Cleveland Browns: 6 things Browns got right, wrong vs Texans in Week 2

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4. Cleveland Browns got wrong: Schwartz’s folly

Kevin Stefanski appeared to have some words for rookie receiver Anthony Schwartz on the sideline following Baker Mayfield’s first-half interception.

The replay showed Schwartz seemingly giving up on the play and broadcasters talked about how the third-round pick didn’t fight for the ball.

Mayfield was injured on the tackle after the change of possession, but fortunately, he returned.

Cleveland’s wide receivers accounted for just three receptions in the first half, as the tight ends hauled in seven receptions.

You’ve got to wonder how much Cleveland’s young receivers played a factor into the lack of production from the position. Jarvis Landry left early with a knee injury, severely weakening the depth chart.

Donovan Peoples-Jones had a big fumble after the catch and then Schwartz, who negatively affected the game with his play, as opposed to a week ago.