Breakfast with Brownie

Morning Browns Fans and Happy Saturday to all!!!!

We are a day away from the big divisional showdown against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers at First Energy Stadium on Sunday.

Browns  tight end Jordan Cameron, talked about needing to find a way to get open, so quarterback JasonWhat kind of player will tight end Jordan Cameron become? (Jason Miller/Getty Images) Campbell can get him the ball and make a play.

With the running game still grinding its proverbial gears, it is extremely important to get the passing game going, and wide receiver Josh Gordon can’t do it all.  Cameron needs to pick up his game and become the huge receiving threat he was in the first seven games of the season when he caught 45 passes for 515 yards with six touchdowns.

Since the first seven games, Cameron has 11 catches for 114 yards and no touchdowns.

He alluded Friday to “some chemistry things here and there, but I don’t think that’s a problem at all. I’ve just been getting a lot more attention so it’s harder to get open. They pay attention to what you’re doing. They’re hitting you in all areas, and I just think it’s the way the defense has been playing.”

On a side note, injuries as of Friday afternoon are as follows for the Browns.  Tight end MarQueis Gray is out with a hamstring injury, linebacker Craig Robertson is doubtful with a knee injury and Armonty Bryant is questionable with back spasms.

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Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon after his five catches for 125 yards and one touchdown performance last Sunday compared to Bengals  wide receiver A.J. Green,  who only had two catches for seven yards.  “That just goes to show you how good our defense is,” he said. “Our defense is that stout with hit-you-in-the-mouth-type players. That’s exactly what Joe Haden and the DBs did, they didn’t want to allow anything from a guy like that because everybody expects him to do big things like that. But I practiced hard all week and I deserved what I got.”

Browns tight end Jordan Cameron on facing Steelers safety Troy Polamalu on Sunday.  “He’s everywhere,” said Cameron. “He’s a disruptor. At the line of scrimmage, he’ll see something and he’ll kind of just jump the gun and kind of avoid his responsibility if he sees something, and usually he’s right. He’s a dangerous player. You’ve got to be aware of where he’s at all times. He’ll line up deep and he’ll come running down and shoot a gap. He’s a tough guy to go against. He disguises a lot. He’s kind of a freelance guy.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

>This is one prediction I would love to see come true come Sunday.  Love this old school uniform look!! Go Browns!!

 

>The Plain Dealer’s Tom Reed has an interesting little stat as far as the AFC North goes.  Let’s hope this Sunday is the first time in Browns history they sweep all three AFC North rivals at home!!!

 

Friday Night Lights 

Highland 24 Avon 21

Glenville 40 Madison 7

North Ridgeville 44 Wellington 18

 

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