Week 5: Colts @ Browns

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I would imagine there's a 0% chance Mayfield misses a game because of a rib injury. Now he may not be overly effective, but he'll play if it's just ribs.

They'll shoot him up and stick and flack jacket on him.
 

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I would imagine there's a 0% chance Mayfield misses a game because of a rib injury. Now he may not be overly effective, but he'll play if it's just ribs.

They'll shoot him up and stick and flack jacket on him.
I mean his shoulder got yanked and he landed directly on it. I don't think his ribs are the worry. I would guess if we were behind in that game and needed to throw the ball Baker wouldn't have been out there. That one throw he made on the last drive wasn't even close and he was in quite a bit of pain after.
 

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He didnt throw any bad balls in the 2nd half really. They made an adjustment at half and got more pressure on him, including the 2nd half int....but Landry's drops were huge, both looked like they could have gone for 1st downs. I am not getting down on LD, still a great sure handed receiver, just the facts.

I like the way they scored the FG againt us and our o-line and WIDE RECEIVERS said, ok, lets win this and blocked the fuck out of the colts for us to go 40 yards on the ground WHEN THE COLTS KNEW WE WERE RUNNING. Man its good to see.

For you younger fans, yes thats how the Browns used to win games in the 80's.
80's? You shoulda seen the 60's! ;)
 
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