Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer had a good game for a change with 300 yards and two touchdowns plus two interceptions. He was playing a weak defense so we wouldn’t too much into this performance. However, with the Browns at 5-3, don’t look for Johnny Football anytime soon.
In what could potentially be one of the first of many starts for Bucs running back Bobby Rainey, he ran for 87 yards plus a catch for 34 yards. Rainey will see better days this year but not much after.
Bucs rookie receiver Mike Evans broke out with seven catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns. He could be a WR1 by the end of the year.
With Mark Barron in St. Louis, Major Wright stepped in with 13 tackles. If he keeps this up, he could be considered a DB1 in the future.