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    The lack of pass rush is a real concern.

    What to do what to do oh man what to do.

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    Nothing. I mean maybe if the DT's can get healthy they can get some pressure. When will that be? All the De's are healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Nothing. I mean maybe if the DT's can get healthy they can get some pressure. When will that be? All the De's are healthy.
    +1.

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    yea i dont understand what going on with these guys!

    maybe they will improve with each week.

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    It's quite simple, they are not beating there guys one on one.

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    To be fair the Browns offensive line is really good.

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    JPP is either getting doubled or chipped, Tuck gets gassed easily, and Osi likes to take the scenic route to the QB. Maybe if the DTs start getting more push up the middle, it will benefit our DEs. At least the D-linemen are still getting their hands up--several batted passes again today.

    I will give opposing offensive coordinators some credit though. They are calling some plays that negate our rush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyt830 View Post
    JPP is either getting doubled or chipped, Tuck gets gassed easily, and Osi likes to take the scenic route to the QB. Maybe if the DTs start getting more push up the middle, it will benefit our DEs. At least the D-linemen are still getting their hands up--several batted passes again today.

    I will give opposing offensive coordinators some credit though. They are calling some plays that negate our rush.
    JPP was getting stood up and pushed around by ONE pro bowl tackle all game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FBomb View Post
    JPP was getting stood up and pushed around by ONE pro bowl tackle all game.
    He did get stood up most of the game by Thomas but to be fair to JPP, Thomas is arguably the best tackle in the entire league. Dude is no joke...legit 5 time Pro Bowler and is still in the prime of his career (27 yrs old)

    JPP does seem to be down in spirits though...but its still clear, he is easily our best player on defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantWarfare View Post
    He did get stood up most of the game by Thomas but to be fair to JPP, Thomas is arguably the best tackle in the entire league. Dude is no joke...legit 5 time Pro Bowler and is still in the prime of his career (27 yrs old)

    JPP does seem to be down in spirits though...but its still clear, he is easily our best player on defense.
    I know...I was refuting the other posters point that he was getting doubled and chipped...he wasn't.
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