Ryan Howard fell a double short of the cycle but went 4-for-5 with a triple, a home run, three RBI and three runs scored against the Rockies on Sunday.
Howard's four-hit performance was just the second multi-hit game of the season for the big lefty, and just his first since Opening Day. He is currently sporting a .262 average with four home runs and 10 RBI, but his production has been sporadic at best. With that said, those in head-to-head leagues will want to play the matchups when using Howard in your starting lineup, because the way he is performing could actually hurt you more then help you in the early going. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Tevin Coleman (ribs) will play Week 5 against Washington.
Coleman seems to have moved past his rib injury, but while he is expected to play Sunday, he will obviously play a limited role behind Devonta Freeman. The Falcons offense is firing on all cylinders right now and they don't need/want to upset the balance of things while they are on this run. Expect Coleman to work as a part-time change-of-pace back this week. Analysis: Howard Bender
Jadeveon Clowney has a walking boot on his right foot.
Clowney limped off the field late in the game while the Colts were driving down for their final touchdown of the night. He remained on the sidelines with what the Texans are saying is an ankle issue. The oft-injured Clowney will stay in the boot as a precaution and he will be re-evaluated after a couple of days. Analysis: Howard Bender