3. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
Ronnie Harrison left me fuming after being flagged for late hit that led to offsetting penalties in the first half. It was an inexcusable decision that was made worse when the TV cameras caught Harrison grinning on the sideline while talking to a coach.
It was another what the heck moment for Harrison, who was ejected from Cleveland’s Week 1 loss to the Chiefs from shoving a coach.
In coverage, he also leaves a lot to be desired. I won’t pretend to know all the Browns assignments and who is supposed to be where, but some Steelers receivers were too wide open, yet again. That never happens to Browns’ wideouts.
Harrison was the man covering Steelers tight end Pat Freiermuth on the go ahead-touchdown. Harrison looked like he covered the play well, but int he end Freiermuth made the play, whereas the Browns didn’t make plays all day.