Gronk played just a handful of plays during his season debut in Week 3 and many wondered if maybe it was because Gronk had re-injured his hamstring. With news that this was not the case fantasy owners should expect to see Gronk on the field more in Week 4 and could quite possibly be 100 percent ready to go in Week 5 when Tom Brady returns.
Clay did not see a single target in Week 3 but was coming off a seven target game in Week 2 against the Jets. With Sammy Watkins dealing with an injury the Bills passing attack should feature Clay a bit more going forward as he has proven capable of producing when called upon to do so.
Kouandjio had started that past two games for the Bills with Cordy Glenn injured but with both not practicing Wednesday the Bills offensive line could be in trouble in Week 4 against the Patriots front seven.
The Bills were hopeful that Watkins would be able to test his injured foot on Wednesday or Thursday and with the fact that he failed to practice on Wednesday would indicate that Watkins would need to see the field on Thursday if he is going to suit up in Week 4 against the Patriots.
Glenn started in Week 1 for the Bills but an injury has kept him out of the previous two games. He has started all 62 career games he has played for the Bills and his ability to play in Week 4 against the Patriots would be key.
The Cowboys stud left tackle Tyron Smith was added to the injury report late last week with what was thought to be a minor back injury. He was listed as inactive for Week 3 against the Bears. Chaz Green replaced him at left tackle and was serviceable. This back problem is obviously still lingering as it is keeping him out of practice again this week. Keep your eye on the situation as we get closer to Sunday.