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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway struggled with his efficiency in Week 3, catching just four of his 10 targets for 20 yards. He nearly came close to breaking a few long plays, which would have led to a bigger game, including a pass interference that wasn’t called in the end zone. Callaway has seen a much larger role with Josh Gordon no longer on the team as the rookie led the receiving corps in offensive snaps in Week 3. The Browns have mostly been using him as a field stretcher on intermediate and deep routes in their offense, which is going to lead to some boom/bust weeks. That being said, he could be set up for a boom week on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. Oakland is allowing the fourth-most fantasy points per game to the wide receiver position this season. In a plus matchup, Callaway offers some appeal as a flex option in deeper leagues.