Antonio Callaway, Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders

For the Browns, Jarvis Landry is a lock start but Callaway is a more intriguing play. He’s a deep threat and could have had a bigger Week 3 if not for a bad deep throw by Tyrod Taylor. The young receiver needs just to click with Baker Mayfield, as the two of them just missed on a few plays in their comeback win against the Jets. But Callaway looks poised to be the team’s No. 2 receiver and deep threat now that Josh Gordon is gone. The Raiders have surrendered lots of big plays, 15 in fact over 20 yards. This is a matchup that is tailor fit for Callaway. – Ernie Estrella