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Browns fantasy report: Week 10

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By William Del Pilar

Here are some of the Browns' fantasy football options this week:                                                                         

This passing game is sputtering with RB injuries and pass-protection concerns and QB Colt McCoy is struggling. McCoy has no fantasy value and overall, the offense lacks field-stretching potential.

Both RB Peyton Hillis (hamstring) and Montario Hardesty (calf) are out. Look for Chris Ogbonnaya once again to see most of the carries, making him a flex play against the Rams.

The offense is sputtering and so is WR Greg Little's fantasy value. He has a three-game average of 3.67 catches for 30.7 yards and zero TDs. He has no fantasy value right now.

WR Mohamed Massaquoi (concussion) has been sent home multiple times this week and is all but ruled out for this week's game. What little fantasy value he had has since been lost.

WR Joshua Cribbs has a two-game average of 3.5 catches for 53 yards and one TD on four targets. With Massaquoi likely out, Cribbs will see more time and is a watch-list player.

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