Five potential shadow situations in Week 4

In this week's Shadow Report, Mike Clay checks in on which wide receivers were shadowed last week and projects a few shadow matchups for this weekend's slate of games.

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(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Five potential shadow situations in Week 4


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  • Ridgeback

    Even though Steve Smith will be highly owned I really don’t see anything in that Pitt secondary that could slow him down much. I would also say Pitt’s run D has really been their only strength so Flacco may throw more (and actually have time to throw) too.