QB Colt McCoy (knee) has a sprain but should start. He faces the Steelers, the top-ranked fantasy defense against opposing QBs over the past four weeks. He has no fantasy value.
RB Peyton Hillis (hip) is questionable to play against the Steelers. Before leaving last week's game, Hillis was not playing badly (12-45-0 rushing and 1-52-0 on two targets), and while he does not make a great start against the Steelers, he could be an injury fill-in.
RB Chris Ogbonnaya will share time with Montario Hardesty (calf), who is probable and will play. If Hillis can't go or falters, look for Hardesty to see most of the carries with Ogbonnaya backing him up. Neither player has fantasy value if Hillis plays.
TE Evan Moore (2-28-1 on three targets) had his best game since Week One. If two catches for 28 yards and one TD on three targets can be seen as someone's best, he has no fantasy value. Moore has a per game average of 1.75 catches for 16.25 yards and 0.25 TDs on 2.4 targets.