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What to do with Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, Josh Reynolds in Week 4 fantasy football

The Los Angeles Rams’ pass catchers put together productive performances in Week 3. Can it happen again on Sunday?

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Los Angeles Rams wide receivers Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp have been locked up with extensions, so we’ll be seeing the two of them operating as a fairly productive duo for years to come in this offense. The two satisfied fantasy owners last week, and Josh Reynolds put together a nice performance.

What should fantasy owners be doing with Rams’ wide receivers heading into Week 4?

Fantasy Football analysis: Rams WRs Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, Josh Reynolds

Both Woods and Kupp had productive fantasy days in Week 3 against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Woods finished with five catches on six targets for 74 yards and a touchdown. He also added 30 yards rushing on three carries. Kupp caught nine of 10 targets for 107 yards and one touchdown. Reynolds saw season highs with four catches on five targets for 60 yards.

Jared Goff spreads the ball around enough to satisfy multiple pass catchers in the Rams’ offense. Los Angeles trusts the duo of Kupp and Woods, and if Reynolds can distinguish himself as a solid third option, that would only mean good things for the Rams but maybe not good things for Kupp and Woods owners in fantasy football. It can be difficult to satisfy more than two wide receivers in an offense.

The Rams will face the New York Giants, which just allowed 343 yards passing to San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Nick Mullens on Sunday.

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Woods and Kupp have similar value heading into Sunday’s game and can be comfortably used as second wide receives in fantasy lineups. Reynolds should not be on fantasy radars in Week 4.