|DL||Emmanuel Ogbah||40||61%||1 tackle, 1 assist (2 combined). 1 pass defended.|
|DL||Trevon Coley||36||55%||1 tackle (1 combined). 1 TFL.|
|DL||Myles Garrett||33||50%||2 tackles, 3 assists (5 combined). 1 sack, 2 TFL, 4 QH.|
|DL||Danny Shelton||33||50%||2 tackles, 1 assist (3 combined). 1 TFL.|
|DL||Carl Nassib||33||50%||1 tackle, 2 assists (3 combined). 1 QH.|
|DL||Nate Orchard||33||50%||1 assist (1 combined).|
|DL||Jamie Meder||22||33%||2 tackles (2 combined).|
|DL||Larry Ogunjobi||17||26%||1 tackle (1 combined).|
|DL||Caleb Brantley||7||11%||1 tackle, 1 assist (2 combined).|
- At least we had one bright spot from the Browns’ loss to Houston, and that was another productive game from first overall pick Myles Garrett. His workload increased more than I expected this week, as he was up to 33 snaps (50% of the game). He was a PFF darling this week, with eclipsing what Carl Nassib has been able to do quite quickly:
Myles Garrett now has as many pressures as Carl Nassib (9) this year but has done it on 34 pass rush snaps compared to 128 for Nassib.— John Kosko (@PFF_JohnKosko) October 16, 2017
- Another former first-round pick, Danny Shelton, graded favorably (81.3) against the Texans. PFF gave him five run stops and two quarterback pressures during his time playing in half the game. Over the last four weeks, they credit him as leading the NFL in run stop percentage.
|LB||Christian Kirksey||66||100%||5 tackles, 5 assists (10 combined). 1 QH, 1 pass defended.|
|LB||Joe Schobert||66||100%||5 tackles, 7 assists (12 combined).|
|LB||Jamie Collins||54||82%||3 tackles, 5 assists (8 combined). 1 pass defended.|
- The Browns’ starting linebackers combined for 30 tackles out of 66 total tackles.
- With that said, none of the linebackers graded well again because of them being horribly unproductive against the pass (36.1 grade for Jamie Collins, 38.8 grade for Joe Schobert). In addition, Schobert missed two tackles and Collins missed one, with no one in the unit being able to generate a pass rush.
|CB||Jason McCourty||66||100%||1 assist (1 combined). 1 INT, 2 passes defended, 1 TD.|
|CB||Jamar Taylor||66||100%||1 tackle, 1 assist (2 combined). 1 pass defended.|
|CB||Briean Boddy-Calhoun||46||70%||1 tackle, 3 assists (4 combined). 1 QH.|
- The cornerbacks held their own on Sunday. DeAndre Hopkins had 2 catches for 19 yards and 1 touchdown on the day, and Will Fuller had 2 catches for 62 yards and 1 touchdown (but the big play there falls on the safety position).
- Jason McCourty had a pick six and was in position to make another interception before Hopkins came over the top of him to break it up. Per PFF, “McCourty now has the top overall CB grade (92.0) in the league.”
- Even though he played 70% of the snaps, I still think that CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun is so valuable to the defense that he should be an everydown player. PFF said he was not targeted once in coverage against the Texans, and that for the entire season, he’s allowed just 19 yards receiving on four targets.
|S||Jabrill Peppers||66||100%||4 tackles, 1 assist (5 combined).|
|S||Derrick Kindred||25||38%||3 tackles (3 combined). 1 TFL.|
|S||Ibraheim Campbell||17||26%||1 assist (1 combined).|
- Jabrill Peppers was responsible for the first touchdown pass to Will Fuller, and it came when he was playing Cover 2. Later on, RB D’Onta Foreman had a long running play. Foreman was pushed out at the 2 yard line by Peppers, but I felt like he played that one too safe and could’ve had him out around the ten yard line.
- The safety position continues to be a sore spot for Cleveland: partially due to scheme, partially due to personnel.