Greg Little surprises fantasy leagues by producing a lot

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The Browns wideout came out of nowhere and put up some solid numbers against the Ravens. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little caught seven passes for 122 yards in a 24-18 win over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9. Little was not able to find the end zone in the contest.

Fantasy impact: Little was targeted a team-high nine times in the game. Quarterback Jason Campbell seems to like him as the number of targets thrown to Little has equaled nine in two of the last three games.

Whatever it is that has changed the balance of the team, it seems that Little may be back on the fantasy radar, especially for owners in deeper leagues who may be looking for some depth heading towards a drive for a playoff spot. It's obvious that Campbell starting for the Browns has added some stability to their passing game that they haven't really had all season, and especially not under sophomore gunslinger Brandon Weeden.

The Browns are on their bye in Week 10 and take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 11. It will be interesting to see whether Little plays in the game as he left the contest against the Ravens in the fourth quarter after injuring his shoulder on a 46-yard catch.

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