Jacoby Brissett, QB (CLE)

Rushing touchdown in losing effort

Brissett completed 21 of 35 pass attempts for 234 yards and an interception while adding 16 yards and a touchdown on five carries in Sunday's 23-20 loss to Atlanta.

Brissett was able to bolster a lackluster passing effort with an impressive scramble for a touchdown. The veteran fill-in has done a commendable job through four weeks, completing 65 percent of his passes with a 4:2 TD:INT ratio while leading Cleveland to a 2-2 record. Brissett leaves a lot to be desired from a fantasy perspective, especially heading into a tough matchup against the Chargers' ferocious pass rush next Sunday.

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TE | CLE

Expected to play Sunday

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Big impact in win

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Anthony Schwartz

WR | CLE

Minimal role in win

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Harrison Bryant

Harrison Bryant

TE | CLE

Two touches in win

Bryant caught his lone target for six yards and had one carry for eight yards in Sunday's 27-14 win over Houston.

Jerome Ford

RB | CLE

Gets first carries

Ford had three carries for three yards and returned three kickoffs for 48 yards in Sunday's 27-14 win over the Texans.

Kareem Hunt

Kareem Hunt

RB | CLE

Tallies 74 total yards

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Amari Cooper

Amari Cooper

WR | CLE

Targeted nine times

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