Kevin Stefanski’s play calling
Yeah, Kevin Stefanski’s playcalling isn’t great. On third and three, with Nick Chubb, Stefanski put the ball in the hands of Deshaun Watson and he underthrew his receiver. This was a recurring trend all game, and if it wasn’t for the Texans just being the worst football team in the league, this may not have gone the Browns’ way.
The Deshaun Watson Led Offense
Watson looked awful, throwing just 50% of his passes and throwing a terrible interception. That was bad enough but the longest completed pass was just 27 yards, and no receiver broke 50 yards. While it was expected the offense would be bad for a few weeks under Watson, that doesn’t mean we’re not going to point it out.
Anthony Schwartz left the game due to a head injury and that’s not a good thing for the young man. Nor is it a negative against him. What is, however, was a terrible fumble in the first half and a terrible tackle attempt on special teams not long after. No matter how many opportunities the young man gets, he seemingly can’t stop from making mistakes.