Jamie Collins, LB
This doesn’t bode well for Collins, who’s been on this list before.
He was invisible during the game, except for the interception he dropped. The fact Avery was cutting into his playing time, well yeah, that’s his stock dropping.
The game also makes you wonder about Mychal Kendricks, the former Browns’ linebacker who admitted to insider trading and was promptly cut.
It had appeared that Kendricks was going to cut into Kendricks’ playing time as some Browns fans started whispers of trading Collins while the organization might still get something for him.
It’s unfair to blame Collins for the 130+ rushing performance by James “Everyone calls me John” Conner, but stopping the run is supposed to be his strong suit and Cleveland didn’t do it today.
Collins had a 42.1 grade from PFF last season at the time of his injury.