November 8, 2010 by staff
Peyton Hillis, Coming off a bye week, the Cleveland Browns on all cylinders dominated New England Patriots, a team that entered the game with the best record in the NFL. This was not a fluke victory by any stretch of the imagination.
On offense, Peyton Hillis could not be stopped, he ran a career-high 184 yards on 29 touches for 2 touchdowns. That includes a nice 35-yard blast that had to end the Patriots in the fourth quarter, forcing New England to make backup Brian Hoyer in the game, and they were losing so bad. Colt McCoy threw the ball only 19 times, but completed 75% of his passes. Congratulations Brian Daboll – the Browns finally had a perfect offensive game, with emphasis on the race, then have a clutch mixed in a few steps today, changed my mind – McCoy is the starting quarterback the rest of the season.
As for the Patriots offense, Tom Brady seemed to be confused with the defense is our team was pulling it. Their receivers struggled to catch the ball, at times, and Rob Grankowski had a costly fumble just before halftime. The Patriots converted just 11.3 of their third downs (27%), which I guess is a low season for them.
The Browns did not stop the creativity and risk taking in this game. They are mixed on kickoffs to keep the ball away from Brandon Tate, and one of those attempts resulted in an accidental kick game recovery. On offense, a version of “fumblerooski” has been executed, with Chansi Stuckey to take on a score. The Browns also converted a fourth and short in its own territory in the first quarter.
In the last two games have been incredible, and not think you can beat the New York Jets next week now? Cleveland could even be promoted taking into account how the Jets to lose to the Lions?
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