Here's a look at the Browns' top fantasy football options for Sunday's game against the Dolphins:
QB Colt McCoy is a quality starter in two quarterback leagues. He's averaging 212 yards and 1.5 TDs per game. The Dolphins are allowing quarterbacks 373.5 yards and three touchdowns per game.
The Dolphins' secondary can't stop anyone and could be without top CB Vontae Davis, who is hobbled by a hamstring injury. Miami has allowed opposing wideouts 240 yards and 1.5 TDs per game. WR Mohammed Massaquoi has been averaging 6.5 targets for three catches for 61 yards.
WR Greg Little is coming along and McCoy has pointed out that Little is a playmaker and they're trying to get him the ball. He's still a bench player but monitor him, he could pay dividends later.
Red-zone touchdowns in Cleveland make me think of TE Evan Moore. He has two red-zone TDs this season, and the Dolphins are allowing opposing tight ends to tally 112 yards and 1.5 touchdowns per game.