Uzomah caught four of five targets for 45 yards in Thursday's 22-7 win over the Dolphins.
The second-year pro was actually only behind A.J. Green in team receiving yardage on the night, and tied with Brandon LaFell for second-most receptions as well. Uzomah was technically behind Tyler Kroft on the depth chart in Week 3, but saw all the tight end targets Thursday and capitalized on all but one of them. Uzomah has been serviceable in Tyler Eifert's (ankle) stead, but the latter is reportedly expected to return for the Bengals' Week 5 tilt versus the Cowboys according to Geoff Hobson of the team's official site.
Bernard totaled 18 yards on 10 carries and added 24 yards through the air by snaring three of four targets in Thursday's 22-7 victory over the Dolphins.
Bernard was once again stymied on the ground, following a Week 3 outing versus the Broncos where he managed just eight yards on five carries. However, while that type of performance against a stalwart Broncos defense was understandable, his struggles against a Dolphins unit that was missing two starting linebackers was a bit more perplexing. Nevertheless, Bernard's biggest contributions typically come in the passing game, with Jeremy Hill handling the lion's share of carries, so the lack of production on the ground is not overly concerning. Through four games, Bernard has now tallied 25 carries but already hauled in 19 passes, including one for a touchdown.
Green hauled in 10 of 12 targets for 173 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 22-7 win over the Dolphins.
The Pro Bowler got his night started off right with a highlight-worthy leaping grab of a 51-yard heave from Andy Dalton and added a 43-yard grab in the third quarter that set up a Mike Nugent field goal. He also powered his way through a Tony Lippett tackle attempt for a seven-yard touchdown in the first period and put together his second 100-yard performance over the season's first four games. After two rather ordinary performances versus the Steelers and Broncos, Green's production Thursday was a reminder of his immense value in any fantasy format, and is team-high 12 targets a testament to his role as the focal point of the Bengals attack.
Hill gained 71 yards on 21 carries in Thursday's 22-7 win over the Dolphins.
Although the Dolphins managed to limit him to 3.4 YPC and a game-long rush of 19 yards, Hill still provided the Bengals offense with an important measure of balance throughout the night. After totaling only 53 yards through his first two games, Hill has now put together solid back-to-back performances, gaining 168 yards over Weeks 3 and 4. He's also encouragingly seen his carries rise each successive week, and his increasing involvement and secure red-zone role make him a solid fantasy asset ,particularly in standard scoring formats.
Stills secured one of three targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 22-7 loss to the Bengals.
The speedster got loose for a beauty of a 74-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill on the Dolphins' second play, which would turn out to be the only score of the night for the beleaguered offense. The majority of the targets the rest of the night went to Jarvis Landry, with Stills seeing a noticeable drop from the season-high eight he saw in Week 3 versus the Browns. With DeVante Parker and Jarvis Landry seemingly commanding the majority of Tannehill's attention week-to-week, Stills' appears to be heavily big play-dependent for his fantasy production to date this season.
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