Answering Week 4's biggest fantasy football questions

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Need some help setting your fantasy football lineup as the season's fourth week gets underway? NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league.

NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC West
AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys

Is Dez Bryant's relative lack of production a product of the Cowboys' insanely tough schedule, or do you sense a larger issue?

The easy answer is both. Bryant has faced some of the best corners in Janoris Jenkins, Aqib Talib, Chris Harris Jr. and Patrick Peterson in the first three weeks, and QB Dak Prescott has seen three top defenses to start the season. Bryant has not been a receiver who has generated a ton of separation on the top of his routes. His physicality has been his top trait and he is very good at the catch and after the catch. Where Prescott is in his development is a part of this as well. Tony Romo could throw Bryant open in some cases. Prescott is still learning that trait on downfield throws. But before everybody puts it down in ink, there needs to be a larger sample size. The Cowboys' next three opponents are not as strong defensively and we'll see more if bigger plays open up. -- Todd Archer

New York Giants

Will Janoris Jenkins shadow Mike Evans in Tampa?

Jenkins versus Evans is a matchup you should expect to see a lot on Sunday. Jenkins was sore after last week's loss to the Eagles, but he's closer to 100 percent this week. That will make life difficult for Evans. Jenkins has already held Dez Bryant to two catches for 43 yards this season. His physical style will be helpful against Evans, too. -- Jordan Raanan