And then there was one.
The Cleveland Browns are now the NFL's only winless team after the New Orleans Saints pulled off an exciting comeback Sunday night against the Chargers.
What does this mean for your fantasy team? More than you may think.
Two Browns made their cases for fantasy consideration in Week 5, despite an ugly loss to the Giants. Cleveland is wildly inconsistent, fielding an offense mired with rookie inexperience, but you may find some solid fantasy production within.
Elsewhere in the league, Drew Brees broke yet another record. Hold your surprise until the end of the slideshow, but if you drafted Brees this year, congratulations.
If you drafted Chris Johnson, you're probably hiding in shame, and I offer you condolences. Get rid of him at all costs. CJ2K is handcuffed by poor offensive line play, and it's looking at this point like cutting your losses is the best choice for the former star.
Stars both former and future may have hobbled your fantasy team in Week 5. Robert Griffin III left the game against the Falcons with a concussion, leaving many of you wondering why you even bothered to look at my quarterback rankings. My apologies—injuries happen, but that doesn't make your loss sting any less.
As injuries and inconsistency pile up, fantasy owners everywhere search the waiver wire for solutions. Some of these guys still may be available in your league, and even in some shallow formats, they could help you salvage your fantasy season. Read on.