4. Cleveland Browns P Jamie Gillan
Jamie Gillan made this team back in 2019 because he could punt the ball a mile.
And while he landed three punts inside the Vikings’ 20-yard-line, he also failed to drop the boom on a few kicks, punting the ball just 33 and 34 yards when the Browns really needed to back the Vikings up.
Fortunately, when the punter is on this type of list, things aren’t so bad when it comes to talking the big picture.
For the season, Gillan is averaging 41.1 yards on five punts with a net of 39.3.
Those numbers are down off his career average of 44.8 yards per punt with a net of 41. 3.
It can still be considered early, but Gillans’ been inconsistent this season. Needless to say, when you’re nicknamed the Scottish Hammer, inconsistency can’t be a part of your game, especially when your No. 1 requirement is to bomb the ball down the field.