Cleveland Browns head coach rob Chudzinski isn’t even thinking about making a change at the quarterback position. Even though Jason Campbell didn’t have a good game, he is sticking with the veteran for Sunday’s match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Chud knows what his options are, he also knows that a bad performance by Campbell is still better than watching Brandon Weeden play. Campbell didn’t have his finest hour in a Cleveland Browns uniform in Cincinnati Sunday, but neither did the rest of the team, other than the defense.
Special teams made some critical errors that forced the Browns into a bad position. The Browns long snapper, Christian Yount said one of the blocked punts is on him for a bad snap, not the wind.
Chudzinski also said, he believed the refs gave the Browns a bad spot in the first quarter and marked the ball on the 2 yard line. he said had they spotted the ball properly on the one yard line, he would have went for it on 4th down instead of kicking a field goal.
The Browns are going to have to use this week to get batter. They face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and this isn’t the team that is losing. Somehow Roethlisberger and his Steelers have been able to turn up their offense and they had an impressive win over the Lions on Sunday.
The Browns offense needs to play the way they did against the Ravens. For some reason we didn’t see anything close to that performance in Cincinnati. The team has to find a way to stop the bleeding and get back to playing competitive football.
Chudzinski said these guys need to improve and they need to do it quickly. Lest hope they answer the call for Sunday’s game against the Steelers.
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