Quinn was solid in his first pro start last week against Denver, completing 23-of-35 passes for 239 yards and two TDs. This is now his job going forward and he should excel, even if the Browns keep losing. He's a poised second-year QB who will do fine down the stretch, so grab him if you need QB help and don't be afraid to start him this week on the road as the Bills rank 16th vs. the pass.
Lewis scored his fourth rushing TD of the season last week against Denver and is on pace for another 1,000-yard season. He finished with 60 yards on 19 carries and now goes against a Bills' defense that has allowed 11 rushing TDs thus far. The Bills rank 15th vs. the run, but the addition of a stronger QB should open up running lanes for Lewis this week on the road.
Edwards continued his disappointing ways this season as he finished last week's game vs. Denver with just one catch for 15 yards. Brady Quinn targeted him early and then grew more comfortable with Kellen Winslow Jr. Edwards has been a fantasy bust, and even the QB change doesn't seem like it will help him.
Stallworth had his best game as a Brown last week vs. Denver, catching four passes for 48 yards. He is getting better with each game and could be a factor for owners in Point-Per-Reception leagues this week.
For the first time this year, Winslow was the beast all fantasy owners expected to see week in and week out as he torched the Broncos with 10 catches for 111 yards and two TDs. Quinn locked on him often, and Winslow didn't disappoint, catching one tough pass after another. He's ready for another dominant game, so keep him in your starting lineup.
Edwards has fallen on hard times recently, and the Bills and fantasy owners have fallen with him. During his last three games, Edwards has thrown five interceptions and just two TDs. Last week the Patriots befuddled him into completing just 13-of-23 passes for 120 yards, one TD and two INTs. The Browns, however, rank 21st in pass defense and should be an easier defense to beat this week.
The Bills have really struggled with the running game this year, but Lynch still has six rushing TDs on the season and he should have a breakout game this week against a Browns' defense that ranks 26th against the run. Look for the Bills to emphasize the running game this week, with Lynch posting his best totals of the season.
Evans was held in check by the Patriots last week, failing to catch a TD pass for the third straight week and collecting just two passes for 22 yards. But look for Evans to bust out this week as the Browns rank 26th vs. the pass.
Reed still hasn't found the end zone this year and is nothing more than a possession receiver for the Bills who doesn't get enough targets to warrant consideration in fantasy football. Leave him on your bench this week.