I'd go BJGE... Weeden looked terrible last week, and Bengals will likely be having a lot of short drives following turnovers that can get turned into quick TDs along with the very real likelihood that they'll spend the second half running out the clock on a blowout. Turner looked pretty old and slow last week and has never been a PPR threat, McCluster is only in on passing downs and never gets handoffs so his opportunities are limited, and Young has a very unfavorable matchup this week.
I would go with B. Green-Ellis and I don't believe that the other players even come close in terms of potential fantasy production. The only other options I would consider would be M. Turner and T. Young, but M. Turner just looks so out of place in Atlanta's offense and B. Green-Ellis will receive significantly more chances than T. Young.
I go BJGE here but I think it is close with Turner. The Eagles weren't too shabby against McCoy in week 1, until garbage time. BJGE did have a great showing though against one of the toughest rushing DEF in the league. BJGE will see another heavy workload here against a CLE def that is depleted in the secondary, minus Haden, and will be compensating for that.