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Here we go...
There hasn't been much reason to target players from the Browns in
recent memory but this year could change all of that. Expect big things
from this offense with Norv Turner as offensive coordinator. He's a got a
lot of toys he can play with to make things happen.
Trent Richardson - T-Rich is the ultimate fantasy football player. He can
catch passes, he gets all of the goal line touches, and there is nobody
behind him pushing for reps. With an offensive genius calling the
shots, the Alabama product should surpass his numbers from his rookie
campaign. He's unquestionably a number one fantasy back but beware his
injury history which dates back to his college days. He can absolutely
carry your fantasy team but could also destroy it if you fail to draft
other quality backs to fill out your roster.
Brandon Weeden - Head coach Rob Chudzinski just named Weeden the starting
quarterback going into the season (not much of a surprise there). He
may be the starter for Cleveland but I wouldn't feel comfortable with
him as my starter on my fantasy team. As of this time, he's more of a
fantasy backup. Give him a few weeks and that could all change. This
offense has all the makings of being explosive so Weeden is set up to
take that next step.
Josh Gordon - Although he's suspended for the first two weeks of the
season, Josh Gordon must be targeted. In fact, the suspension makes him a draft day bargain. I'd rather have Gordon sit on my
bench for two weeks and have him the final 15 weeks than not have
him at all. Yes he's a bit of a knucklehead but there's so much upside
and talent here that he cannot be ignored. If the Browns offense is
going to be high octane, Josh Gordon will be a major reason why. You can
get him later in drafts due to his suspension, but don't wait too long.
This sleeper pick from last season isn't a sleeper anymore.
Greg Little - How many times does Greg Little need to disappoint before
we as fantasy owners say enough is enough? While their is potential for a
breakout season here, the amount of drops coming from his hands has
become alarming. You would think he would take advantage of the two game
suspension of Gordon but I'm not buying into Greg Little anymore. He needs to prove he can hang onto the ball before
he ends up on any of my fantasy teams. I'd rather have the next receiver
on my Browns list in the absence of Gordon.
Davone Bess - To me, Bess is the better option over Little with the absence of the number one
receiver Josh Gordon in weeks one and two. He really shines in PPR formats and should see a ton
of targets while Gordon serves his suspension. I honestly wouldn't use a draft pick on Bess simply because he's more than likely
droppable once Gordon returns and you can pick him up off the waiver
wire. Use him the first two weeks and see what happens from there.
Jordan Cameron - Ever since his two touchdown preseason game, Cameron has
seen his ADP rise up draft boards. Once a sleeper tight end, he's no
longer unheard of. What makes Cameron so exciting is his offensive
coordinator. If anyone knows how to get the most out of his tight end
it's Norv Turner, and being a former basketball player doesn't hurt either.
(Consider what Turner did with Antonio Gates). He's tall and very athletic
which will make him a legitimate red zone target. It's still risky to draft
him as your only tight end but he could be starter worthy in no time at all.
Definitely an upside pick here.
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