On your first day at fantasy expert qualifying school, they warn you not to recommend Browns. Bad habit. Rarely ends well. You can lose your tour card.
Harrison has been buried on the Browns' depth chart since early-October, but the season-ending injury to Jamal Lewis(notes) presented him with an opportunity to start in Week 13. He took full advantage, gaining 97 total yards on 17 touches against San Diego and finding the end zone twice. His first TD featured a nifty move to shake linebacker Stephen Cooper(notes), then a full-extension stretch across the goal line. Highlight here.
Harrison actually became the first Cleveland player to score two touchdowns in a game this season – which of course hints at why we're not supposed to promote Browns as fantasy adds. You're not investing in a high-yield offense. Cleveland entered Week 13 averaging just 11.1 points and anRead More »from Sunday Scene, Week 13: The case for Jerome Harrison