Dalton was gifted a couple short fields thanks to takeaways and made them count, racking up 235 yards (8.4 YPA) and two scores. Cleveland will test him.
Bernard racked up 99 yards from scrimmage and a TD against the Packers. He has my weekly stamp of approval.
Green-Ellis split carries with Giovani Bernard right down the middle and gained 21 fewer yards. His days are numbered.
After two straight quiet weeks for Green, I'm betting he shows up in a big way against the Browns, no matter who lines up across from him.
Sanu led the team with 68 yards last week and is looking more and more like a guy you can plug in as a replacement if byes hit you hard.
Gresham got five targets but didn't do much with them, catching four passes for 27 yards. He shouldn't be trusted as a starter.
Eifert got just two targets to Jermaine Gresham's five last week. Right now, it's impossible to trust either of them as a starter.
Nugent missed his only field goal attempt and had an extra point blocked last week. Not the best day at the office.
Cincinnati surrendered 30 points to the Packers, but limited Aaron Rodgers to 5.7 YPA and made enough plays to have a big fantasy day. That will continue in Cleveland.
After being made the butt of many jokes during the week, Hoyer threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns in the Browns' first win of the season. He still shouldn't be anywhere near your roster,
The Browns signed McGahee last week, and he led the team in carries on Sunday. He's the only back on this team worth owning.
Gordon debuted with a bang last week, catching 10 passes for 146 yards and a TD. The Bengals feature a much better defense than do the Vikings, though.
Bess had 10 targets last week, and with the Browns likely to trail in most games this year, he could be a sneaky play if and when the bye weeks bite you.
So much for Josh Gordon cutting into Cameron's production. They both starred last week, with Cameron catching three TD passes. Start him every week.
Cundiff had to leave last week's game with a calf injury, but he's expected to play against the Bengals on Sunday.
Don't be fooled by the 27 points allowed to the Vikings last week. Cleveland effectively shut down Adrian Peterson and did a much better job against Christian Ponder than the Bears did the prior week.
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