This week the teams in the AFC North was ranked 1-4 defensively and that’s good with the young talent they have on the squad.
By JAMES W. WADE III
The Cleveland Browns are ready to face the San Francisco 49ers Sunday at 4:15 p.m. After a win over the Seattle Seahawks last week, the offense must improve on moving the ball in the end zone.
“We’re starting to get a feel for a lot of the things that we kind of do well. I think for the most part, I feel comfortable with all the things we’re doing. I think it’s a team thing where we have to all feel comfortable with each other and like I said after the game this is a growing process and we’re stepping forward into it, really working hard and I think this group can’t wait to get out there to San Francisco,” Browns Quarterback Colt McCoy.”
The 49ers front is a great defensive unit and may be a challenge for the Browns. “They’re front is extremely good. You look at their front seven and they’ve got some big time studs across the front. They’re built to stop the run. They got the best linebacker in the NFL, Patrick Willis in my opinion. He doesn’t miss any tackles. You look at their guys on the outside, they are outstanding. They run to the ball. They tackle well. They do everything you want out of a front seven. It’s going to be a great challenge for us, said Browns Joe Thomas.
This week the teams in the AFC North was ranked 1-4 defensively and that’s good with the young talent they have on the squad. “It’s pretty clear that this division is very good, it’s very good. I don’t know that I ever thought that. I thought we would have to have a very good football team overall to get really competitive in this division. That’s what we’re trying to do,” Browns Defensive Coordinator Dick Jauron.
The Browns are 3 and 3 so far and only 2 games out of first place in the division.