While the Cleveland Browns' QB situation has been comical in terms of the injuries and for the fact SIX passers have gone under center for the team. As ugly as that situation has been, the Browns have found some big receiving weapons through all the chaos this season in the form of not only former QB-turned-wideout Terrelle Pryor but first round rookie Corey Coleman. As far as Pryor is concerned, he has been an absolute revelation this season as he goes into Week 9 with 41 catches for 532 yards and 3 touchdowns. This from a guy who was down to his last chance to stick in the NFL after failing as a passer. Then there is Coleman who was just starting to show his skills the first two games of the year when he caught 7 balls for 173 yards and 2 scores. Such a big start was interrupted by a hand injury that has kept Coleman out until this week when he is expected to suit up for the first time since Week 2. Cody Kessler should have both Pryor and Coleman at his disposal moving forward and that will only help the USC rookie. However Coleman's return also will likely hurt Pryor's production a bit as the latter will not be the clear number 1 receiver anymore. Both guys could even cancel each other out which will make neither more than a WR 3. Both should still be started under that classification in Week 9 but just be aware of this going forward this week.