A few plays stood out for the Cleveland Browns in last Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans, which dropped the Browns to 0-6 on the season.
Another week and another loss for the Cleveland Browns. Despite a late fourth-quarter comeback, the Browns fell 28-26 Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler played well, throwing for 336 yards and two touchdowns.
Kessler eclipsed the 300-yard mark for the first time in his young career and continued to make smart decisions with the football. The rookie has continued to build upon each week’s performance and has shown many promising signs for the future.
Kessler is very deserving to start the remaining of the season and looks to have attributes to become a starting quarterback option in the future for the Browns. This means he needs to continue to play and get reps so the team can develop and evaluate his future.
On defense, second-year defensive tackle Danny Shelton looks like a different player from a year ago. Shelton has been a force along the front lines all season as he recorded his first sack of the season on Sunday. Shelton is the most improved Brown from a season ago and looks every bit worth the first-round selection he warranted in 2015.
Rookie defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah also joined the sack party recording a sack in the third quarter. The rookie pass rusher has played well for the Browns since switching positions midway through training camp.
Let’s take a look at a few plays from Sunday that stood out.
(Note: Due to new regulations, we will no longer be sharing videos of these plays in the film room post. Instead, we will share links to the videos discussed in the post.)