Q: The safety position still seems to be a significant problem for our defense. What direction do you think the Browns will go — stay with the starters and hope they will get better, use some of their cap space on a free agent, or promote a safety...
by: Albert Breer — Sports Illustrated 8h
From L.A. to Dallas, how John Fassel and Greg Zuerlein prepared for the play that swung the Cowboys' win over the Falcons. Plus much more from Week 2.
by: Chris Pokorny — SB Nation: Dawgs By Nature 20 Sep
The offense clicks on all cylinders, scoring five touchdowns against the Bengals.
by: Chad Porto — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 19 Sep
After giving it a day to simmer, there are some key points to take away from the Cleveland Browns Week 2 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cleveland ...
by: N/A — NFL: Cleveland Browns 19 Sep
The Browns' revamped group of blockers overcame multiple injuries to deliver a performance that featured more than 200 rushing yards from Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt and zero sacks on Baker Mayfield, who had plenty of time to throw throughout...
by: Matthew Marczi — Steelers Depot 19 Sep
The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals fielded two former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive linemen in their starting five on Thursday night in their game against one another. It could have gone better. After losing their right guard to injury,...
Gamble paying off: How Cleveland Browns are building an offensive line – Terry Pluto - cleveland.com
by: Terry Pluto | email@example.com — Cleveland.com 19 Sep
Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt had monster games against the Bengals. But they had plenty of help up front.
Browns FB Andy Janovich on running vs. the Bengals: ‘We could’ve had 300 or 400 yards if we wanted’ - cleveland.com
by: Mary Kay Cabot | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 18 Sep
Fullback Andy Janovich says the Browns could've run all over the Bengals all night if they had wanted to.
Notes: Myles Garrett’s critical strip-sack biggest bright spot for defense that struggled to get off field, allowed 30 points
by: Scott Petrak - The Chronicle-Telegram — Browns Zone 18 Sep
The defense gave up 30 points for the second straight game to open the season, this time to a rookie quarterback. But coach Kevin Stefanski saw a surge in positives from the unit Thursday night in the 35-30 win over the Bengals. The strip-sack from...
by: Andrew Gribble — NFL: Cleveland Browns 18 Sep
The Browns overcame injuries to deliver a big performance vs. Cincinnati
by: Mike Florio — NBC Sports 18 Sep
An ankle injury kept Browns tackle Chris Hubbard out of the Week One loss to the Ravens. On Thursday night, Hubbard replaced starting right tackle Jack Conklin, who has ankle and finger injuries. Hubbard performed well as the understudy. “No sacks,...
by: Jeff Risdon — USA Today: Browns Wire 18 Sep
Cincinnati ran 92 offensive plays to 58 for the Browns
by: Matthew Marczi — Steelers Depot 18 Sep
Now that the 2020 regular season has begun, following a second consecutive season in which they failed to even reach the playoffs, it’s time to take stock of where the Pittsburgh Steelers stand. Specifically where Steelers players stand individually...
JIMMY'S TAKE: Cleveland Browns 'did what they needed to do' by running the ball well in win over Cincinnati Bengals
by: N/A — WKYC Cleveland 18 Sep
'Offensive linemen love to run block, especially when they have a tandem like Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. They were the answer on this Thursday night.'