Travis Benjamin- Limited in Practice
Jacoby Jones- Out
Bernard Pierce- Limited in Practice
Trent Richardson remains the only viable starter in Cleveland. After a shot to the solar plexus of his owners in week one, he will return to form in week two with 130 combo yards and a touchdown.
The passing game is a complete mess. It is obvious that someone resembling an NFL quarterback filled in for Weeden during the preseason because week one was...well…yuck. It won't be any less yucky this week as Weeden will struggle to find 200 yards and a touchdown is no sure thing.
Jordan Cameron is the best play in the passing game. He should come away with 70-80 yards. There are retired receivers who are better fantasy options then Davone Bess and Greg Little.
Kicker Billy Cundiff belongs on your bench, but the Cleveland defense should keep the game close.
It took a week for the dizziness to subside after the opening game against the Broncos. You might say the defending champs were a little thunder struck. Flacco will have a solid game in the air 315ish yards but will struggle finding the end zone.
Ray Rice is an every week play and his 130 combo yards and a touchdown is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Torrey Smith will come close to 100 yards receiving and Marlon Brown is a sneaky add in leagues.
Justin Tucker should net double digit points (mostly field goals), and the defense should eat up Weeden and the Browns.