- Derek Anderson: So, did he prove to be our backup quarterback heading into the season? Assuming we don't make a trade, I'd rather take him than Dorsey. I'm sure he would get eaten up by first-string defenses, but at least he has shown the potential to throw the ball well over the middle of the field.
- Jason Wright: I have nothing against Wright, but I'm not particularly fond of him either. It's more so due to the fact that I'd rather see Lee Suggs on the roster, but he'll probably end up getting cut tomorrow. If Wright doesn't get the final running back job, then William Green probably will.
- Frisman Jackson: He was basically the only veteran receiver seeing extensive action last night, but after a performance like that, you hope that the Browns can find a spot for him on the team.
- Kendrick Mosley: The shiftiness of Mosley is impressive. He has been catching every ball thrown his way during the preseaon, and I would absolutely love for him to clear waivers and make our practice squad. I doubt he'll make our final roster though, since Jackson would make it before Mosley due to veteranship.
- Chaun Thompson: He stood out against the backups, and that's a positive sign. If he's playing against weaker competition, he needs to show off. His confidence is now up after making a couple of solid plays, and I would like to see him rotate with D'Qwell Jackson against the Saints.
- Daven Holley: It's a shame he got hurt. I wanted him to get a shot at starting, and he did. He was one of the few cornerbacks that didn't get completely burned when the opposition went deep.
- Andrew Pace: He was the other standout defensive player in the final quarter besides Thompson. He'll definitely be cut, but he made his case towards possibly being a defensive back to be placed on the practice squad.
- Kamerion Wimbley: After the preseason, Wimbley is without question a top defensive-rookie-of-the-year candidate.