3. Cleveland Browns WR Anthony Schwartz
From the penthouse to the doghouse, that’s the only way to describe Anthony Schwartz’s first two weeks in the NFL.
The Auburn product stunned us with a stellar performance against the Chiefs. Unfortunately, he followed that game up with an effort that got the franchise quarterback injured.
You’ll certainly remember the play. Mayfield threw to Schwartz and the rookie looked to give up on the play. The cameras caught the usually stoic Stefanski barking at Schwartz for not even attempt to break up the throw.
Mayfield injured his shoulder trying to make a tackle on the return. He ran to the locker room for X-Rays, but came back and didn’t miss a snap.
You can pretty much copy and paste what I wrote about DPJ, here. Jarvis Landry’s loss is brutal and who knows whether OBJ will play. The Browns will be looking for production from their wide receivers any and everywhere.
Let’s see how Schwartz responds to adversity, because the Browns can’t afford to have him ride the pine right now.