Antonio Callaway: The rookie had four drops by my count. Calloway was responsible for the pick-6 in the first quarter when the ball bounced off his hands. Calloway saved him self with his 59-yard reception with 8:52 remaining to put the Browns in 1st and G from the 1-yard line.
Jabrill Peppers: As a return man, has been awful. The Browns don’t just have no return game, they don’t even have the threat of a return game.
The Browns have gone back to the day of Jim Leonard returning points, where all that’s asked of punt/kick returners is to not drop the ball. This is the NFL. That’s unacceptable.
I wouldn’t have switched to Callaway in this game, because the drops might’ve been messing with his head, but perhaps the Browns should start thinking about a switch. Calloway returned punts and was a dynamic returner during his time in college at Florida.
Like me, you’re heart is still skipping beats over his fumble, which was overturned and ruled down.
JC Tretter-Baker Mayfield: The center-quarterback combo had a game altering miscommunication as Tretter snapped the ball too early and Mayfield fumbled. It was the second time in the second half that the Browns gift wrapped starting position in the red zone.
EJ Gaines/TJ Carrie: The Browns really missed Terrance Mitchell, who left the game in the first half with an arm injury.
To fly so high after than win over the Jets, to this deflating loss to the Raiders. It’s going to take