It was a bit of a surprise when Rob Chudzinski announced Hoyer, and not Jason Campbell, as the starter in place of Brandon Weeden. Not that it really matters in fantasy leagues.
Ogbonnaya will likely get the first shot at the job with Trent Richardson in Indy, but ultimately Willis McGahee is likely to take over.
Rainey hasn't had a carry yet this season, but that will change with Trent Richardson in Indy. He still isn't a factor in fantasy, though. He's likely running behind Chris Ogbonnaya and the newly signed Willis McGahee.
Gordon is back after missing the first two games due to suspension. It'll be interesting to see how he and Jordan Cameron coexist.
Little had 12 targets last week, giving him 22 for the year. With Josh Gordon back, the Browns have already said Little will give way to Davone Bess and be their third receiver.
With Josh Gordon back, Bess will likely lose what little fantasy value he had.
Remember that Josh Gordon missed the first two games in which Cameron starred. He's still a weekly starter, but we'll have to see how the two of them fit together.
Cundiff made a 51-yard field goal last week, but he's impossible to trust given the state of Cleveland's offense.
The Browns had another very impressive showing, holding the Ravens to 14 points and allowing Joe Flacco just 6.4 yards per attempt. They're a great play against the Vikings.
Ponder played very well in the second half against the Bears, though the surface numbers don't necessarily bear that out. Still, he should not be trusted against Cleveland.
The Bears made Peterson work for every yard, and though he hit the century mark, it took him 26 carries to get there. It won't be much easier against the Browns.
Jennings caught five passes for 84 yards against the Bears, but he's still no more than a WR3 for the rest of the season.
Simpson came crashing back to earth last week, catching two passes for 49 yards. That's his reality for the rest of the season.
Rudolph caught three of the six passes thrown his way last week, totaling 42 yards and a score. If you own him, you shoudld be starting him every week.
The Vikings bogged down in the red zone three times last week, resulting in three chip shots for Walsh. He could get lucky again with a strong Cleveland defense in town.
The Vikings allowed 24 offensive points to the Bears and gave up another huge game to a running back, this time to Matt Forte. Against Cleveland, however, the Vikings are a decent stream option.