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Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 4: Wide receivers

Which receivers must be started? Which ones must be benched? We take a look at the top options for Week 4. The top wide receivers have mostly had a slow start to their seasons, but they should be back to producing at elite levels for their fantasy owners. The issue, as always, is injuries. Dez Bryant suffered a hairline fracture to his knee, setting up yet another injury-plagued season for him and his owners.
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