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Browns’ offensive

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Browns’ offensive

Post by laiyongcai92 » Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:15 pm

snap counts Cleveland Browns Womens Hoodie , stats, and PFF notes: Week 5 Below, we analyze the snap counts and stats on offense for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 5 game against the Baltimore Ravens.QuarterbackPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsThe Browns didn’t put a lot of points on the board Sunday, but it was another well-led game by rookie Baker Mayfield, who showed poise despite throwing an early interception and often being backed up in his own territory.There are a couple of things we’ve seen a few weeks now from Mayfield — there are a few balls where he has open receivers at the second level, but the pass is just a tad low for a linebacker to jump and deflect it. Also, while I love how he uses the pocket, sometimes he has been unaware of the rush coming and rolls right into a sack.The highest grade on offense (from PFF) went to none other than Mayfield (81.1). The throw in overtime to Derrick Willies after pressure was in his face was awesome. On passes longer than 20 yards downfield, PFF says that Mayfield was “4-for-7 for 90 yards, one touchdown, and a passer rating of 141.4.”Running BackPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsIt’s not often that the snap count percentages surprise me when I see them, but this was certainly the case this week, learning that Duke Johnson played over half the snaps on offense. Nick Chubb played more snaps than any other game this season Womens Customized Cleveland Browns Jerseys , although his 3 carries for 2 yards were a season-worst.Don’t be sour on the day that Carlos Hyde had. His touchdown streak may have ended, but PFF notes that 61 of his 63 rushing yards came after contact and that he forced five missed tackles against Baltimore.Wide ReceiverPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsJarvis Landry made an error near the end of regulation. His 17-yard pass converted a first down, and he easily would’ve had the sideline to stop the clock. Instead, he tried to side-step inside, thinking he could fool the defense, and was tackled immediately. Cleveland rushed to the line and clocked the ball, but you basically lost two plays there.I don’t know what the Browns should do with Antonio Callaway. For the most part, I still like the routes he is running...but the drops are way over-the-top now.Rashard Higgins broke off his route in the first quarter, leading to an interception. He was unphased after that, though, catching two long passes on third down and then having a touchdown grab. Unfortunately, his birthday game ended early due to a sprained MCL that will keep him out indefinitely. Higgins had the 3rd highest PFF grade on offense for the Browns (72.5).Derrick Willies answered the bell filling in for Higgins, including the key 39-yard catch-and-run on third down to help set up the game-winning field goal. Rod Streater played 18 snaps www.thebrownsfootballauthentic.com , but was blown up on a reverse that tried to utilize his speed — Baltimore was all over it.Tight EndPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsThe six catches were a career high for David Njoku, but the play that stands out is the athletic attempt he could not bring in on the sideline. That type of catch is how I envision Njoku being a weapon, but he just doesn’t bring them in enough on gameday. Can we channel him back to that first preseason game?Seth DeValve played 9 snaps in his first game back and had a 26-yard reception.Offensive LinePosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsAfter a series of solid games by rookie left tackle Desmond Harrison, he was really no match for veteran rusher Terrell Suggs. Per PFF, Suggs “bull-rushed Harrison all game long.”The Browns allowed 5 sacks and 8 quarterback hits.JC Tretter (77.9) and Kevin Zeitler (68.1) were the Browns’ 2nd and 5th highest graded players on offense, respectively. Rookie Austin Corbett played three snaps. On Sunday, the Cleveland Browns are on the road to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. To help preview a few topics from the Steelers’ perspective, we reached out to Jeff Hartman from Behind the Steel Curtain and exchanged five questions with him. Enjoy!Ben Roethlisberger was a turnover machine against Cleveland in Week 1.Photo by Jason Miller/Getty ImagesChris: “Ben Roethlisberger has a lot of turnovers in Week 1 against the Browns in the rain. How has he performed in general since then? Is he back to being Big Ben, or has there been a dropoff?”Jeff: “Roethlisberger did get off to a pretty rough start to the season, in regards to turnovers, but has since corrected this trend and is playing great football. There is a big difference between the Roethlisberger of Week 1, and the Roethlisberger who entered the bye week. The offense has changed since years past. No longer is the deep ball mandatory, but the intermediate passes and yards after catch are how the Steelers move the ball...and Roethlisberger is thriving.”The Steelers are still searching for answers at cornerback.Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty ImagesChris: “Tell us about the Steelers’ cornerback position heading toward the mid-way point of the season.”Jeff: “You know about Joe Haden Cleveland Browns T-Shirt , and he has been a Godsend for this Pittsburgh secondary. However, the player opposite Haden, either Artie Burns or Coty Sensabaugh, has struggled. In fact, when Artie Burns entered the game in Week 1, Todd Haley targeted him immediately, and it paid dividends. He is lacking confidence, and has had issues in the Steelers’ zone coverage schemes. If you want to beat the Steelers’ defense, target the cornerback opposite Haden with regularity.”Le’Veon Bell isn’t back yet — but what happens to the running back rotation when he does return?Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesChris: “James Connor has performed quite well for the Steelers. If Le’Veon Bell returns soon, how do fans expect him to be utilized?”Jeff: “Le’Veon Bell won’t be in the lineup this week, but even when he does return the team has been pretty adamant Bell won’t become the sole running back in the backfield. While Bell would likely become the starter, most would assume a 70-30 Bell to Conner ratio in the backfield to best utilize the talents of both backs.”Chris: “Besides cornerback, what is the Steelers’ biggest weakness right now?”Jeff: “On the defensive side of the ball Cleveland Browns Hats , the middle of the field is still a vulnerability. Since Ryan Shazier’s injury, the Steelers’ inside linebackers are decent against the run, but when spread out can be crushed on the inside. Jon Bostic, who was signed to fill in for Shazier, has filled in admirably, but still isn’t close to a strength of the defense.”Can Cleveland finally find a way to contain T.J. Watt?Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesChris: “T.J. Watt has been having monster games against Cleveland. Has he been causing havoc against other teams too, or just Cleveland?”Jeff: “Watt has been a player on the rise, and has had consistent production, but has tormented the Browns during his time in the NFL. Watt is on pace to lead the Steelers in sacks, and reach the double-digit sack total. His six sacks through 6 games leads the team, and with a big game on Sunday he could further his stance as the Steelers’ most dynamic defender.”Thanks again to Jeff for taking the time to answer my questions. www.nflshopoutlet.com/jacksonville-jaguars