2. Malcom Smith
Malcom Smith had a diving interception off Dwayne Haskins, which set up a touchdown. Struggling baker B.J. Goodson also added a pick
Smith makes this list because the linebacking corps was giving so little up to this point. The unit needs to better moving forward, but having Smith is better than not having him, especially when he’s out there changing the game.
Of note, Haskins was enjoying some success with medium throws, much like Joe Burrow and the Bengals did in Week 2.
On the bright side, Mack Wilson’s playing time will be ramping up as he works his way back from injury. Having the second-year veteran out there should make for a noticeable difference. By losing Wilson and Grant Delpit, the Browns got a lot slower. That should get little better when Wilson returns.