Stud: Jarvis Landry
After a lot of talk about how good the Browns offense can be in 2018, Jarvis Landry stepped up on Sunday and proved a point.
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Despite bad conditions for passing and Tyrod Taylor struggling, Landry put up a great performance and was one of the lone bright spots on the offense. He caught seven passes for 106 yards on Sunday. Landry was used in a variety of ways by Todd Haley, and he was the main target for Taylor on Sunday.
Landry was making plays in the rain that other receivers would struggle making in dry weather. He is showing that he can be a threat all over the field, instead of being the slot guy that the Miami Dolphins forced him to be.
One of the biggest benefits to Landry’s game is the edge that he brings to the Browns as a whole. After the entire team struggled in the first half, Landry brought energy to the team after he pancake blocked Steelers’ cornerback Artie Burns. Burns then lost his mind, and it seemed to pump up the Browns sidelines.
The Browns would later score on that drive, bringing a different energy than they had all game. Landry seems to be the leader of the entire team, and they rallied around him on Sunday.
Landry had the most targets for the Browns on Sunday, and he seems to be Taylor’s crutch when things are not going well. With how well he played in miserable conditions, fans should be excited for what Landry can do all year.