Anderson was 12 for 29 for 99 yards with 0 TD and 1 INT against Green Bay. He should not be started under any circumstances, even as a flex option. He's got to be in danger of losing his job back to Brady Quinn. He has 2 TD and 7 INT on the year. He stinks worse than the stuff from the inside of an earring hole.
Lewis had 15 carries for 47 yards during the Packers dismantling of the Browns. He's had one good game this year against 4 stinkers. He hasn't gotten into the end zone and is an inadvisable start, even against a Bears run D that got smoked by Cedric Benson to the tune of 189 yards.
Massaquoi had only 1 catch for 22 yards against the Pack a week after catching 5 passes for 83 yards against the Steelers. He was a popular waiver wire pickup after exploding onto the scene with a 8 catch 148 yard performance Week 4. He's the No. 1 WR on the Browns but a No. 3 fantasy WR and an inadvisable start.
Cribbs only touched the ball twice other than on returns against the Pack, with 1 carry for 1 yard and 1 catch for -1 yards. He is the most exciting player on this team but has had trouble working his way towards fantasy relevance. Do not start.
Cutler had a lousy week against the Bengals going 26/37 with 1 TD and 3 INT, the week after getting a contract extension through 2013 with $20 million guaranteed. He's still considered a No. 1 option against the 24th ranked Browns pass D, but his 10 INT on the year are troubling to say the least.
Forte is fantasy's big 2009 bust. He had another lousy game against the Bengals, carrying 6 times for 24 yards and catching 3 passes for 25 yards. He's been over 100 yards only once and into the end zone only once. Cleveland's run D is 31st in the league and he could bust out this week, but he's, at best, a lower end No. 2 fantasy option based on performance.
Hester had his first 100-yard game of the season against the Bengals, getting 8 catches for 101 yards and a TD, his 3rd of the season. Consider him a No. 3 option, a good bye week guy against the Browns.
Knox caught 4 balls for 42 yards against the Bengals. The rookie wideout has been a preferred target of Cutler's all year and has 3 TDs to show for it, but his reception total 21 and 266 yards on the year are pedestrian at best. He's a low end No. 3 fantasy WR option.
Olsen caught 4 balls for 27 yards and had his TD streak ended at three games. He doesn't have the reception and yardage numbers that the elite TEs do, but is a decent option as a bye week replacement and is a favorite target of Cutler's in the Red Zone.
After getting absolutely exposed by Carson Palmer and the Bengals, the Bears D has seen better days. That said, the league's 16th ranked D in YPG is probably a decent option against the Browns, the 3rd lowest scoring team in the league.