Campbell sat out last week after suffering a concussion against the Steelers. Count on him to look for Josh Gordon early and often.
Ogbonnaya took a back seat to Willis McGahee last week, but he could be more of a factor if the Browns are forced to throw a bunch to try to keep up with New England.
McGahee ran for 57 yards and a score on 14 carries last week. He's still no better than a low-end RB3.
Gordon had 10 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns last week and has a ridiculous 498 yards and three scores the last two weeks.
Cameron had just four catches for 43 yards in a great matchup last week. He has been a major disappointment after his huge first month.
Cundiff missed his only field-goal attempt last week and is 16-for-20 on the year.
The Browns allowed 30 points to the Jaguars last week, though three turnovers from the offense didn't help. You can't possibly play them against the Patriots.
Brady is back. He threw for 371 yards and two touchdowns last week, and now has 1,023 yards and six scores in his last three games. Expect a big game from him this week.
Vereen is the only New England back I'd trust as a starter this week. He had 15 touches for 75 yards and a score a week ago.
Blount will benefit if Stevan Ridley is inactive again, but the New England backfield is a total crapshoot.
Bolden's role should remain the same this week, but the New England backfield is way too much of a crapshoot to trust anyone other than Shane Vereen.
Ridley was a healthy scratch last week and should not be played in fantasy leagues even if he is active this week.
Amendola had five catches for 54 yards last week, but was once again upstaged by Julian Edelman.
Edelman had his second consecutive big game, catching nine passes for 101 yards. He's still too inconsistent to trust.
Dobson was inactive a week ago and would be an extremely risky play if he were to suit up this week.
Thompkins will benefit with Aaron Dobson inactive again, but he is no longer a fantasy option.
Gronk had six catches for 127 yards and a touchdown last week. You know what to do here.
Gostkowski went 2-for-3 on field-goal attempts last week and is now 28-for-30 on the season.
The Patriots have struggled against the run since losing Vince Wilfork, but the Browns don't present that sort of challenge. New England can be streamed with confidence this week.
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