I don’t dismiss players at all and I never said I’d never play a Browns receiver. I said they had very few truly fantasy relevant receivers in my lifetime. It was evidence that being the #1 option doesn’t always mean much (your argument seemed to revolve around him being the top target). Now, is among the best WRs the Browns have had in that time? Quite possibly, but I don’t think it likely he’ll be a top 24 WR. The are just too many WRs. He got 6 targets in week 1. 37 WRs were targeted more, 8 more received the same number (Bryant included), and WRs who were targeted less this week that could (most of whom should) end up with as many or more targets on the season include Julio Jones, Baldwin, Maclin, Beasley. I think this is a fairly good example of what we can expect, a bigger percentage of a smaller target total, coming out to roughly the same weekly target totals. This makes neither of them more than a WR3/flex for me (If it weren’t for a TD, which are difficult to predict, Coleman would have been a useable flex play in PPR, and nothing more). Based on that conclusion, I’d prefer the player that I think is more talented, and whom has a better QB/offense in general, because that likely means more plays run (and therefore more chances at targets) and more scoring opportunities. I wasn’t dismissing Coleman. He’s fine, but I’d prefer Bryant.