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Jamie Meder stands out in loss





By Josh Edwards

August 14, 2016

The preseason is a matter of finding individual bright spots when it comes to building a roster. Nose tackle Jamie Meder continued his solid play from last season according to Pro Football Focus. Meder was the standout performer from Friday night's 17-11 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

"That the Browns’ standout performer was nose tackle Jamie Meder is both a credit to Meder, looking to build upon the role he earned with strong play last summer,
and a slight disappointment that none of the Browns rookie class really excited in their preseason debuts."

Meder currently sits second on the depth chart behind Danny Shelton.

Some have not been too high on the play of quarterback Robert Griffin III. Pro Football Focus described it as 'solid.' The quarterback completed 4-of-8 passes for 67 yards and an interception during his limited game play.

"For new quarterback Robert Griffin III, an interception over the middle of the field blotted his copybook, but a deep ball down the right sideline to Terrelle Pryor on his only completion more than 10 yards down the field offers some hope of good things to come this season."

It would be unwise to form a strong opinion one way or another on any player after just one game in the NFL preseason.

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