Campbell takes over as the starter after Brandon Weeden had a terrible day in Green Bay, throwing for just 149 yards and 3.5 YPA. It could be worse for Campbell in Kansas City.
McGahee has 76 yards on 21 carries the last two weeks. He absolutely cannot be started against the Chiefs unless you're devoid of other options.
Gordon had a rough outing against the Packers, catching just two passes for 21 yards. I'd start him this week, but understand the Browns could be in for a long day.
Bess got six targets last week, but caught just two of them for 11 yards. You don't want any part of him this week.
Cameron got back in the end zone last week, catching seven passes for 55 yards and a score. You're starting him no matter what, even in this tough matchup.
Cundiff went 2-for-2 on field goals last week, but this is a nightmare matchup for the Browns.
You didn't expect much out of them in Green Bay last week, right? Good. Same goes for this week. The Chiefs know how to protect the ball and their quarterback.
Smith can only be considered in the most beneficial of matchups. This would not fit the description.
Charles has gone over 100 total yards and scored at least once every single week this year. The streak will continue against the Browns.
Bowe had five catches for 66 yards last week, which no doubt encourages his fantasy owners. That in and of itself is a sad commentary on his season.
Avery caught three passes for 33 yards last week. Even with six teams on bye, I would not consider him a starter.
Fasano returned last week after missing four games. He should not yet be considered in fantasy leagues.
Succop got just one field goal attempt against last week, a chippy from 22 yards out. He's 12-for-14 on the season.
Brandon Weeden in Arrowhead Stadium? The Chiefs could put up huge numbers on Sunday.