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Winners and Losers: Browns Drop Seventh Game to Bills

Cleveland Browns fell to 3-7 on the season after dropping the week 11 game to the Buffalo Bills. Here is a look at who stood out and who did not.

Cleveland has now lost two games in a row following their bye week. With the loss to the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland is now 3-7 on the season.

This game had some good performances for the Browns and some not-so-good. We won't highlight all on either side, but let's take a look at a few.


Amari Cooper

When Cooper is getting the targets, he is making the most of them. The Cleveland Browns' top option has shown true WR1 capabilities, something that Cleveland hasn't had in a long time. He was a steal of an acquisition for just a fifth-round pick. Cooper scored two touchdowns and had 98 yards on just seven catches. Another day at the office for Cooper.

Grant Delpit

In the last few games Delpit seems to have turned the corner. There were a couple of missteps, but Delpit had some good moments out there today. He's one of the very few guys on this Browns defense that can lay a big hit, he showed that on an early tackle that led to a field goal attempt. Delpit made six tackles in this one.

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Cleveland's best linebacker was flying around the field today in his first game back from injury, which was a good sign. The Notre Dame product made 12 total tackles, his name was called often.

Jacoby Brissett

This was a pretty gutsy performance for Brissett. He played well for the most part with zero run game, something Cleveland has relied on all year. The current starter for the Browns even took off for a 22-yard run, the team's longest of the day. Brissett finished his day


Cade York

When you're selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft you're going to have to perform. York has let the team down multiple times this season, he did again today with a missed field goal. York is now 16-of-21 on the year on field goals.

Mike Priefer

The Browns have had special teams lapses the last couple of years with Priefer running things. Some miscues proved to be costly on special teams multiple times against the Bills. Missed tackling aloud some returns that gave Buffalo good field positioning. At some point someone has to be held accountable, there's no reason to expect Priefer back next year.

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