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Cleveland Browns: I'm talking to myself about how to kick the defense – Terry Pluto



TAMPA, Florida – When I talk about field goals and sacks, Brown's defense looks evil:

QUESTION: Did you see that?

ANSWER: What?

F; The guy from Olivier Vernon, who just run over the lineman Demar Dotson from Tampa Bay Buccaneer and then drilled QB Jameis Winston?

The defensive end of the Pro Bowl against the New York Giants?

Q: Right, the fast guy …

A: In fact, there were many fast guys who fought back for the orange helmets, and Myles Garrett only played the first series of the game. In one game, the Pro Bowl defense ends …

Q: Which one?

A: Garrett. I forgot the Browns now have two Pro Bowl defenders. However, Garrett had two teams, but Vernon roared through the Tampa offensive line …

Q: Did not you already say that?

A: I opened this discussion with Vernon's second sack. I'm talking about his FIRST sack now.

Q: He had two?

A: Yes, and also a quarterback hit that did not lead to a sack. He spent more time in Tampa than Bucs with Ronald Jones.

Q: The Browns had how many sacks in the first half?

A: Five.

Q: FIVE?

A: At one game, Sheldon Richardson picked up Winston and threw him for a sack in Brown's teammate Chris Smith. Two more sacks came from Christian Kirksey and Denzel Ward as lightning.

Q: A pretty good day for Steve Wilks?

A: The new defensive coordinator has not flashed much. But his boys roared everywhere in the field. Tampa did not play top receiver Mike Evans. But Winston is the starter. Many other starters were in the field. The Bucs offense did nothing … null … in the first half.

Q: You mean zero points?

A: That's right. But I also think that the Bucs have to puncture six times. On four occasions they went 3-and-out. They only had 1

9 meters in 10 rushes. They had zero first falls on the ground. Oh my gosh, the defense had a coming-out party.

Q: What about the Browns offensive?

A: Austin Seibert was 4-on-4 on field goals … 54, 36, 34 and 30 yards.

Q: I did not talk about the kick game …

A: If the beginner had missed some kicks.

Q: Will you be real, the offense …

A: First, the disclaimer. No, Nick Chubb, Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham.

Q: What about Baker Mayfield?

A: I counted at least three drops of recipients. Two by Derrick Willies, one by Rashard Higgins.

Q: Are you excused that Mayfield is only 72 yards on a 10-of-26 pass?

A: I thought his timing was wrong. He was a bit late or inaccurate with too many litters. He also had some passes sailed up. This was warm weather, not particularly windy. He lacked the usual decision-making feeling for the passing game.

Q: What was the deal with Kareem Hunt?

A: I expected more. The Browns opened with their planned offensive line. There did not seem to be many holes for running back. But he did not look particularly fast or sharp, just 11 yards in five runs.

Q: Are you worried about the crime?

A: No. But I wonder if the offense will look a bit ragged in the season. The teams do not want to play long against their starters in the preseason for fear of injury. We only know in regular time what the offense looks like. It is not expected that Beckham and Landry take a snapshot in the preseason. Chubb barely played.

Q: What is the end result?

A: The launch offensive did not protect Mayfield very well, and she did not seem strong in run-blocking either. For the Browns the defense and the kick of Seibert were the best, the offensive (especially the line) requires much more work.


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