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Something always happens when the Steelers and Browns meet. What. Who knows

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Something always happens when the Steelers and Browns meet. What. Who knows

We used to say that it didn't matter if one was 15-0 and the other 0-15; you still could not pick who was going to win.

While I may exaggerate if I were the Browns coaching I'd throw the ball less than 15 times per game the rest of the season excluding those pass plays that are really extended hand offs. I would run and run and run. Chubb would be my primary back alternating Higgins and Hunt as a second back in a dual back offense. In cases where they needed less than five yards I'd put Chubb and Hunt in the backfield with Higgins wide. I would probably put Higgins as a tight end due to his potential yards after the catch. You now have Chubb, Higgins, Hunt, Landry and OBJ as targets either through a pass or hand off. The reason that I want Chubb and Hunt/Higgins in the backfield is that one either gets the hand off and the other blocks or, if a pass, one stays in as a pass blocker while the other flares out as an outlet. In a passing case I'd probably look at hunt as the back that stays for protection. In his short history I think that he shows the most as to being able to pick up the Blitz.

LOL! Can you find fault in what I've said above? ;) I THINK what I suggest would almost make it impossible for a defense to blitz giving Mayfield more time to do his whatever it is he does. Sigh, I DO wish Mayfield would work more on putting some touch on a ball. Then again, that is coaching...

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With the talent the Browns have, They should run the ball most of the time.
what you said makes sense. I saw this article on CBSportsline
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/browns-analytics-department-recommended-current-vikings-oc-for-head-coach-over-freddie-kitchens/

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Interesting article. :)

LOL! As to my wanting them to run how about "On the ground in the Pound"? :rofl2:

BTW, I really liked the Jets' "dark" uniforms.

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jaylach wrote:
Interesting article. :)

LOL! As to my wanting them to run how about "On the ground in the Pound"? :rofl2:
Sounds good to me

BTW, I really liked the Jets' "dark" uniforms.

They were sharp

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While I still like the Browns' "tradition" of not having a helmet logo I have always liked the Rams' helmets.

Thinking of "traditions" I thought that the Browns were the only team without an official cheerleader squad but there are six.
Bills
Packers
Steelers
Giants
Bears
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https://www.reference.com/sports-active-lifestyle/nfl-teams-don-t-cheerleaders-7c6579cef0bfc50c

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When I think of NFL cheerleaders. Only one team comes to mind
Dallas Cowboys

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Just learned something interesting about the Steelers vs Browns Thursday Night Game. Has nothing to do with happens in the NFL but is sort of wild. :mrgreen:

The Steelers' Rudolph played for Oklahoma State and the Browns' Mayfield played for Oklahoma. They played against each other twice and Mayfield won both. The wild part is that the last time they played each other they each threw for five touchdowns and combined for over a thousand yards passing.

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Let's see a college game breakout :) Should be fun

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Let's see a college game breakout :) Should be fun

While that would be fun I think that I'd rather see the Browns run most of the time. ;) And PLEASE no screens unless you want a pick six by Fitzpatrick!

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ArGGGG! Great that the Browns are up after the first quarter but come on... What is with Kitchens? Last week the Browns beat the Bills by running a dual back offense. Where is it? There were reasons that the Browns beat the Jets and Ravens. The following week Kitchens used none of those reasons... Kitchens needs to quit doing what he wants to work and do what actually works. Sigh, I guess I'm becoming a "Kitchens hater"...

Sorry but I'm a bit extreme when it comes to Browns/Steelers (rusted iron) :mrgreen:

<Halftime update>
Ya, I'm happy that the Browns are up 14-0 but that score is as much due to the defense as the offense. RUN THE DANGED BALL! :shock: :mrgreen:

<End of three quarters...>
RUN THE BALL! Up by seven after three but I'm not happy! RUN THE BALL with a dual back offense!!! :evil:

Browns win but I feel it was despite Kitchens, not due to his help. Still, a win is a win and I'm happy. :mrgreen: The Browns' defense won this game, not the Kitchens' restricted idea of an offense. LOL! RUN THE DANGED BALL! :!: :shock: :ugeek:

BTW! Looks like Chubb is the first runner to have 1000 yards in a season this early since Jim Brown.

And then there is the fiasco at the end that will probably cost the Browns Garrett for a few games... Coaching, lack of discipline. Just took the wind out of a good win...

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You won the game. That's a good thing for you
What happened at the end was bad . Should be arrested
Assault with a deadly weapon Could have hurt him real bad

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Garrett is suspended indefinitely. Part of me feels that he should be banned for life. Apparently it seems that Rudolph was not all that innocent either as it looks like he is being fined. I also feel that Kitchens is accountable as it is another indication that he can't control the team.

I swear that I was less embarrassed to be a Browns fan when they went 0-16.

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