- It was the Todd Gurley show with 128 yards and two touchdowns on the ground plus four catches for 35 yards. He might be the top running back in dynasty.
- Receiver Tavon Austin continues to give some value as a WR3/4 with four catches for 43 yards while leading the team in targets with seven. He’s finally being used as he should and it’s paying off, slowly but surely.
- The running game is a mess with three players getting between five and eight carries. No one there is worth monitoring for dynasty purposes.
- One of the few bright spots this season has been tight end Gary Barnidge. He had six catches for 101 yards. He’s in his last year of his current contract so it remains to be seen if he stays in Cleveland. But if so, he could keep these numbers up beyond this season.