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Every pundit I have heard picks: Browns!

What to watch coming out of Washington Football Team vs. Cleveland Brown:

Pass rush:

-Preseason prediction: a great defensive line

-Game 1: 8 sacks

-Game 2: 3 sacks

-Game 3: what is the over/under, 2 sacks.

Dropped passes: According to this blogger, back in the 1980s, the motto was if a NFL receiver can get a hand on a ball, he should make the catch. Last week, I counted 8 drops. I believe this is correctable. Did the receiver corps get coach on this aspect at practice this week?

Open receivers: too many wide open receiver last week. Whether in zones or poor design coverages, at times like WFT lost or did not assign defenders to opposing receivers. How often do we see men completely unchecked out of the flat, too often the past decade.

Flip the script:

For a majority of WFT game last season, WFT would be down by a score or two late and could not get the d off the field. Haskins seemed to flip that script leading a come from behind victory.

This season WFT needed comebacks of 17 and 20 points and they made one comeback. Do they have the ability to comeback?

Or will they completely flip the script and take a lead and hold it. With this team the past season that was extremely rare.

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2 Responses to “Every pundit I have heard picks: Browns!”

  1. richbrave says:

    Replayed this game.
    HASKINS lost this one all by himself.
    Three ints, and two fumbles, one a strip sack, one a botched handoff to GIBSON (recovered).
    Two of the ints were high, the first to LOGAN THOMAS into heavy coverage.
    Man, how do you overthrow a 6’6″ TE?
    Should have had two more ints than he did.
    Rook ISAIAH WRIGHT saved one by knocking BROWNS d-back off the ball and out of bounds in the first half.
    HASKINS threw into double coverage after being pressured rather than out of bounds.
    The rook knew more about football than HASKINS in that instance.
    And I haven’t even mentioned throwing wide by five yards to a wide-open TERRY McLAURIN in the endzone.
    Would have been a sure six.
    HASKINS accounted for more WFT misery than three ints and a strip sack fumble.
    If the rumors are true that the majority owner and HASKINS are best buds, and that SNYDER was responsible for picking him over other options in 2018, then the root of our misery actually lies with ownership.
    We really shouldn’t be blaming HASKINS for being a starter for the WFT, rather than being a third string QB on another team

  2. Marc Lande says:

    That was pregame..You were spot on, next week where’s the side of the barn? Wink…this is why I’m out of the punditry business, I guess? ?I am lazy on next weeks article and depressed? The big question for WFT fans like myself which series?

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