Josh McCown up, Jim O'Neil down in Browns win

How good is Josh McCown?

Jim Basquil and Field Yates break down the Browns' 33-30 win over the Ravens.

A look at Cleveland Browns who were "up" and those who were "down" in Sunday's 33-30 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens:


Josh McCown: The 36-year-old is playing tremendous football, both in terms of passing and in terms of leadership. He has done what the Browns hoped he'd do when they signed him.

Gary Barnidge: His circus catch for a touchdown will be the highlight. But Barnidge has been sure-handed and dependable all season.

Travis Coons: The first-year kicker has made all 11 of his field goals, including Sunday's game-winner in overtime.


Jim O'Neil: Winning covers a lot of sins, but not this defense. The Browns gave up 181 yards rushing to the Ravens, or 5.8 yards per carry. The argument can be made that if Justin Forsett doesn't get hurt late, the result would be different. The Browns defensive coordinator has to figure it out.

Joe Haden: After fighting through rib and finger injuries, the Pro Bowl cornerback left with a concussion, and his status for the game against Denver is uncertain.

Paul Kruger: Kruger saw his playing time decreased significantly in Baltimore, with rookie Nate Orchard taking over for much of the time.