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Browns figured out why they lost to the Ravens

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The Ravens have outscored their opponents 164-19 in their last 4 season openers.

 

Yikes.

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17 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

Did anyone watch the game yesterday? I haven't seen but a highlight or two and I'm curious...if you saw the game, what was their problem? Play calling? Mayfield? Their defense? Or are the Ravens just that good this year?

I saw it. The problem was they looked totally unprepared, obj drops easy passes and has poor body language, Myles Garrett was a non-factor, they couldn’t stick with the run game (which is pretty good) because they fell behind so early, lots of injuries on D, it was just a whole lot of bad. Mayfield looks to lack the confidence and poise he often had as a rookie. Mainly, the Ravens looked really good - possibly even better than the chefs 

 

btw OBJ has lost a step. While not a bad player per se he’s not the same as when he was with the NYG

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3 hours ago, Royale with Cheese said:


It is unbelievable.  Honestly, do you kinda feel for Browns fans?  

No.

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30 minutes ago, HappyDays said:

I really don't know how Mayfield goes from one of the most accurate passers in college to missing a wide open Beckham multiple times in a game. Does he just not put the work in?

He is worried more about his house than football.

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Pretty simple answer.  They had the #1 pick in 2018 & chose the wrong QB.  #Wrong Baker.

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4 hours ago, Chandler#81 said:

‘Why did we lose?

 

..because we Suck!’

 

for the Browns, that’s correct 

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50 minutes ago, HappyDays said:

I really don't know how Mayfield goes from one of the most accurate passers in college to missing a wide open Beckham multiple times in a game. Does he just not put the work in?

He admitted last year that he didn’t put the work in before year 2.  But some of it is undoubtedly that he’s in his 4th OC in 3 years

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5 hours ago, Jauronimo said:

OBJ, Jarvis, Hunt, Chubb, Njoku, Hooper and they score 6 points.  Unbelievable.  

To lose is one thing but that talent at skills positions is incredible to score the same for the whole game as Moss scored recieving is not a good look.

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These Browns are very unlikeable. Back in the Kelly Holcomb-Tim Couch days I kind of felt bad for them. Not these guys. 

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5 hours ago, Mike in Horseheads said:

LOL I saw that and had same reaction :lol:.  I guess it was lets can somebody!

 

Sort of like when Rex Ryan’s defense was frog-marched backwards down the field over and over so they fired Roman?

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That extra point would have made a huge difference  the score would have been 38-7 ;)

 

The field goal miss sealed the deal they would have only lost by 28 and would have covered the spread ;) 

 

 

The above post was not checked for facts  :)

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5 hours ago, Maybe Someday said:

Kind of like the time when our defense got shredded so we fired the OC. 

I was reminded of the exact same thing. They just spin the a Penalty Wheel and fire whomever it lands on.

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The Browns lost to one of the best teams in the league. They didn't play the jets.

 

Are we saying if the Bills played the ravens Allen would have performed much better than Mayfield?

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6 hours ago, dneveu said:

 

It's like watching the bills with like watkins and everyone.  Some big plays and big names - but at the end of the day they will drop a key 3rd down, take a bad penalty, or just miss a throw at an inopportune time.  If they don't run well they won't win.  

 

I'm also not sure what baker is at this point.  He's supposed to be the accurate one of the class, and you see it on some of the 10-20 yard stuff.  But the short stuff was supposed to be his bread and butter, and it just isn't.  He's late and off-target constantly.  His pocket presence also hasn't really improved.  I do think he'll end up having a 2nd career somewhere other than cleveland.  Maybe Tennessee when tannehill inevitably does tannehill things.  

When you have 3 coaching staff in your 3 years in the NFL, there is no continuity and *process*

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1 hour ago, JakeFrommStateFarm said:

The Browns lost to one of the best teams in the league. They didn't play the jets.

 

Are we saying if the Bills played the ravens Allen would have performed much better than Mayfield?

I'm going out on a limb and saying yes, Josh would have played better than Baker.

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1 hour ago, JMF2006 said:

That extra point would have made a huge difference  the score would have been 38-7 ;)

 

The field goal miss sealed the deal they would have only lost by 28 and would have covered the spread ;) 

 

 

The above post was not checked for facts  :)

The coach and GM took the over at 45 and took the Browns to cover the spread.....

1 hour ago, JakeFrommStateFarm said:

The Browns lost to one of the best teams in the league. They didn't play the jets.

 

Are we saying if the Bills played the ravens Allen would have performed much better than Mayfield?

I would hope so, they did play a very close game against the Ravens last year and should be able to score more then 6 points.

No ones making fun of the browns just because they lost, its because they lost so bad AND decided it was the kickers faults that they dumped them immediately.....

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3 hours ago, Just Joshin' said:

He is worried more about his house than football.

 

More likely he's worried about what skank's going to give him a Cleveland steamer after the game.

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12 hours ago, Lurker said:

Could it be that Baker was so tired from covering up all the FirstEnergy seats from the rain that he had nothing left on Sunday? 

 

I mean, give the poor guy a break...

 

So, I’ve been noticing a trend where posters find a post on a prior page of a thread and then post it again as if it was their take.  

 

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16 hours ago, That's No Moon said:

You're aware there are people who want to cut Bass today because he missed two kicks (possibly one) out of seven in a game we won.

 

I'm not one of those people, but they are out there. Heard an Eagles fan call to bench Wentz for Jalen Hurts today.

Not for nothing, but Wentz really hasn’t played good ball since Reich left.

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