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Our Defense Will Get Us A Win Sunday


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For those of you that are doubtful we have any chance Sunday look at this:


- Our defense allows 17 points per game so far this year, and our opponents combined record so far this year is 16-7, 3 of those teams are the divisional leaders


- We allow 120 rushing yards per game which is 23rd in the NFL, but the opposing backs have been Cadillac Williams (75 yards), Jamal Charles (49 yards), Thomas Jones (83 yards), Ray Rice (80 yards), Willis McGahee (29 yards), Cedric Benson (60 yards), and Michael Turner (140 yards, 55 of them being on one run).


- Our pass defense is 18th in the NFL


- In 5 games we have 10 sacks, 3 ints, 3 forced fumbles, and 2 blocked kicks


Our defense has played solid all year long, they will be what keeps us in this game and I honestly believe the only way we will lose this game will be turnovers. Im excited, it should be a good game with a chance for an upset. GO BROWNS.

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Linebacker Scott Fujita. In back-to-back games, Fujita has registered a sack and forced fumble on the same play. First, it was a sack of Carson Palmer and fumble recovery by Kenyon Coleman that set up a Dawson field goal in the Browns’ 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals two weeks ago. Then, in this past week’s game against the Falcons, Fujita brought down Matt Ryan early in the second half and forced another fumble. Coleman again recovered the ball and it resulted in another Dawson field goal.


Fujita is second on the team with 27 total tackles. He has 2.5 sacks for 24 lost yards and forced a team-high two fumbles.


Defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman. In the last two weeks, Coleman has recovered a team-leading three fumbles. He has registered one sack and 17 total tackles, including 14 solo stops this season.


Linebacker Marcus Benard. The Browns’ leader in sacks with 3.5 through five games this season, Benard had a nice introduction to the Steelers rivalry last December. He registered two sacks of Roethlisberger in the Browns’ 13-6 win on a bitterly cold night at Cleveland Browns Stadium in front of a national television audience.


Defensive lineman Brian Schaefering. When the Browns and Steelers met last December, Schaefering was playing in just his second career game. However, he made quite an impact with five total tackles and 1.5 sacks on Roethlisberger.



(Hey Zippy & Roachmstr, ya gotta love the Defense talk on here this season ... beats those pansy ass QB fags we dragged through the streets last year).

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