The Chargers just continue to roll along and this week it’s the Browns fans that will get a taste of what a real football team looks like. Temperatures for the game will be in the 30’s but weather.com predicts a clear day. Which projects well for fantasy football players.
Coming off a solid week vs. the Chiefs, I don’t expect big numbers from Rivers. The team will play with the lead most of the day. A solid first half will give you respectable points.
Projection – 225 yards and 2 TD’s
It’s obvious that Norv is limiting LT in hopes of having him healthy for the post season, if you are an LT owner that is a big disappointment. The Browns are horrible vs. the run and this will be a great chance for LT to get after it. Expect to see a lot of Tolbert and Hester in the 4th qtr.
Projection – 80 total yards and 1 TD
Someone wake this guy up! He is killing fantasy owners including your truly! VJ has a great match up, but need to start attacking the ball again like he was at the start of the season.
Projection – 80 yards
Floyd is still a soft play, the main reason is that the ball doesn’t come his direction enough. Great catch last week, I think he will give you his standard game this week.
Projection – 45 yards
FINALLY! It was about time Gates got into the end zone. Gates is the big benefactor with Jackson getting so much attention over the top. Expect more of the Antonio Gates show.
Projection – 85 yards and a TD
A monster game last week, I think you see the same this week. The Browns offense is a weak and even though the Chargers defense is wounded, it shouldn’t matter.
Projection – 13 points allowed, 3 sacks, 2 turnovers.
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