Joel Bitonio, LG 72.9: Joel Bitonio stayed at right guard and turned in the best grade for a Cleveland Browns’ offensive lineman. He was darn-near elite in the pass blocking game (87.7), but was just kind of average run blocking (65.0)
Desmond Harrison, LT, 61.1: Desmond Harrison‘s stock went up, because he did play better and his grade reflects that. It wasn’t a high bar, considering he graded in the 40s for his Week 1 effort. Harrison allowed two QB hurries and two pressures.
JC Tretter, C, 60.3: JC Tretter allowed a sack, hurry and two pressures of Taylor and finished the contest with a 60.3 grade.
Kevin Zeitler, RG, 62.6: Like Bitonio, Kevin Zeitler was elite against the pass rush (87.7), but bad when trying to open holes for Carlos Hyde (53.0)
Chris Hubbard, RT, 55.3: Hubbard followed his teammates’ script to a tee, doing a good job of defending Tyrod Taylor in the pocket, but grading out poorly in the running attack (42.9).
This is the second-straight rough outing for Hubbard, who allowed a sack, two pressures and a QB hurry.
Austin Corbett, LT, 61.1: Rookie Austin Corbett did get in the game as tackle eligible on a four plays. As the 33rd pick in the draft, at least the Browns used him. Huzzah!