Offensive Line: F
Physically, there is just no way the Browns’ offensive line could compete with anybody. Not even Alabama. Slow and out of shape, this unit did little more than take up space on the field in this one.
Anyone could make the claim that injuries have plagued this unit all season, as it could not be any more clear that this isn’t an NFL starting line. But even the constants in this group are being humiliated play after play. Cameron Erving was dominated by Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus, to the point at which it became excruciatingly painful to witness.
Spencer Drango and Austin Pasztor are also notable due to their awful play. Drango could not handle the stunts Buffalo was throwing at him, and Pasztor was the main reason for which the pocket was never preserved.
Penalties were also a story of this game, as there were two holding calls on the linemen. The penalty coming on the opening drive was especially demoralizing, as the Browns were marched back 10 yards after gaining 12. This eventually led to a three-and-out, and set the tone for the remainder of the afternoon.