Cleveland, Ohio – Brown’s crime has been on the rise since Thanksgiving. Kevin Stefanski’s team averages 450.5 yards per game in the last four rounds and 308.3 yards per game. To put it in perspective, the Kansas City Chiefs lead the league this season in yards per match at 427.9.
They rose to eighth in Offensive DVOA, According to Football Outsiders, Eighth place in both running and passing, and 11th place per yard per league match.
They are efficient too, ranking 5th Pay the success rate And seventh in points for each command.
Brown reaches its offensive peak just in time of year as Stefansky and his players continue to grow together in the system. Expect more offensive fireworks on Sunday against a defense who has given up 30 or more points in nine matches.
The air attack continued
Surprisingly, New York isn’t bad at defending the race. Now, the flip side is that they’ve just lost one of their best defenders this season at Quinin Williams, but they falter. Folorunso Fatukasi is retreating from the COVID-19 list. Planes Focus on professional football5th best defense in Running and eighth in DVOA defense on Football Outsiders. They are 14 yards per rush per game but eighth in yards per attempt.
The Browns are, in theory, designed to run the ball against anyone, but with Nick Harris filling in the Wyatt Teller, they’ve lost a staple in their game. Meanwhile, Jets Brian Poole’s defense is missing and Javelin Guidry is listed as suspect, so there’s no reason Mayfield and Co. To keep moving the ball effectively in the air.
Sam Darnold’s Experience
Darnold knocked out his best game of the season with a win on Sunday. Complete 22 of 31 passes for 207 yards and mark. He earned his second best playing score from the PFF this season. The Jets-esque timing was perfect considering they were heading towards an alternate landing in the draft until a win over the Rams knocked them out of the driver’s seat in Pick # 1 and Trevor Lawrence.
The only opportunity Jets really have is for Darnold to stay hot and play somewhere near the player they thought they would get when they picked him two places after Baker Mayfield in 2018. Darnold was an inconsistent picture. He has played 12 multi-touch games in his career and nine multi-objection games. He has delivered four touchdown passes in a match once in his career and made four interceptions in a match twice. He fought many games with less than 200 yards as well as fought over 200 yards.
It wasn’t that cool for Darnold, but he might try to prove the case over the next couple of weeks to give the Jets an extra year if he’s not infatuated with Justin Fields.
Battle of the North begins
The “Get their cake and eat it too” scenario for the Browns is to win Sunday, get the help they need from either the Giants or the Raiders (the Las Vegas plays in Miami on Saturday night) and the ponies beat the Steelers. This means that they will land a playoff place and still have a chance to win the North Asia title.
The alternative might be not getting help, while still getting a chance at AFC North next week, but make it a win or go home depending on different scenarios. In this bizarre year, where even exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 at the wrong time could take a major player out of the game, it would be much better to play for a crown in a division with an already closed clincher.
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