4. Cleveland Browns S Grant Delpit
If you read these columns a lot, you’ll notice that when things go haywire for the Browns, both safeties usually appear here–and now, it’s Grant Delpit joining Ronnie Harrison this time around.
Delpit was most memorable for some big misses on tackles. He also blew a shot a shot at an interception.
Delpit, a former 2020 second-round pick, was pressed into action after John Johnson III left the game with a neck stinger.
You look at a team like the Steelers with Jalen Ramsey, and in the past, Troy Polamalu. Or, the Ravens with Ed Reed. These safeties are/were game-changing talents, seemingly coming up with big stops when their team needed one.
The Browns have been trying to find this type of player for as long as they’ve been looking for a quarterback. Delpit has potential, but it doesn’t change the fact that Sunday was an ugly day for the LSU product.