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Baker looks sharp tonight. If we can get this version of Baker every game, and having that playaction with Chubb and Hunt in the back field, my goodness the Browns will be hard to stop.

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8 minutes ago, TypicalBrowns50 said:

And the offense is night and day. I see the offense gelling. Hope has been restored tonight.

our defense is wildly inconsistent. We need injured guys to heal up

burrow looks good

We also need to be able to win games when our defense is healing up. That’s what it’s gonna take to become a winner. Baker needs to be great. 

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Idk what it’s called, but I hate those “quick” hand offs where the RB is only 4-5 yards off center like Chubb was 1st and 2nd down. Bad series of calls there.

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I have no problem with the aggressiveness and the 4th and goal attempt.

Now Not blitzing a rookie QB....another story.

 

they better dial up the pressure second half 

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In case anyone was wondering who “Jackson“ is: 

DE Joe Jackson (6-5, 258 lbs) - Jackson was a 5th round pick by the Dallas Cowboys in 2019. As a rookie last year, Jackson played in 5 games, registering 4 tackles. Jackson was Dane Brugler’s23rd-ranked edge rusher in last year’s class, saying the following about him:

A two-year starter at Miami, Jackson lined up at right defensive end in the Hurricanes’ four-man front. He was consistently productive in his three seasons at Miami and was one of only seven active FBS players in 2018 with at least 24.0 career sacks. Although his take-on and placement skills are subpar, Jackson is a power rusher who wins with body-to-body combat. He flashes quickness, but isn’t a burst player and there isn’t anything diverse or creative about his rush sequence. Overall, Jackson rushes tall and stiff with little semblance of a back-up plan, but he is naturally powerful with the length and baseline traits to develop into an NFL starter in the right situation.

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What's up with the kick offs?

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3 minutes ago, jrb12711 said:

Dudes helmet flies off, no flag. This bengals line could get a legit flag.every down. Gotta call it a few damn times.

The OBJ jersey tear was one of the worst non calls 

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the hold on Beckham, even pulling his shirt out a foot...

ref right there.

no call.

what in the heck is going on with the refs? missing calls, Stefanski had to throw the flag THAT early

in the game, on an obvious incompletion?

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It shouldn’t be understated that every scoring drive for the Bengals is a direct result of bad special teams. Hope they watch a lot of film to firm it up.

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Why? The running game was going so good.

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Just now, CLEVELANDwantsPLAYOFFS said:

Agressive playcalling. I like it. Baker didn’t see Jackson, should’ve aired that pass out more.

Yeah no problem with it.  One of the first games in a long time where the offensive play calls have been pretty solid throughout. 

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3 minutes ago, CLEVELANDwantsPLAYOFFS said:

Agressive playcalling. I like it. Baker didn’t see Jackson, should’ve aired that pass out more.

Playcall wasn't bad but Baker made a stupid mistake there, he should've accounted for the safety. He shouldn't be doing that in his 3rd year.

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