4. Cleveland Browns can try more Delpit
There’s not a lot of confidence emanating out of the Browns’ safety corps after getting torched by another franchise quarterback in LA.
The John Johnson III signing looked stellar in March, not now, not so much. His most memorably play of the season was getting turned around on that spectacular Patrick Mahomes bomb in Week 1.
Ronnie Harrison’s name also hasn’t been called much, as he was most visible last week for letting Chargers receivers get 10 yards open for wide-open touchdowns.
Perhaps the unit gets a boost from Grant Delpit, who was quiet last week, playing just 23 snaps. The Browns wanted to give JOK more time on the field, or could’ve been a product of wanting Troy Hill in the slot all of the time.
Well, obviously, whatever the Browns were doing didn’t work, which is why it might be an opportune time to see what Delpit can do. The Browns need some plays at safety and while the LSU’s product career is only five games old, he’s had some nice moments.
It remains to be seen what Hill’s role will be, as he was one of several Browns to get an MRI after the Chargers debacle. No other updates have been made available at the time of this post.