Cleveland, Ohio – which’s a good thing, as Browns coach Kevin Stephensky said last week is not the cop he thought it was because his players suddenly think – and tweet – are big adults.
Miles Garrett and several of his Browns players fell 11-1 to Washington on Monday, 23-17, after the Steelers regretted mentioning the AFC North crown on Twitter.
The Steelers are now two games ahead of the 9-3 Browns, with both teams meeting in Cleveland on January 3 in the season final.
Suddenly, Browns thinks about the division title instead of fighting one of the three AFC wild-card places.
Jarvis Laundry and others weighed in after Alex Smith overtook Ben Rothlisberger.
After a slim performance against Baltimore, Mike Tomlin said, “To be honest with you is a very young varsity.”
When asked to explain their awful red zone scene, Tomlin said it was “sucking us up”.
Meanwhile, the Browns now have four straight wins against the 8-4 Titans, including a 41-35 win on Sunday, which legalized them in the NFL view.
Currently the first seed of one of the three wild-card locations, the Browns now have a great gift for their eye sight – emojis and all.
For most of the season, the Browns followed Kevin Stephensky’s mantra of taking one game at a time.
“We’re 9-3,” Garrett said after Sunday’s game. “It’s good enough that I can put it down. It should take a week at a time. That’s what we hope to record now, 1-0 after next Monday. The next team is product wise, film-study wise, and do what we can to find out what they’re going to do. Do everything we can. ”
He added: “Ravens QB) Lamar (Jackson) should get him if he comes back.”
That season final in Cleveland could be for the division crown depending on how it goes over the next few weeks.
Steelers finish: Buffalo (8-3), Cincinnati (2-9-1), Versus Indianapolis (8-4) and Cleveland (9-3).
Browns finish: vs. The Ravens (6-5), Jets (0-12) at Giants (5-7) and home vs. Steelers.
The Ravens will host the Cowboys tomorrow night before coming to town for a Monday night football game on December 14th.
Stephensky’s ‘I don’t think the police’ comment came in response to receiver Cadrell Hodge that the Titans were not ‘a super team’ and ‘could be beaten like everyone else’. He believes the Browns can ‘go deep into the playoffs’ and that only the Browns can stop themselves.
Now, Hodge has some companies to talk to in the playoffs.
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