Defensive Line: F
The defensive line was as bad as a defensive line could possibly be. Gaping holes were readily available for LeSean McCoy all afternoon, explaining his 153 yards and two touchdowns. In fact, the Browns were so horrible at run defense, the Bills averaged seven yards per carry. Over the course of 40 carries, maintaining a ridiculously high average like this is unheard of.
Indicative of the kind of afternoon it was, the leading tackler among defensive linemen was the ninth-leading tackler on the defense. To put this in simple terms, this means that virtually every tackle was made by either the linebackers or the secondary, the two units who play behind the defensive line.