Wide Receivers: F
The stats the receivers put up in Sunday’s game are very deceiving to a fan who didn’t tune in. Terrelle Pryor did have a productive game, recording 101 yards on six receptions. He seemed to blow by Darrelle Revis every single play, resulting in the large chunks of yardage.
Other than Pryor, Andrew Hawkins caught the most passes, followed by Ricardo Louis. These three pass catchers though were the only three wide receivers with multiple receptions. This has to change if the Browns want to throw the ball 51 times every game.
The most frustrating part is this group squandered a lot of opportunities to do even more damage to a weak New York secondary. Dropped passes plagued the receivers all afternoon, and though the ball may have been slippery, these drops were unacceptable.
Also, the group disappeared in the second half, a recurring theme for the Browns. This inability to produce for an entire sixty minutes has proven to be the difference in some of this season’s tighter contests. For this reason, the performance of the receivers collectively failed to get the job done.