornerback, Janoris Jenkins, has looked completely washed (cut to Mike Evans nodding slowly) and DeAndre Carter is one of the worst starting corners in the league. Less than 100 receiving yards from McLaurin would qualify as a mild surprise in Week 4. He should be heavily-owned in both tournaments and cash games.