It took Weeden 53 pass attempts to throw for 289 yards. That should tell you pretty much all you need to know about his fantasy prospects, at least until wideout Josh Gordon returns.
The Dolphins shut Richardson down last week, as he ran for just 47 yards on 13 carries. He'll show up this week, keeping the Browns in the game before the Ravens put them away.
Bess caught five passes for 47 yards a week ago, but this isn't a guy you want in your starting lineup.
Little had 10 targets last week, but he was only able to catch four of them for 26 yards. This week won't be much better.
Cameron justified all the preseason hype, catching nine passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. He should be counted on as a weekly starter.
The lack of movement by the offense will again mean a lack of scoring opportunities for Cundiff.
The Browns defense played well in a loss to the Dolphins, notching four sacks and completely shutting down the run game. They'll make it tough on the Ravens this week.
The huge second-half deficit forced Flacco to put the ball in the air 62 times. The lack of receiving options on this team could present a problem down the road.
Rice ran for just 36 yards on 12 carries, but he found the end zone and caught eight passes for 35 yards. He'll keep on getting 20-plus touches per game, giving him an awfully high floor.
So long as Ray Rice is healthy, Pierce will not be worth considering in fantasy leagues.
Smith will have plenty of opportunity this year, though it was a bit odd that just eight of Flacco's 62 passes were thrown in his direction in Week 1.
With Jacoby Jones out with a knee injury, Brown will step into a starting role. Keep an eye on him this week.
He had a few ugly drops, but Clark finished last week's game with seven receptions for 87 yards. He'll have to show that's legit before he can be recommended for fantasy ownership.
A strong Cleveland defense will mean good news for Tucker owners. Look for him to convert all four of his field goal attempts.
The Ravens were absolutely cut down by the Peyton Manning buzzsaw last week. Brandon Weeden won't be nearly as formidable.