Cleveland Browns: Final 2018 player rankings start with Baker Mayfield

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41. Anthony Zettel: Played 158 snaps, with  97 of those coming on passing situations. Appeared in 15 games and was credited with 7.0 tackles.

42. Tanner Vallejo: The linebacker played 145 snaps. Drew a 66.8 grade from Pro Football Focus in pass rushing. Graded out in the 40s though, in run and pass defense.

43. Derrick Willies: Before going on the IR, the wideout really appeared to be developing a rapport with Mayfield during the preseason as a big-bodied possession receiver.

His best game was a three-catch, 61 yard performance during the Browns’ early-season victory against Baltimore. The 6-4, 207-pounder was lost for the season after that, though.

44. Ray-Ray Armstrong: A weak-side linebacker, played 214 snaps this season according to Pro Football Focus.

45. Briean Boddy-Calhoun:  The 2018 campaign meant we saw less of “The Boddy” as John Dorsey built up the depth chart.

PFF graded Boddy-Calhoun as 81st rated corner back. The analytics graded a total of 121 corners on the season.

46. Austin Corbett: Considering what the first, fourth and 35th contributed to the 2018 Browns, you can’t help but think what a difference maker at 33rd overall would’ve meant.

He played just 14 snaps in his rookie season. The only thing you can say is that hopefully, is time will come.

47. Earl Watford: The backup tackle played a total of six snaps heading into the Browns’ season finale against the Ravens.

Not a bad thing if you’re rooting for the orange helmets, as this is a sign the line was healthy and playing well.

Watford signed with the Browns on Aug. 28 after spending his first six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. The former fourth-round pick has 21 starts under his belt.