Neither team really opened up their playbooks, but both teams played their starters for significant minutes. It wasn't a good barometer of what Week 1 will be like, but it gave us an idea of what each team needs to work on in the next two weeks.
The Browns started the game off right, driving down to the Eagles 2-yard line. A holding penalty followed by a sack and lost fumble doomed the Browns the rest of the night. The offense never really got going and the first-team defense struggled to contain an offense led by a rookie quarterback and a bunch of backups.
For the Eagles, it was mostly a positive effort. Still, there were a fair share of winners and losers Friday night. Twelve players stood out to me from Friday night, both good and bad.