|QB||DeShone Kizer||34||44%||11-of-18 for 184 yards, 1 TD. 3 rushes, 12 yards.|
|QB||Brock Osweiler||28||36%||6-of-14 for 42 yards. 1 rush, 10 yards.|
|QB||Cody Kessler||15||19%||5-of-10 for 47 yards. 1 rush, 5 yards.|
- The only quarterback who didn’t play was Kevin Hogan.
- The original plan was for Cody Kessler and DeShone Kizer to have the most reps. Wanting to get the first-team offense something positive, Brock Osweiler worked into the second quarter, taking some time away from Kessler. Kizer got the entire second half and really delivered in the fourth quarter.
- Chemistry wasn’t in-sync for Osweiler. Kessler made a couple of nice throws during his limited action. Kizer might have held the ball too long on a few plays, but showed a good knack for taking easy yardage quickly (via the ground) and maneuvering the pocket to find his receivers downfield.
|RB||Matthew Dayes||27||35%||3 carries, 9 yards (3.0 YPC). 1 TD. 3 catches, 8 yards (1 target).|
|RB||Isaiah Crowell||23||30%||6 carries, 15 yards (2.5 YPC). 1 catch, 9 yards (1 target).|
|RB||Terrence Magee||19||25%||4 carries, 15 yards (3.8 YPC). 1 TD. 0 catches (1 target).|
|RB||Duke Johnson||14||18%||1 carry, 5 yards (5.0 YPC). 1 catch, 9 yards (1 target).|
|RB||Brandon Wilds||4||5%||1 carry, 5 yards (5.0 YPC).|
|FB||Danny Vitale||8||10%||No stats registered.|
- None of the running backs got quite as hot as one may have liked. The depth chart went Crowell-Dayes-Magee-Wilds.
- Matthew Dayes had a 1-yard touchdown plunge, so that productive short run figures into his average.
- Duke Johnson did have one carry on a typical passing down, but overall, he was lined up more at receiver with the first-stringers. He drew an illegal contact penalty when lining up outside on one play.
|WR||Jordan Leslie||29||38%||2 catches, 9 yards (3 targets).|
|WR||Rannell Hall||25||32%||2 catches, 34 yards (5 targets). 1 rush, -9 yards.|
|WR||Rashard Higgins||24||31%||No stats registered.|
|WR||Josh Boyce||21||27%||2 catches, 35 yards (3 targets).|
|WR||Kenny Britt||20||26%||1 catch, 4 yards (3 targets).|
|WR||Corey Coleman||20||26%||2 catches, 11 yards (4 targets). 1 rush, 4 yards.|
|WR||Ricardo Louis||16||21%||1 catch, 10 yards (2 targets).|
|WR||Jordan Payton||13||17%||1 catch, 45 yards (1 target). 1 TD.|
|WR||Mario Alford||11||14%||0 catches (1 target).|
|WR||Richard Mullaney||11||14%||2 catches, 70 yards (3 targets).|
- It was a terrible day for Kenny Britt. Corey Coleman had a nice catch from Kessler, and one of his early catches was behind the line of scrimmage, counting as a run.
- Josh Boyce and Rannell Hall each had two grabs, but Boyce couldn’t hall in a sideline route from Kizer and Hall couldn’t catch a close deflection off of a defensive back.
- Mullaney, who nobody has talked about this camp, was the benefactor of two longer passes from Kizer. He showed some nice route-running on the plays, and Jordan Payton was able to beat his man off the line of scrimmage for the game-winning touchdown.
- Ricardo Louis was only credited with one catch, but he also had a first-down reception on a play where defensive pass interference was called. I’d chalk it up as a good day for him; he looked confident.
- Kenny Britt was flagged for an illegal block above the waist. Ricardo Louis was flagged for a false start.
|TE||Seth DeValve||59||77%||2 catches, 14 yards (6 targets).|
|TE||Randall Telfer||36||47%||2 catches, 15 yards (3 targets).|
|TE||J.P. Holtz||5||6%||No stats registered.|
- Seth DeValve played the most snaps on the Browns with 59. That probably had to do with David Njoku, Taylor McNamara, and David Iese all not playing. I know Njoku was hurt, but I don’t know what McNamara and Iese didn’t see action.
- Randall Telfer made a dumb play by trying to hurdle about five Saints defenders on a 3rd-and-25 type of play where he had only gained about 6 yards to begin with. It led to a fumble that Cleveland still recovered.
- The Saints registered 4 sacks and 7 quarterback hits.
- Cameron Erving did not play too well starting for left tackle Joe Thomas.
- Austin Reiter was beat for a sack on a stunt.
- Erving was flagged for a false start and holding. Kitt O’Brien and Spencer Drango were also flagged for holds.