Browns offense gets major love from PFF grades in Week 4



No team outscored the Cleveland Browns and their 49-point outburst in the win over Dallas on Sunday in Week 4. Befitting the dominant performance by the offense, several Browns players scored fantastic grades from Pro Football Focus.

None were higher than right guard Wyatt Teller, who continues his superb season in PFF’s eyes. Teller graded out an astonishing 96.7 overall in regularly snowplowing Cowboys defenders out of the way in the run game. Right tackle Jack Conklin also broke into elite territory with his 92.0 game grade.

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was next up with an 87.8. His run grade of 91.0 helped boost a grade that also saw him hit 77.8 in the passing game, a very good score for a wideout. Four other Browns offensive players cracked the 80.0 grading mark:

  • D’Ernest Johnson

  • Kareem Hunt

  • Andy Janovich

  • Jarvis Landry

The flip side is the Dallas defense. The top-graded player who saw at least 10 snaps, safety Xavier Woods, earned a paltry 59.4 overall grade. That’s barely above what Browns safety Andrew Sendejo (57.3) earned for the game.

Cleveland’s own defense had some rough scores, though a couple of defenders did stand out. DE Myles Garrett and his two sacks and eight total QB pressures scored a high 84.7 overall mark, while CB Denzel Ward earned a 78.5 weighed down heavily by two missed tackles.

 



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