With Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson both out for the rest of the season, Dorsey will take over the reins at QB. The former University of Miami standout hasn't completed a pass since 2005 and has competed in only two NFL games in the last three seasons. He's not a worthy pickup for the stretch run as the Browns have run out of options to win this year.
With the passing game now in turmoil, look for the Browns to once again give RB Jamal Lewis 20-plus carries against a Titans' run defense that ranks 12th in the NFL. The lack of a proven QB is going to really hurt Lewis's value down the stretch, but he's their only real option right now so it's worth it to keep him in your starting lineup for Week 14.
The lack of a proven downfield passer is going to hurt Edwards as Dorsey won't be able to throw the deep pass. It's been a horrible season already for Edwards as he was limited to just two catches for 36 yards by the Colts last week even before Anderson left the game. It's reasonable to start Edwards this week, but another bad week is in store.
Steptoe had one catch for three yards last week and now has one catch in each of his last four games. It's easy to do his projection this week, but please make sure he's not on your roster going forward.
With Kellen Winslow Jr. out this week with a high ankle sprain, Heiden will start at TE, with Martin Rucker also getting a look in passing situations. Heiden had some good games when Winslow was out earlier this year and he will be a safe target for Dorsey this week. He's not a bad play if you're weak at TE.
The Browns' defense was solid last week as it forced three turnovers against the Colts, but the offense was nowhere to be found as the Browns lost 10-6. Don't expect any production from this defense this week against a solid Titans' offense.
With the running game rolling easily at Detroit last week, Collins just had to manage the game and his fantasy results were miniscule at best. He completed just 11-of-18 passes for 127 yards and no TDs after throwing six TD passes in the three previous games. Expect little production this week vs. Cleveland as the Titans will roll once again on the ground.
Johnson should top the 1,000-yard mark this week, as he is just 42 yards short after topping 100 yards last week for the third time this year. Johnson torched the Lions on Thanksgiving Day for 125 yards and two TDs on only 16 carries and will do the same this week to a Browns' run defense that ranks 26th in the NFL vs. the run. Start CJ again and get ready for some big results.
White joined Chris Johnson with a 100-yard rushing game last week at Detroit, his second 100-plus yard game of the season. With a big lead, White was given the ball 23 times for 106 yards and two TDs, one week after he touched the ball just once against the Jets. Look for another big game from White as the Browns allow over 141 yards per game on the ground.
Jones was held to just one catch for six yards last week at Detroit as the Titans built a big lead and didn't need to pass the ball. Jones now has just seven catches for 69 yards in the last three games and isn't a recommended fantasy play this week against Cleveland.
Gage was held to just two catches for 40 yards last week at Detroit as the Titans jumped out to an early lead and the same scenario will happen this week with Cleveland in town. Don't start any Tennessee WR this week.
McCareins had two catches for 43 yards last week at Detroit as the Titans threw only 18 times. Look for the same scenario this week against Cleveland as the Titans will ground out a win, leaving the wideouts invaluable in Week 14.
Scaife was held to one catch for eight yards last week at Detroit and he now has only six catches for 76 yards in the last three games. The Titans won't throw the ball much this week, but Scaife should be good for one red zone score.
Bironas had a season-high 17 points last week at Detroit as he converted all four FG attempts and five PATs. He now has 104 points this season and should reach double digits again with an easy matchup vs. Cleveland.