Cleveland Browns quarterback Jason Campbell (ribs) practiced Friday and will play in the team's Week 11 game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Campbell practiced all week and should not be limited by the rib injury.
Fantasy Impact: Campbell has played well in his two starts this year. He topped 250 yards passing in both games and has thrown for five touchdowns and no interceptions at a respectable 61.3 percent completion rate. The numbers are even more impressive when one factors in Cleveland's lack of a running game.
Campbell has kept the Browns competitive. Cleveland is only one game behind the division leader and Sunday's opponent Cincinnati Bengals. Campbell has a firm grasp on the starting gig and owners shouldn't worry about a return to Brandon Weeden any time soon.
The Bengals present a tougher matchup for Campbell. However, fantasy owners shouldn't have any qualms about starting him in Week 11. With a limited rushing attack, the Browns will depend on Campbell to move the ball. He is a middling QB2 option, but owners can could do much worse.