Browns studs and duds: Jacoby Brissett falls apart in Week 6

Browns, Jacoby Brissett. (Photo by Nick Cammett/Getty Images)
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Stud: Amari Cooper, WR

Much like David Njoku, Amari Cooper had a solid game for the Browns but it could have been better. He finished with four receptions for 44 yards and the only touchdown of the game but there were 12 passes thrown his way.

When the ball was delivered accurately, Cooper was hauling it in. He even made a couple of third-down plays and an impressive sideline catch on third-and-12.

Cooper even drew a flag on Sunday as he was held while trying to run a route, and probably would have been wide open had that not happened.

The only thing stopping Cooper in Week 6 was his quarterback. Off-target passes limited him and while he should be unstoppable when Deshaun Watson returns, he can be limited with Brissett.

Dud: Grant Delpit, S

All day, players were running free in the secondary for the Patriots and Grant Delpit was a major reason for that. The former second-round pick from LSU has struggled throughout the year and this game was no exception.

Delpit did finish with seven tackles but wasn’t much of a factor in slowing down the New England passing attack. He was also the one who let Hunter Henry get past him for the 31-yard touchdown that broke the game open at 24-6.