The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including a look at how some believe the Browns will lose in Week 2
We are moving on to Week 2 here at DPD, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be some news about this past week still creeping in. With that being said, our Daily Dawg Tags focus on what lies ahead for the Cleveland Browns.
The featured story today comes from a CBS Sports piece where the Browns are being picked to lose to the New York Jets on Monday Night Football in Week 2.
That’s not a terrible thing as this team is used to being underdogs. They’re also used to upsetting the Jets in the bright lights.
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That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"“Sound the alarms in Cleveland: the Browns fall to 0-2 after losing to Le’Veon Bell and a Jets team that surrendered a double-digit lead to the Bills in Week 1. Bell, who enjoyed a great deal of success against the Browns during his time with the Steelers, will get his first win as a Jet while re-emerging as one of the NFL’s most versatile running backs.”"
Cleveland isn’t technically entering this game as an underdog, but there will be plenty of pundits selecting them to lose following their opening weekend. That could be good for the Dawgs who are used to being doubted.
"“It wasn’t the Browns’ best day of football, but Williams held his own as the only rookie to see the field on offense or defense. He logged 40 of a possible 61 snaps on a day the Browns surrendered just four completions to wide receivers.”"
The Browns were without a first-round pick this year but that ended up working out just fine as LSU’s Greedy Williams fell to them. Now, Williams is getting in on the action as a starter and played just fine for them.
Our own Dan Justik talks about the Kevin Zeitler trade but warns not to be too upset after the way the team looked in Week 1. Yes, the offensive line was bad, but that wasn’t simply because Zeitler was traded away.
Elliot Kennel looks back at the Browns loss and says that the way the Titans were fired up to play Cleveland shows that they are a good team, even if they started out 0-1.