Buffalo then the inbred defense vs the Browns moving parts

Buffalo then the inbred defense vs the Browns moving parts

  • All those with weak stomachs ,I'd suggest you take up a new hobby if you're looking for the Browns to now turn this thing around yet this year .


    Yes mathematically we're still alive , but yesterday we went on the wrong side of the teeter totter and continued the down hill slide.
    Freddy's fat **** greased up and heading down a water slide , has a better chance of reversing course and turning around ,then Freddy coaching the Browns the next two weeks to right this ship and save this season.


    Dorsey pulled this Jerry Jones puppeteer act and his fingerprints are in bedded deep into every loss , but the coroner is gonna pronounce Freddy in a suicide ,never mind the bus tires running both ways over his corps and the bullet to the back of the head .


    Vaark called his shot, with it happening right after the inbred loss as per Haslam's MO and firing record , which is hard to argue with , while Poppa said he'll make the end of the season.


    Bills do us Sunday , in front of these fans making us 0h-fer at home the nightmare will end that afternoon, because it will come down to Dorsey covering his butt and driving the bus .


    >>>>>>
    SoulDawg

  • Discussion
  • If they pull the trigger on Fred, they better find someone as HC or OC that can unlock this offense. IOW, no, no and hell no to Mike McCarthy.

  • Gameface64 said... (original post) If they pull the trigger on Fred, they better find someone as HC or OC that can unlock this offense. IOW, no, no and hell no to Mike McCarthy.

    SD:

    Dorsey's quizzling is already here in Monken, but doubt anybody on this staff can control the Louisiana mafia .

    Two fckn idiot supposed to be leaders out there building their brand and modeling shoes in a pivotal game ,season on the line on the road fresh in the midst of a three game losing streak.

    Not to mention our meatball QB spending more time in the mirror than Madeline Monroe instead of the playbook and film room.

    Dorsey is running the Jerry Jones puppet scheme without Jerry's checkbook .

    no legit coach coming in down the road is gonna put up with that garbage .

    >>>>

    SoulDawg

    This post was edited by SoulDawg74 2 months ago

  • SoulDawg74 said... (original post) SD:Dorsey's quizzling is already here in Monken, but doubt anybody on this staff can control the Louisiana mafia .Two fckn idiot supposed t...

    That's just it SD, there's no veteran HC coming here to work for these idiots if they fire another HC in season 1. Who in their right mind, who has options, is going to willingly jump into a meat grinder? No ONE.

    How soon you all forget the humiliation JH3 suffered after firing Chud and nobody wanted the job. Then of course we end up with Pettine, like Freddie, the only fool who would take the job.

    To top it off, who would want to work with Baker "little man syndrome" Mayfield? Stupid fool paints a bulls eye on our backs every week. Just STFU already.

    You're right about Dorsey, this is HIS mess. He forced Monken on Freddie. This isn't Freddie's offense, anyone with eyes can see that. And you know damn well Freddie didn't hire Todd, they never worked together, didn't know one another, and have different offensive philosophies. Ditto Wilks.

    OBJ is a talented player, but a terrible match for this team. He needs to be on a team with an established "veteran" QB, Like Brady, Rogers or Rivers, not some chippy punk*** QB who's still trying to find his own way. Mayfield can't control Beckham, and now Odell is rubbing off on Landry. In the end, they'll both have to go.

    It's a mess, I'll grant you that. But it's Dorsey's mess, and he can't clean it up by scapegoating Freddie. Haslam can't take the backlash

  • The Eagles ran for more than 200 yards against the Bills, and Washington rushed for over 100 yards in the first half last week. If the Browns are going to win this game it's going to take a 150-yard rushing game because the Bills pass defense is exceptional. Being able to alternate Chubb and Hunt will help - they'll always have a fresh set of legs in there.

    The Bills secondary is so good that dumping it off to Hunt might be a great play. Let him get consistent YAC and keep the chains moving. Besides that, Landry may be the key to the passing game. From the Bills' beat writer for The Athletic:

    "Taron Johnson on Jarvis Landry [is a key matchup]. The Bills’ second-year nickel cornerback has battled injuries and inconsistent play in 2019. As a result, Buffalo has been susceptible to allowing yards to slot receivers. Landry is the toughest one they’ve faced all season, so this will be quite the test for Johnson."

    There you go. Run the ball with Chubb and Hunt, hit Hunt on some passes out of the backfield, and go to Landry if he's covered by Johnson. There are some vulnerabilities to attack.

    The key on defense is to stop the run and keep Allen in the pocket. As a column in The Athletic pointed out:

    "The Bills’ rushing offense is No. 7 in the league in Football Outsiders’ DVOA."

    The Browns can't let the Bills run them into the ground all day and they can't let Allen escape the pocket and scramble for first downs on 3rd-and-long.

    The Bills' wide receivers are OK but nothing special and their tight ends are "glorified offensive linemen". I would count on Greedy and Ward to play man against the WR's while moving our safeties up to focus on stopping the run.

