Antonio Callaway, WR
It’s been a long time since Browns’ Town has seen anything from Antonio Callaway.
He was targeted just once in the tie, and you’ve got to wonder if the problem is Taylor just finding enough footballs to throw around the field.
The quarterbacks’ 37.5 completion percentage certainly didn’t bode well for the rookie from Florida, either.
With that said, Callaway is a starting receiver on this squad, still riding the wave from one excellent half from the first preseason game.
His ceiling is still through the roof, but hopefully, he strings together a few good games going forward just to establish himself in the pros.
Taylor completed passes to seven other players, but only completed 15 passes on the day.
Jarvis Landry was the only wide receiver to catch multiple passes (seven). Tight end David Njoku caught three balls for 13 yards.