It feels great to wake up in the morning to a Browns victory. I'll have analysis on the actual game tonight or tomorrow. Until then, it seemed like quite a few former Browns players saw action yesterday.Quarterbacks
1. Trent Dilfer (SF): In relief of the injured Alex Smith, Dilfer was simply awful against the Seahawks. He completed only 12 of 33 passes for 123 yards, 0 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. He was also sacked five times. 2. Kelly Holcomb (Min): Playing for the injured Tarvaris Jackson, Holcomb fell to 0-2 as the Vikings starter. He was 21 of 39 for 258 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception. His interception came at the end of the game, when his pass went off his receiver's hands and right to the Packers. 3. Jeff Garcia (TB): We all know just how good Garcia has been for the Buccaneers. He's 3-1 this year, and went 15 of 25 for 176 yards, 0 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions yesterday. He scored a touchdown on the ground.Running Backs
1. Reuben Droughns (NYG): Droughns had five carries for eight yards as the backup running back for the Giants. Some things never change.Wide Receivers
1. Andre Davis (Hou): For the second week in a row, Davis stepped up in place of the injured Andre Johnson. He caught 5 passes for 117 yards and 1 touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons in a losing effort.Defensive Backs
1. Brian Russell (Sea): We could still use his help in the secondary. He made six tackles against the 49ers and recovered a fumble by Frank Gore. 2. Ralph Brown (Ari): Here's the funny one guys: Brown had the interception that sealed Ben Roethlisberger's and the Steelers' first loss of the season. He also recorded two tackles. 3. Lewis Sanders (Atl): Sanders had seven tackles for the Falcons. I wonder if he lined up against Davis a few times?I'm pretty sure I left off some obscure players, but I pretty much had all of the noteworthy ones. If I missed someone, let me know and I'll add them in.