150 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 15 rush yards, 1 INTMcCoy turned in respectable first start to his NFL career, throwing for 281 yards, one touchdown and two picks against Pittsburgh. Either Jake Delhomme or Seneca Wallace may be ready to play this week. Still, whoever starts isn't much of a fantasy option.
3 rec, 30 rec yards, 55 rush yards, 1 rush TDHillis failed to score last week for the first time all season, but he still received plenty of touches in the running and passing game so there's no cause for concern. He's safe to keep in your starting lineup against a mediocre Saints run defense.
4 rec, 50 yardsMohamed Massaquoi and Josh Cribbs could both be out this week after sustaining concussions against the Steelers, moving Stuckey to No. 1 on the depth chart. He is definitely worth a look this week in deeper leagues.
1 rec, 20 yardsIf Cribbs and Mohamed Massaquoi cannot play due to concussions suffered last week, Brian Robiskie should see a much expanded role. The QB situation is dire however, making none of the Browns' receivers a viable weekly option.
4 rec, 50 yards, 1 TDWatson is the only trustworthy part of the Browns' passing attack, catching two touchdowns and averaging 5.5 receptions in his last four games. He's worth weekly starting consideration, even considering the mess at quarterback.
2 PATs, 1 FGDawson has made six straight field goals after going 0-for-2 to start the season. Still, he has attempted just one field goal in all but one game, and should be out of your starting lineup by this point.
1 sack, 1 FumbleThe Browns are 21st in the league giving up 229 yards passing per game. The Saints' offense is fifth with a 270 passing yards per-game clip. Drop Cleveland if you haven't yet.
250 pass yards, 2 pass TDBrees' Week 5 performance rightfully scared fantasy owners, but he bounced back nicely last week with three touchdowns to one interception against Tampa Bay. He should beat up on another bad secondary this weekend.
2 rec, 15 rec yards, 10 rush yardsThomas has now missed three straight games with an ankle injury, and is iffy again for Week 7. If he can return, expect a limited role with Chris Ivory seeing plenty of action once again.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 55 rush yards, 1 rush TDIvory seemingly seized the reins of the Saints' running game with Pierre Thomas out a third-straight week with an ankle injury. At the moment, he looks like the back to own as long as Thomas is rehabbing.
7 rec, 80 yardsColston owners haven't seen the big numbers they would prefer out of a receiver of his caliber. He is certainly hurt by Drew Brees' tendency to spread the ball around. Still, he's a good WR2 or WR3 option most weeks, and especially against Cleveland.
3 rec, 70 yards, 1 TDDrew Brees isn't afraid to target Moore in any situation, especially in the end zone where Moore has four receptions this season. Still, he doesn't see enough targets in a crowded receiving corps to warrant a starting fantasy slot every week.
3 rec, 40 yardsMeacham caught a touchdown pass for a second straight week against the Bucs, and finally appears to be approaching 100 percent following offseason foot surgery. He can be had cheaply off wires in many leagues too, so definitely give him a look.
3 rec, 35 yards, 1 TDShockey has seen five targets in every game since Week 1, so he's definitely worth considering on a per-matchup basis. This week's game against the Browns is a favorable one, so definitely consider Shockey if you need bye-week stopgap.
4 PATs, 1 FGIn his first game back as the Saints' starting kicker, Hartley missed again, this time from 33 yards. He's just 5-for-9 on the year, but is still worth consideration with the Saints' offense picking up steam.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 TDThe Saints will load the run against the Browns in order to force a shaky quarterback (whoever it is) to take their chances throwing. It could be a decent day for a surprisingly stout New Orleans defense.
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