    The Bills seem to be a good team overall but they are 22nd in scoring despite playing six bad teams. They're averaging 19.8 ppg and the Browns need to hold them to 17 or less. Defensively the Bills are giving up 4.6 yards per carry and the Browns need to be right there or hopefully better. The Bills have a strong pass defense but they're just average in sack percentage so Mayfield needs to stand in there and throw some accurate passes to the right receivers. If Landry has Johnson on him he should get the ball a lot. If Chubb or Hunt can break a couple of long runs it would really help.

    They also need to have another game with no turnovers and a reasonable number of penalties.

    The Bills' six wins have come against opponents that have won nine games combined. But they played well in their two losses to good teams.

  • PROSECUTOR said... (original post) The Eagles ran for more than 200 yards against the Bills, and Washington rushed for over 100 yards in the first half last week. If the Browns ar...

    Yes to everything you say. And double emphasis on keeping the turnovers and penalties down. What a shock that beating yourself leads to a 2-6 record.

    I think the new addition of Hunt could be key in this game. If we're smart enough to use it to our advantage. The D focuses on Hunt? Use him as a decoy. The D de-values him? Make them pay. He's a new and very talented element in the O that no one has seen this year and no tape on how Freddie/Monken will use him. So let's use that to our advantage.

    Right, Freddie?

  • Browns are turning the corner. Kitchens said things would be better after the bye week and they were. If it wasnt better he wouldnt be here. It sucks that we lost to denver but we are onto buffalo.

    I think we have a good match up with buffalo. Should be able to run and open up play action and freddie worked on red zone all week so no excuses. With hunt back browns have to win every game. They have talent out the wazoo. It comes together right now.

  • Well, Sheldon Richardson is guaranteeing a win.

    “We’re working twice as hard to get [the fans] a dub [W],’’ he said. “And we’ll keep the dubs rolling. We feel the intensity, the pressure in the air for getting a dub, and we want it just as bad as y’all do and I promise you we’re going to go out and get one.’

    OK, Sheldon, you won't have Vernon next to you today so you're going to have to play extra hard, especially since you promised us a dub. I'm holding you to it.

    Dan Labbe pointed out that the Browns rank 25th in red zone TD percentage while the Bills rank 1st. The Browns lost to Denver because they couldn't score TD's in the red zone. This will be huge today.

    The Bills have been great in the red zone thanks in part to Josh Allen's ability to scramble on broken plays along with their strong running game. Allen has four of the Bills' eight rushing TD's. The question is how much of the Bills' success is due to bad defense. Six of their eight opponents have won one or two games.

    Allen has rushed for 19 first downs. The team leader, the ageless Frank Gore, has rushed for 23, but he has 45 more carries. Rookie Devin Singletary has some interesting numbers. He's averaging an outstanding 6.7 yards per carry but his longest gain was 23 yards. He only has 40 carries in 8 games, so they don't use him much but he's been productive.

    It's time for the Browns to finally play a complete game; strong rushing, accurate throws to OBJ and Landry, no turnovers, few penalties, a couple of red zone TD's, and solid defense against a team ranked 22nd in scoring despite playing a very soft schedule. Richardson thinks the Browns are ready. We'll find out soon.

    This post was edited by PROSECUTOR 2 months ago

  • In Josh Allen's last five games he's thrown for 153, 219, 202, 169, and 160 yards. Not exactly Marino in his prime, or even Jim Kelly. The Browns need to contain him in the pocket and make him throw into coverage while not allowing him to scramble for first downs. No Olivier Vernon today so that hurts since Chad Johnson and Chris Smith have shown no ability to pressure the QB and Avery has been traded. Mack Wilson is getting high pass rushing grades from PFF so maybe they bring him in passing situations.

    This post was edited by PROSECUTOR 2 months ago

  • oasis05 said... (original post) Browns are turning the corner. Kitchens said things would be better after the bye week and they were. If it wasnt better he wouldnt be here. It suc...

    Mayfield seems to be turning the corner. In the last two games against New England and Denver he's thrown 73 passes with only one interception and that was on the shovel pass, which wasn't really a pass. He threw 11 picks in the first six games.

    Baker has completed 64.4% of his passes the last two games. The first six games it was 56.6%, so he's improving.

    We're still not seeing touchdowns or big plays, but the picks are down and the completion percentage is up. He now has a new target out of the backfield in Kareem Hunt. OBJ has 10 catches in 13 targets the last two games, so that's an improvement. Antonio Callaway is getting more involved after his suspension; he had a 41-yard catch last week and had four catches in five targets last week.

    The passing game isn't anywhere near where it should be, but I'm seeing positive signs. That needs to continue today against a team that is vulnerable against the run and doesn't have a great pass rush. The Browns should have some good down-and-distance situations where they can take shots against this secondary, especially off play action.