This week's fantasy advice is full of good news and bad news for owners of Cleveland Browns players. The good news is that the Browns are facing one of the worst teams in the NFL in the St. Louis Rams. The bad news is that the Browns don't have many proven go-to players with both Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty declared out this week.
SB Nation's fantasy partner NumberFire does not paint a pretty picture for the Browns.
Chris Ogbonnaya - He rates as NumberFire's best player, but he is only expected to score 6.66 points.
Greg Little - He is the Browns' top rated receiver at 6.47 points, but he is only 128th overall.
Ben Watson - Watson might be a decent tight end play with some of the better ones on a bye week. He projects at just over six points.
Phil Dawson - He's a solid kicker and against a porous Rams defense he should have plenty of chances this week.
Colt McCoy - He rates as the 14th best quarterback, so he's a backup play at best.