By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Thu, Nov 12th 2020, 7:05am EST
So much for the boom-or-bust receiver that many viewed him as coming into the season, eh? Fuller has been a top-36 wide receiver in 7-of-8 games this year, including top-15 performances in three of his last five games. The emergence of Brandin Cooks hasn't slowed his production, though it has limited his targets a bit. His 11 targets over the last two games leaves a bit to be desired, but he's been efficient throughout his career, so we have to give him the benefit of the doubt. The Browns have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers. It's good to know that teams are targeting their receivers heavily in the red zone against the Browns, as they've faced a league-high 36 red zone targets to receivers, as well as a league-high 18 targets in goal-to-go situations. Fuller does lead the team with seven red zone targets. Fuller plays most of his snaps at LWR, so he'll see a lot of Terrance Mitchell, who's actually been the Browns best cornerback this year, allowing just a 53.1 percent catch-rate, 13.7 yards per reception, and a touchdown every 24.5 targets in coverage. We're at the point where you're playing Fuller every week as a WR2, though the shrinking targets have been masked by touchdowns. Because of that, he's not someone who should be played in cash games.