Anderson looked like the 2007 version during Monday night's upset win over the Giants as he completed 18-of-29 passes for 310 yards and two TDs. He stuck in the pocket confidently and avoided any miscues as the Browns carved up the previously unbeaten Giants. The task doesn't get any easier this week as the Browns travel to Washington where the Redskins rank 13th against the pass. Don't expect another upset win in Week 7.
Lewis scored a rushing touchdown for the second week in a row and had 20+ carries for the second week in a row as the Browns improved to 2-3 on Monday night with a win over the Giants. Lewis rushed for 88 yards and a TD against the Giants on 21 tough carries. He faces another tough assignment this week as the Redskins rank sixth against the run, allowing less than 84 yards rushing a game, but Lewis will break through for a score again.
Backup Harrison had 67 yards on just four touches against the Giants as he provides a speed option to the Browns' backfield. He still doesn't get enough touches to warrant consideration in your lineup, but if anything happens to Lewis then Harrison will get the call.
Where have you been all this time, Braylon Edwards? On Monday night, Edwards topped his seasonal totals with five catches for 154 yards and a TD. Before then, he had less than 100 yards receiving in four games. He abused CB Aaron Ross and set the tone for the upset win. Let's see if this was a one game wonder or if he can do it again.
Stallworth was back in the starting lineup last week after missing the four previous games with a quadriceps injury and he caught two passes for 19 yards. He was targeted seven times and almost had a TD catch, so expect better numbers going forward as he takes some of the pressure off Edwards.
Winslow was hospitalized for three days last weekend and missed Monday's game, but he should return to the starting lineup this week. Steve Heiden had five catches in his absence against the Giants, but look for Winslow to step up this week.
The Browns picked off Eli Manning three times on Monday night and scored a defensive touchdown on Eric Wright's interception as the Browns now have 9 INTs on the season. Don't expect similar results this week, however.
Campbell still hasn't thrown an interception this year -- the last starting QB to say that -- but he also has just six TD passes in six games and none over the last two weeks. He should have eaten up the Rams last week and instead finished 18-of-26 for 208 yards and 0 TDs. Now he goes against an aggressive Browns' pass defense that ranks 13th overall after picking off Eli Manning three times. Expect a better performance this week, but not much better as the Redskins will pound the ball on the ground.
Portis posted his third straight 100-yard rushing game last week against St. Louis as he received 20-pluws carries for the sixth straight game. He finished with 129 yards rushing and two TDs, giving him six TDs on the season. He now faces a Browns' run defense that ranks 25th and allows 137 yards rushing per game. Look for the good numbers to continue for another week.
With Ladell Betts sidelined 2-4 weeks with a sprained knee, newly signed Shaun Alexander will serve as Portis' backup. Considering he hasn't played since last year, we wouldn't expect much more than a breather or two worth of touches.
One week after being held without a catch, Moss was limited to just two catches for 22 yards against a poor Rams' defense. What's up with that? Defenses are definitely rolling their safeties to his side and forcing Antwaan Randle El to beat them. It makes sense and could lead to more bad numbers for Moss going forward.
With defenses doubling up on Moss, Randle El is getting more targets each week and is on pace to set career receiving records. He already has 26 catches for 306 yards in six games and will continue to excel as the No. 2 wideout in this offense. Just be ready for lesser production this week as the Redskins will pound the ball on the ground against the Browns.
One week after his first 100-yard receiving game of the season, Cooley was held to five catches for 57 yards against the Rams. He will be a featured target this week and should return to paydirt in Week 7.