Roethlisberger had a monster day against the Lions, throwing for 367 yards and four touchdowns. He's a worthwhile start again this week.
Bell had a rough day against the strong Detroit front four, but he was able to soften the blow by catching four passes for 52 yards. He should be started against a Cleveland team that is in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed to running backs.
Brown had a huge day last week, but he should see a heavy dose of Joe Haden on Sunday.
Cotchery had three catches for 48 yards and a score last week, but shouldn't be considered against the Browns.
Sanders got just two targets last week in a injury-shortened appearance last week and seems to be running third on the depth chart, at best.
Miller had eight catches for 67 yards last week and can be thought of as a low-end TE1 this week.
Suisham made all three of his field-goal attempts again last week and is now 22-for-24 on the season.
The Steelers haven't been much of a fantasy defense this season, but they could be a decent stop on the defense carousel against the Browns.
Campbell struggled for the first time this season, throwing three picks against the Bengals. He's a mid-tier QB2 this week.
Ogbonnaya totaled 99 yards from scrimmage last week and could be an interesting player if the coaches let him overtake Willis McGahee on the depth chart.
McGahee ran for 13 yards on six carries and should only be owned out of obligation.
Gordon caught five balls for 125 yards and a touchdown against the Bengals. Start him with confidence each and every week.
Cameron caught six passes for 29 yards last week. Start him as usual, despite the fact that his production has really slowed.
Cundiff made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is now 15-for-17 on the season.
The Browns actually played pretty well against the Bengals, but were victimized by their own offense. They're a fringe play this week.
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