Browns vs. Packers: Live Game Thread, Inactives

The Cleveland Browns start the toughest three game stretch they will face this year starting with the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field.  The Packers are decimated with injuries on both sides of the ball but while the Browns can play defense, their offense cannot consistently do anything.  They have a few play makers in Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron but the inability to run with any consistency puts Brandon Weeden in difficult positions and obvious passing situations, which have resulted in some terrible plays.

Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns strong safety T.J. Ward (43) takes the field before a game against the Buffalo Bills during at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

The good news is the Browns have Jabaal Sheard back in the lineup after the injury he suffered in the win against the Minnesota Vikings.  Sheard is arguably the best player on the entire defense and makes it so they are back at full strength with their outside linebackers, which will be extremely important as they try to get pressure on Aaron Rodgers.  As much focus as the Browns will want to put on stopping Rodgers, the Packers have a strong running game led by Eddie Lacy who has shown he can be a big time player, making the overall offense that much more dangerous.

Browns Inactives – DE Billy Winn, OL Martin Wallace, OL Garrett Gilkey, OL Patrick Lewis, TE Kaevon Milton, LB Brandon Magee

Packers Inactives – OLB Clay Matthews, OLB Nick Perry, CB Casey Hayward, LB Brad Jones, WR James Jones, RB James Starks, TE Ryan Taylor

Topics: Cleveland Browns

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  • Pete Smith

    The Browns are looking great in ‘too little too late fashion’

  • Pete Smith

    Unbelievable. NOW that field goal is huge

  • Pete Smith

    Tank Carder… ugh. Referees trying to throw more dirt on Martin

  • Mike

    Eric Martin needs to be cut

  • Pete Smith

    That better be on Boykin

  • Mike

    That is BS Call

  • Pete Smith

    The refs might put the nail in the coffin of the Browns for the second week in a row. The Browns were not good enough, but like last week, refs seem to cut their legs out at the end of the game

  • Mike

    How did they call that pass int on Skrine? I’m still shaking my head

  • Mike

    omg he is almost did it again

  • Mike

    And that will do it and we are back in familiar territory…under .500 in the win loss category

  • Pete Smith

    sigh… Weeden

  • Mike

    Always comes back to him doesn’t it lol…Guess we won’t solve this problem till the spring