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Browns fantasy report: Week Two

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By William Del Pilar

Here's a look at the Browns' top fantasy football options for Sunday's game against the Colts:

You can't start QB Colt McCoy, although he did show promise against the Bengals in Week One, completing 19-of-40 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns. However, against the Colts this week, the team will lean on RB Peyton Hillis.

Hillis has a great matchup this week against a Colts run defense that allowed the Texans to rush for 167 yards and two touchdowns. Hillis makes a great No. 1 fantasy back.

WR Mohamed Massaquoi was targeted seven times against Cincy, making three receptions for 77 yards. However, his 56-yard reception was on a blown coverage. Let's see consistency from him before playing him.

TEs Benjamin Watson (3-45-1) and Evan Moore (3-35-1) had a combined 13 targets for six receptions, 80 yards and two TDs. They're cannibalizing each other, making them both a bench until one of them separates himself.

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