Manuel had another rough game last week and now faces a Cleveland defense that ranks third against the pass.
Spiller picked up just 77 yards on 23 carries against the Ravens a week ago, and was outperformed by Fred Jackson yet again. I hate this week's matchup -- and quick turnaround -- for him. He's looking like a game-time decision.
Jackson once again did more damage with fewer touches than C.J. Spiller. This is not a very good matchup, though.
Johnson had his first down game in terms of targets last week. Even against a strong Cleveland secondary, he's a solid WR3 this week.
Woods caught four of his eight targets for 80 yards, scored one touchdown and almost had two. He has worked his way into fantasy relevance.
Chandler caught two passes for 28 yards last week and is far too inconsistent to consider as even a bye-week replacement.
Carpenter made three field goals last week, none from longer than 27 yards. I like his chances with Buffalo facing a strong Cleveland defense.
The Bills turned in an unexpected huge performance against the Ravens, picking off five passes and sacking Joe Flacco four times. If you're in dire straits, they could be worth streaming this week.
Brian Hoyer might be the second most popular person in Cleveland right now, trailing only Terry Francona. He could be a sneaky play this week.
McGahee ran for 46 yards on 15 carries last week. I could see using him as a flex this week.
Gordon had nine targets last week, catching four of them for 71 yards. If you own him, you should start him every week.
Bess had two catches for 25 yards last week. He's no more than the fourth option in this offense.
Another week, another huge performance for Cameron. He was the breakout player of the first month of the season.
Cundiff played through a slight calf injury last week and should be good to go against the Bills. Keep tabs on the inactives and dump him if need be.
Cleveland shut down in-state rival Cincinnati last week, limiting Andy Dalton to 4.9 yards per attempt. This is a great spot for another big performance.
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