Wide Receivers: F
The question is, where did the offense come from? This game was really unbelievable in so many ways. As bad as the running game was, it doesn’t even compare to the play of the inept wide receivers.
In total, this unit accounted for 76 of the team’s total yards. Given the fact that Griffin dropped back to pass 33 times, this is extremely low.
Corey Coleman, Terrelle Pryor, and Andrew Hawkins combined for eight receptions. Unfortunately, no others were even targeted. Hawkins had just one catch for 33 yards, Coleman three for 24, and Pryor four for 19.
This offense is built to throw the ball, so when the receivers turn in a performance like they did today, there is ample cause for alarm. Sure, the offensive line played horribly, but Pryor also had two clear drops. How are the Browns supposed to compete when another problem surfaces every time they fix one?
In the end, the play of the receivers on Sunday was a microcosm of the season. With sloppy play, nobody was even on the same page. And what is possibly even more irking to fans is that nobody seemed to care.