The Browns have done well against the pass this season, as only 10 teams have surrendered fewer fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.It could to tough going for Flacco.
The Browns have allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to running backs, making Rice a strong play this week.
Pierce should not be considered a starter in this matchup with Ray Rice active.
You should start Smith every week, but this could be a tough matchup for him. He should see a heavy dose of Joe Haden.
Cleveland has been tough on opposing receivers, allowing the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to the position. Stay away from Brown this week.
Jones cannot be trusted in a game against a Cleveland team that has allowed the seventh fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Clark could be worth considering with six teams on bye this week. He has carved out a significant role in the Baltimore offense.
Tucker could be in for a lot of work against a Cleveland team that can put the clamps on Joe Flacco and the passing game.
Baltimore has allowed just five touchdowns total since giving up seven to Peyton Manning Week 1.
Campbell had a great debut with the Browns, throwing for 291 yards and two touchdowns in a tough matchup with the Chiefs. He's a sneaky QB2 this week.
McGahee had another lackluster performance last week, running for just 28 yards on nine carries. He should be firmly planted on your bench.
Gordon put up 132 yards and a score against one of the best defenses in the league last week. Owners should get him active on Sunday.
Bess got eight targets last week, but caught just three of them for 27 yards. He hasn't been able to put up numbers, despite consistent targets.
Cameron caught all four of his targets last week, racking up 81 yards. The Ravens have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Cundiff made his only field-goal attempt last week. He's now 12-for-14 on the season.
The Browns sacked Alex Smith six times last week and are worth a stream against the Ravens if you can get your hands on them this week.
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