1. Karl Joseph
When the opposing quarterback throws for over 500 yards, everyone in the secondary should fear seeing their coaches on the first day of the practice week.
Starting safety Karl Joseph was one of the main culprits, as he allowed a touchdown pass, while also blowing three tackles during the Browns’ victory. PFF gave Joseph a game grade of 37.5, which is just beyond awful.
Joseph was signed as.a free agent to be more of an inside the box safety, so of course he’s going to allow the occasional touchdown, but the missed tackles are really the concerning part of his game.
In a bright spot for the Browns, Ronnie Harrison drew a grade of 90.1. He only played 11 snaps, but he got his hands on one of Prescott’s passes, while also adding a quarterback pressure.
It’s been four weeks now, but Harrison has finally played double-digit snaps. Hopefully, he’s used more moving forward considering the current state of the safety position.