While scoring continues to remain up so do injuries to key players. The guys tackle the tough question of whether it is time for Fantasy owners to part ways with Michael Vick? Kind of a YES/NO answer from the guys. Steven thinks you sell while he still has perceived value. Jeff suggests waiting one more week since he has a favorable match-up against the San Francisco 49ers.

Significant injuries coming out of Week 4: Titans, WR, Kenny Britt is the biggest blow as he is now out for the season. Jets, QB, and GQ cover boy Mark Sanchez has a newly broken nose which is not expected to affect his play. Speaking of Eagles, QB Mike Vick, this week’s injury is to his right hand. Cardinals, RB, Beanie Wells was a surprise late scratch due to a hamstring injury. And in Houston, RB, Arian Foster is still nursing his hamstring and needs to be watched closely.

In our HOT Waiver Wire PickUps for Week 4 we start with the quarterback position and note that Matt Hasselbeck has been a top QB all season with some of the most consistent numbers. Don’t be scared off by the loss of Kenny Brit. In the running back department the guys call out KC’s Thomas Jones as a guy to get carries in the absence of Jamaal Charles. Redskins, RB Roy Helu became relevant in last night’s game against the Cowboys as Skins coach, Mike Shanahan stopped giving the ball to Hightower for stretches of time. On the wide-out front your buddies tell you that Titans, WR, Nate Washington should have already been owned, but especially now that Kenny Britt is injured. Also interesting is Ravens rookie Torrey Smith who had a monster break-out game before injuring his hamstring. Keep an eye on him.

In Fantasy Football for James bye weeks and playing out tough seasons are talked about. Bye weeks start next in week 5 so it’s time to start thinking ahead and getting ready. Don’t be the guy to wait until the last minute. If there is a move you can make now. Do it. Jeff confesses that he has a horrible team that is 0-3, in 12th place and has zero chance of making the playoffs. Fantasy football etiquette states you play hard in your league until the end.