Allen is currently listed as second string on the depth chart as the starting jobs at safety have been given to rookie Karl Joseph and veteran Reggie Nelson. The Raiders pass defense has been horrible so far, ranking dead last after four weeks. Joseph makes for a nice addition in IDP leagues.
Williams may draw the starter designation, but it is unlikely he will get many more carries than backfield mates Jay Ajayi, Isaiah Pead and Kenyon Drake, as they all figure to get some time in the Dolphins backfield. Nothing useful here in fantasy, until one guy sets himself apart from the pack.
Whether or not Graham injured himself further or the Seahawks are just resting him at this point. Either way, he is coming off his best game as a Seahawk, grabbing six passes for 100 yards and a score, but is far too inconsistent to be trusted on a weekly basis as your top TE.
LeMahieu is getting a routine day off, but it most likely is to help him preserve his first batting title. As things sit going into Thursday night's games, LeMahieu sits at .349 while the Nationals' Daniel Murphy sits at .347. It could go down to the wire into this weekend.
Thomas started in Week 2 but then found himself on the bench for Week 3 as the backup for rookie first-rounder Laremy Tunsil. He is back active for Week 4 though he may not start on Thursday Night Football against the Bengals. He hasn't had much of a force in the O-line when in there so nothing much should change against Cincinnati.