2. Joe Schobert
Another strong game for Joe Schobert, who was second on the team with six tackles. More importantly, Schobert got a hand on the ball that was eventually intercepted by Justin Burris late in the fourth quarter.
The play should’ve set up the Browns to tie the game, instead, the offense faltered as numbers players who work on the offensive side saw their stocks plummet.
The knock on Schobert entering the season was that he stood out on the Browns of the Hue Jackson era because he was a decent player on a terrible team. He was routinely critiqued by haters as someone incapable of impacting a game.
Well, for two straight weeks, Schobert has made an enormous impact. On Monday Night Football, he forced Le’Veon Bell to fumble near the goal line, and then this week, he got the hand on Goff’s pass. Schobert also recovered the fumble, caused by Myles Garret’s strip stack of Goff just before half-time.