The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news that you need to know, including Damarious Randall being extremely confident heading into the 2019 season.
He is a confident player that does not worry about the blow-back that comes to him after he makes a comment.
In just one season with the Browns, he has quickly become a leader of the defense, mainly because of his confidence. He is always flying around the field and will always have his teammates back.
With the Browns heading into the 2019 season with plenty of momentum, Randall is confident about the team’s prospects next season.
In today’s featured article, he explains why the AFC North is in for a rude awakening and how the Cleveland Browns are going to start running the division.
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"“We know what’s ahead,’’ Randall said after Sunday’s 26-24 loss to the Ravens. “The NFL knows it’s in trouble, the AFC North knows it’s in trouble. We expect to win the AFC North next year, we expect to win a lot of games next year and we’ve just got to get back to the drawing board and get some rest and get back to work.’’"
With the Bengals and Steelers looking like they are prepared to rebuild in the next couple of seasons, the Browns and their young roster have an opportunity to take control of the AFC North. If they can get past the Baltimore Ravens, which will be a major challenge for a long time, the Browns can become the kings of the AFC North.
The Cleveland Browns had a memorable 2018 season, whether it be the chaos in the first half of the year or the late surge in the second half of the season. Mike Lukas remembers the 2018 version of the Cleveland Browns.
"With a third-place finish in the AFC North secured, the Browns opponents — both home and away — have been set for the 2019 season. In addition to facing the entirety AFC East and NFC West divisions — as well as the AFC North twice — Cleveland will face the third-place teams from the AFC South and AFC West."
The Cleveland Browns will have some tough tests during their 2019 season, but also multiple games against teams that finished in the bottom of the half of the league this year. There are also some games that could put the Browns in prime time throughout the season, most notably the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams games.
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