Cleveland Browns Stadium | Sunday, October 10 | 1:00 p.m. EST (FOX)
Pick: Falcons 30, Browns 10
235 pass yards, 2 pass TDRyan's numbers have been solid this season, though just outside of the fantasy elite. The Browns' secondary just gave up 371 yards passing to Cincinnati, so look for a good game out of Ryan.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 100 rush yards, 1 rush TDThough Jason Snelling has seen his role increase, Turner is still the workhorse. There should be enough carries to go around anyway, cementing Turner's weekly-starter status.
20 rush yardsSnelling returned to a more typical backup role last week, recording nine touches for 36 yards behind Michael Turner. He's still a must-own for Turner owners and could be an option in deeper fantasy leagues.
5 rec, 100 yards, 1 TDWhite has been one of the most consistent targets in fantasy football. It's tough to argue with 32 receptions for 362 yards and two touchdowns through four games.
2 rec, 30 yardsJenkins (shoulder) had returned to practice late last week before being deactivated for Sunday's game. Double check his status before returning him to your lineup, but he should take back the No. 2 role if he's healthy.
2 rec, 25 yardsDouglas had his best game of the season last week, catching three passes for 59 yards and a touchdown. If Michael Jenkins (shoulder) returns, however, be sure to downgrade Douglas.
5 rec, 60 yards, 1 TDGonzalez had another solid week despite not finding the end zone. His seven catches were a nice bonus in PPR leagues, and 12 targets suggest that he still is a big part of the offense. There?s no reason to take him out of your lineup at this point.
3 PATs, 3 FGsBryant has now made 10 straight field goals after missing his first of the season. He's on pace for 44 attempts this season, which is more than enough to keep Bryant in your starting lineup.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleCleveland's offense isn't very daunting, especially through the air. Atlanta will be a safe play this week.
120 pass yards, 15 rush yards, 1 INTJake Delhomme (ankle) was available to play last week as the team's third quarterback, so a return looks possible this week. However, Seneca Wallace will probably keep the reins after beating the Bengals last week.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 60 rush yards, 1 rush TDHillis had 27 carries last week to Jerome Harrison's zero, firmly establishing himself as the workhorse in Cleveland. The Browns will ride him as much as they can, especially if Jake Delhomme (ankle) is out another week.
35 rush yardsHarrison was available to play, but did not touch the ball once during last week's win over Cincinnati. The coaches have said they will ride the hot hand, and that is clearly Peyton Hillis at the moment.
4 rec, 45 yardsMassaquoi has just four total receptions as the Browns continue to emphasize the ground game in Jake Delhomme's absence. If Delhomme is able to return this week, Massaquoi value will get a boost, but he's still not a worthy fantasy option this week.
3 rec, 40 yardsNone of the Browns' receivers have proven they can be consistent weekly producers, especially not Cribbs who is as boom-or-bust as they come. The Falcons will be a tough matchup as well.
2 rec, 25 yardsWatson has developed into the team's most consistent pass catcher, with 15 receptions over the past three games. Jake Delhomme's return would mean more looks downfield for other targets. In the meantime, Watson is a nice option to have on your bench.
1 PAT, 1 FGDawson has just six field-goal attempts this season and he has made four of them. While projecting kickers is tricky business, there isn't much to like about Dawson this week, or any for that matter.
1 sack, 1 FumbleCleveland isn't worth fantasy consideration most weeks, especially not against a Falcons offense that is moving the ball well at the moment.
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