For a handful of teams Sunday, one or two plays marked the difference between 1-1 and 0-2.
Down 7-6 with the third quarter melting away, Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden misses fullback Chris Ogbonnaya on a wheel route that would have translated into a major gain -- if not a touchdown -- for Cleveland:
A better pass-catcher than Ogbonnaya might have hauled this in, but it highlights a theme I've seen from Weeden over the first two weeks of the season: Far too many of his throws lack touch.
The All-22 film against the Miami Dolphins in Week 1 revealed Weeden struggling with ball placement all day. Cleveland's receivers chronically dropped balls, but at least two of Weeden's three picks -- despite being tipped passes -- lacked NFL-level precision.