Another week , another Monday night football game. This week we have the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Washington Redskins. Both teams have been playing really well so far in 2017, and will look to continue to do more of the same in week four. Kansas City has a rookie running back carrying the offense. While Washington is getting some help from fourth year Veteran Chris Thompson. With that being said here is the MNF Preview for week four.
Player To Exploit
RB Kareem Hunt
Kareem Hunt has taken the National Football League by storm in the first three weeks of the season. He has scored at least one touchdown in every game, and has rushed for over 100 yards in two of the three games. Hunt has become a number one fantasy option, and is looking to continue his hot start.
Look for Hunt to have a lot more success than Marshawn Lynch and the Oakland Raiders had. Hunt is going to help the fantasy owners that have him win their matchup. While making the fantasy owners who are going up against him lose their matchup.
Players To Avoid
QB Kirk Cousins
Kirk Cousins has played alright so far in 2017. He has 784 passing yards to go along with 5 touchdowns in the first three games. Looking ahead Kansas City’s defense shut down Tom Brady and Phillip Rivers so far this season. With the game being at Arrowhead is going to give Cousins some struggles as the Chiefs fans are very loud.
Look for the Redskins offense to struggle and for the Chiefs fans to help disrupt Cousins’ snap count enough to get under his skin. Which will lead to him struggling in this week four matchup.
WR Terrelle Pryor
Terrelle Pryor has not found his calling with the Redskins yet. Pryor only has ten receptions for 116 yards on the season. Also he has yet to find the endzone for the Redskins. Washington had the idea that him and Jamison Crowder could form a speedy dynamic duo that could help Kirk Cousins.
That has yet to be the case so far in 2017. Both Crowder and Pryor has struggled, and it will continue in this week four matchup. Look for the Kansas City defense to be on another level as they play at home for this Monday night game.