3. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
I know he had an interception, but the FanSidedFOS Twitter account made a great point: For every good thing Harrison does, he takes three steps backwards.
Not wanting to make John Johnson lonely for that massive blunder against the Chiefs in Week 1, Harrison had his own “Where’d he go” on 3rd and mile. The catch allowed the Ravens to convert and cleared the way for a Baltimore touchdown.
According to PFF, Harrison ended the night as the Browns’ lowest-graded defensive back after surrendering a team-high 74 yards in coverage.
Worth noting that the Browns basically played the much talked about three-safety scheme for much of the game. This layout basically lined up Harrison “in what would be considered a traditional linebacker spot,” according to The Athletic’s Zac Jackson.
Harrison had 10 tackles in the game. He can push the big-gaffe plays aside, hopefully, he’ll see his stock rise in the coming weeks.