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Colts @ Browns Game Day Thread, October 11, 2020, 4:25pm


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3 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

They had one good series. Browns have gone conservative now on O. They'll run and eat clock, throw on 3rd. We'll likely blitz now on 3rd when it's too late.


I mean they have two INTs and zero points 

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16 minutes ago, w87r said:

Still in the game though.


For all the hate the Defense is getting, they have only gave up 20 puts so far to a team that has been averaging almost 40pts the last 3 weeks.(Pick 6 + safety = 7pts)


Had some big plays made by Browns on contested plays early. They have been dropping the ball, lately. Literally.

My biggest issue with the defence is the coordiantor. He called a bad game in the 1st half. 

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Just now, Moosejawcolt said:

My biggest issue with the defence is the coordiantor. He called a bad game in the 1st half. 

Definitely, but at the same time. The Browns receivers made a lot of nice plays in tight coverage to keep drives alive also.

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