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Packers fantasy report: Week Four

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By William Del Pilar

After a great Week Three (17-92-0), RB Ryan Grant (kidneys) is unlikely to play, leaving James Starks to handle rushing duties against a Broncos defense that's allowing 91.7 yards and zero TDs per game. … Starks has to show his coaches last week was a fluke as they believe he left yards on the field by not finishing his runs. Starks should shift gears into overdrive this week.

After two weeks and two TDs, FB John Kuhn came back to earth (0-0-0) against the Bears without seeing any goal-line touches and only one target. Despite being a TD vulture, he's not worth a roster spot.

WR James Jones came alive last week, with 4-24-0 with six targets — if you call 24 yards coming alive. He's averaging only three targets and two catches for 13.3 yards with no TDs. Time to drop him.

The Packers' defense has quality corners but the secondary is allowing opposing receivers 14 receptions for 220 receiving yards and 1.33 TDs, leaving fantasy owners drooling when their wideouts play them.

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