Blaine Gabbert Fantasy Projection: Jaguars Quarterback Looks To Progress Against Browns

The Jaguars travel to Cleveland today to face a struggling Browns game on the windy shores of Lake Erie. After managing the game last week in Indianapolis, Blaine Gabbert and the Jags offense will look for their second straight road win. While the Browns may be struggling in the standings, they currently have the number one ranked pass defense in the entire league - setting up a less than ideal scenario for Gabbert from a fantasy perspective.

NumberFire.com currently projects Gabbert with just 7.52 fantasy points in Week 11 against the Browns. The Jags should throw a heavy dose of Maurice Jones-Drew against the Browns on Sunday, keeping the ball on the ground and letting Gabbert manage the game.

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