Quincy Enunwa, WR vs. T.J. Carrie, CB
Quincy Enunwa is Sam Darnold’s No. 1 target.
He’s fourth in the NFL with a target share of 34 percent, meaning Darnold looks to him like Drew Brees seeks out Michael Thomas.
Enunwa has 92 yards after the catch and eight of his 13 grabs this season have resulted in first downs. He has 155 yards through the first two weeks.
Denzel Ward, who is coming of a low graded game against the Saints, will likely be going up against Robby Anderson, while Terrance Mitchell, who had two strips last week, will probably be matching up against former Brown Terrelle Pryor.
Pryor’s had a decent first month of the season, catching seven balls for 133 yards.
That leaves T. J. Carrie and E.J. Gaines in the slot to slow down Enunwa. Carrie hasn’t faired well in first first two games, which may open the door for Gaines.
A heavy emphasis has been paced on forcing Darnold into mistakes.
The Browns’ just can’t afford to let to let Enunwa be Darold’s safety vale as the weapon who helps establish his confidence.