Campbell has played great in his two starts for the Browns and can be considered a mid-tier QB2 against a Cincinnati defense that has surrendered the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
McGahee hasn't shown a thing since the Browns signed him and absoultely should not be started going up against the Bengals.
Ogbonnaya is a decent receiver out of the backfield for the Browns, but he isn't a fantasy option for anyone.
With the Cleveland run game in shambles and the Bengals one of the league's best at stopping the run, look for Gordon to push up to 12 targets, and possibly beyond.
You're not even thinking about Bess, but if you need another reason to stay away consider that the Bengals have allowed the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Bengals have been relatively tough on opposing tight ends, but that shouldn't stop you from starting Cameron, week in, week out one of the five best at the position.
Going up against the strong Cincinnati defense, the potential is there for Cundiff to have a good game, but I don't think it will happen.
The Browns are not my favorite defense this week, but given Andy Dalton's recent struggles they should be started in most leagues.
Dalton struggled for the second week in a row after three huge games. Now he goes up against a Cleveland defense allowing the 11th-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Consider him a fringe QB1.
Bernard had another big day as a dual-threat running back, and can be trusted in every matchup.
Green-Ellis got just nine carries for 36 yards last week. His role in the offense is simply too erratic to trust him.
Green had a huge day thanks to a 51-yard TD reception on a hail Mary. Don't even think about sitting him, even though he had seven catches for just 51 yards against the Browns in their first meeting.
Jones had one reception for two yards last week, though he did have seven targets. You shouldn't be considering him against a team like the Browns.
Eifert caught three passes for 55 yards with Jermaine Gresham out. If he's the sole active tight end again, he'd be worth consideration.
Nugent is a low-end fantasy kicker, having made just 13 of his 17 field-goal attempts on the season.
The Bengals proved their mettle without Geno Atkins last week and are a solid play against the Browns.
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