Which Browns quarterback impressed the most vs. the Saints?
Aug 11 2017 by Marjorie Miles
After a 7-9 season for the second year in a row, the Saints will start their preseason run in OH against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night, who also had a disgusting season last year that saw them win just a single game out of the 16 they played.
Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer, a second round pick from Notre Dame, threw a 45 yard touchdown pass to Jordan Parker on the first play after the two minute warning to send Cleveland to a 20-14 win in the exhibition opener for both teams. He got the Browns into the end zone after a turnover set up the offense at the Saints' 21.
Brock Osweiler finished 6-of-14 for 42 yards. But after Saints quarterback Garret Grayson fumbled, the Browns capitalized with Matthew Dayes scoring from a yard out to give the Browns a 7-3 lead. Williams led the Saints with six tackles in the first half, and Harris thwarted a fade route to Britt on the same drive.
Crawley was flagged twice for pass interference, and Harris drew one flag for illegal contact - typical issues for the first preseason game, when cornerbacks find themselves getting re-acquainted with the NFL's contact rules.
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The Saints will get their first look at their roster after losing Cooks to New England and failing to land Malcolm Butler in return.
But the big question is this: which quarterback impressed the most Thursday?
Kizer made sure the night wasn't an all-around success for the Saints' young cornerbacks. On the Saints second drive, Kamara ran through the secondary for a 22-yard carry.
The Saints took the lead early in the fourth quarter on a two yard touchdown pass from Ryan Nassib to wide receiver Tommy Lee Lewis.