Cleveland Browns: Week 5 NFL Power Rankings (#32)

Last week: 32

Record: 0-4

The Browns are the worst team in the league, but they’re not awful. They haven’t lost a single one of their games by more than 10 points. They rank 23rd in the league in yards per play differential, bad but not awful. They’ve done this mostly with their best player being suspended. There just really isn’t a truly awful team in the NFL, at least one that has revealed itself yet. I almost put Jacksonville here because they haven’t been impressive in any of their games, even their win, but for another week Cleveland is this spot.

Studs

CB Buster Skrine: Allowed 3 catches for 38 yards on 7 attempts, 2 pass deflections, 2 solo tackles

FS Usama Young: Was not thrown on, 1 sack and 1 quarterback hurry on 3 blitzes, 1 solo tackles, 2 assists, 1 stop

LE Jabaal Sheard: 1 sack and 2 quarterback hurries on 35 pass rush snaps, 5 solo tackles, 1 assist, 6 stops

K Phil Dawson: 5 kickoffs, 2 touchbacks, 71.0 yards per kickoff, 18.6 opponent’s average starting distance, 3/3 FG (50, 51, 52)

Duds

WR Greg Little: 4 catches for 77 yards on 9 targets on 52 pass plays, 3.3 YAC per catch, 3 drops

TE Jordan Cameron: 1 catch for 15 yards on 6 targets on 18 pass plays, 7.0 YAC per catch, 2 drops

CB Dmitri Patterson: Allowed 10 catches for 136 yards on 13 attempts, 2 pass deflections, 11 solo tackles, 2 stops

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