Fantasy Player Projections
Invesco Field | Sunday, September 20 | 4:15 p.m. EST (CBS)
Pick: Broncos 14, Browns 10
160 pass yards, 1 INTQuinn's numbers might look nicer if a long touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards hadn't been reversed, but he's still a mediocre fantasy quarterback option at best.
105 rush yards, 1 rush TDComing off a difficult afternoon against one of the best rushing defenses ih the business, expect Lewis to rebound strong.
4 rec, 60 yardsMany hoped Edwards would bounce bock nicely following a ho-hum 2008 season. The porous Denver defense gives him a perfect opportunity to break out.
4 rec, 50 yardsIt's just not worth investing in Browns wide receivers until Quinn shows he's got the stuff to move the offense with any regularity.
2 rec, 15 yardsPrimarily a return specialist, Cribbs' role in the Cleveland offense is fleeting at best.
3 rec, 35 yardsThe heir apparent to Kellen Winslow is becoming one of Quinn's favorite targets.
1 PAT, 1 FGCleveland's iffy offense doesn't give Dawson the opportunities he needs to log significant points.
2 sacks, 1 INTFour sacks and a touchdown last week against the Vikings. But they otherwise resembled a sieve. There's no reason they should be your starting defense.
165 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 1 INTOrton, who played poorly in Week 1, is a sleeper for Week 2 due to a favorable matchip against the Browns.
75 rush yards, 1 rush TDThe rookie scatback hopes to rebound from an abysmal debut and he should.
70 rush yardsHe'll get limited reps but is certainly capable of breaking a big play, as you saw throughout his time in Phillly.
5 rec, 70 yardsThe Broncos' de factor WR1 should continue to thrive in Week 2.
5 rec, 70 yards, 1 TDLook for the troubled wide receiver to get on the scoreboard in Week 2. He's just too good to fade into obscurity.
1 rec, 10 yardsHis miracle game-winning touchdown in Week 1 aside, Stokely isn't worth a roster spot much less an acutal start.
4 rec, 15 yardsThe Broncos' tight end is a lower-tier option at tight end. Stay clear of him.
2 PATsHe nailed field goals of 48 and 50 yards, but might not be worth a roster spot with Denver's offense a shell of its old self.
2 sacks, 1 INTThey're just not worth it. Yes, they only surrendered seven points, but stay away.