Here's a look at some of the Browns' fantasy football options this week:
QB Colt McCoy was 40-of-61 for 350 yards and his pass attempts rank him with Drew Brees, Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady. However, they produce. He has no fantasy value.
In the past three games in which he has played, RB Peyton Hillis is averaging 24 utilizations (attempts plus targets) for only 91 offensive yards and 0.7 TDs per game. He's not playing like a No. 1, more like a flex position right now.
RB Montario Hardesty reverted to form in Week Four with 3.1 yards per carry but had nine targets in the passing game. Stash him until we see his role defined.
TE Benjamin Watson has 30 targets to Evan Moore's 12 and both have two TDs. Watson's the tight end who produces the yardage, making him the player to own.
Congratulations to WR Brian Robiskie (3-25-0), who has no fantasy value but caught his first passes of the season in Week Four.