There is very little doubt that the Cleveland Browns' offense is expected to be one of the more explosive in the NFL. That's certainly good for the players on the field, who are looking to make it to the playoffs for the first time in decades. It could also be very good news for fantasy football players who are looking to win their own leagues thanks to the on-field accomplishments of these players.

Everyone knows that Baker Mayfield and OBJ are going to be big-time performers. Jarvis Landry is also expected to be one heck of a fantasy contributor.

If you are able to land any one of those three guys, you're going to be very happy. At the same time, there are going to be all kinds of people looking out for them. That's why if you want to dominate your fantasy football league, you are going to be looking for under the radar type players.

If you're a Cleveland Browns fan, you probably want those under the radar players to also be members of your favorite team. It turns out there are several that will fit both bills.

Antonio Callaway

The wide receiver has long been a guy that coaches feel has underachieved a bit in his career. So far this spring and summer, the Cleveland Browns' coaches are impressed with the way he's played. When looking at fantasy stats, his 43 catches for 586 yards and five touchdowns was good for 89.3 points.

While that site actually sees his production going down, if he ends up winning the third receiver spot, a team that could be quite pass happy could get him plenty of production this season.

Nick Chubb

Chubb is really only under the radar if you're not a Cleveland Browns fan. He rushed for 996 yards and eight touchdowns a year ago.

That equates to 174.5 fantasy points. This season, ESPN projects him to rush for 1,141 yards and another eight touchdowns. He's also expected to be a bigger target through the air. ESPN has him earning 200 points. There is one drawback and that's the eventual return of Kareem Hunt. When he gets on the field, he could take something away from Chubb.

Still, Chubb isn't quite a household name yet. There are going to be fantasy football owners who wonder whether or not the running back can be productive. The answer is "most definitely yes."

Rashard Higgins

Higgins is in the same boat as Callaway in that he's actually predicted to be less productive this season thanks to the addition of OBJ. The bottom line is whoever wins the third starting receiver spot is going to be one that could bring quite a few fantasy points in the late rounds. As Dawg Pound Daily points out, he's gotten better each season in the league as well. If he wins that third receiver spot, it seems likely he can at the very least match his 79.2 fantasy points from a year ago.