1. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
The Cleveland Browns still can’t cover Tyreke Hill or Travis Kelce, and it shot the team in the foot, yet again.
Until the Browns prove they’re able to stop–or somewhat limit at this point–these two playmakers, then Baker Mayfield and the offense will be required to throw a perfect game on offense.
That’s why Ronnie Harrison is going to shoulder the blame here. The Browns can’t afford to lose starting personnel in the secondary five plays into a game–not against this team. Harrison’s ejection for shoving a Chiefs’ assistant coach may have been unjust, but the veteran safety must know better.
The Browns have spent considerable resources in bolstering their defense, especially in the defensive backfield, but John Johnson, JOK, Anthony Walker–they might as well have been guys from last year trying to slow Kelce and Hill.