3. Cleveland Browns got right: Finding spot for Demetric Felton
The Browns needed something to go their way on their first possession of the second half. Cleveland was having success running the ball, but the passing game was relegated to short passes to the tight end.
CBS broadcasters pointed out how Kevin Stefanski and Baker Mayfield might try to dial up something downfield to loosen up the Texans defense.
Turns out Stefanski knew Cleveland needed something to, and with young receivers Anthony Schwartz and Donovan Peoples-Jones struggling to establish themselves throughout the game, the coach looked toward rookie Demetric Felton.
Mayfield took the snap and quickly fired a screen down the line of scrimmage to Felton, who displayed the burst and elusiveness that was evident during the preseason, all the way for a 33-yard touchdown.
The score put the Browns up for good, 21-14, and was the boost the offense clearly needed.