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The Cleveland Browns defense had trouble containing the
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Oakland Raiders offense last Sunday during a 45-42 overtime loss.Oakland quarterback Derek Carr passed for more than 400 yards Authentic Derrick Kindred Jersey , running back Marshawn Lynch had more than 100 rushing yards, and wide Amari Cooper and tight end Jared Cook each surpassed 100 receiving yards. But it turns out that the Browns were also battling the referees. The NFL has admitted that the officials messed up in the fourth quarter when referee Walt Anderson blew his whistle too early when Myles Garrett and Genard Avery hit Carr, forcing a fumble that Garrett recovered. Instead of the Browns having the ball with a little more than six minutes left in the game, Anderson called the play a sack and the Raiders punted on the next play.Everyone watching the play - other than Anderson - knew it should have been a fumble recovery for the Browns, and NFL senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron admitted as much on Friday, according to an ESPN story:The Browns came out on the short end of another call later in the game when a dubious replay review overturned what would have been a game-clinching first down by running back Carlos Hyde. It is also the second time this season that Garrett has been involved in a blown call by the refs as the league admitted that a roughing the passer call on Garrett in Week 1 was the wrong call.The Browns have enough trouble trying to win a game when they only have to beat the opposing team. Hopefully this week they won’t have to worry about beating the referees as well as the Baltimore Ravens.Browns’ defensive snap counts, stats Youth Joel Bitonio Jersey , and PFF notes: Preseason Week 3 Below, we analyze the snap counts and stats on defense for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 3 preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles.Defensive LinePosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsThe Browns’ defensive line made their presence known against Philly, logging 5 sacks as a unit.Per Pro Football Focus, DE Myles Garrett “recorded five pressures (two of which were sacks) in just 15 pass-rush attempts” and “has now recorded eight pressures in his 27 total preseason pass-rush attempts.”Rookie DE Chad Thomas isn’t getting a lot of work in these games, so you have to wonder how much of a role the rookie third-round pick will have early on in the year.LinebackerPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsIt was a big day for rookie LB Genard Avery. Per PFF, Avery had 3 pressures in 10 pass-rushing attempts; unfortunately, now an injury will keep him out for a bit.Mychal Kendricks didn’t get too many snaps against his former team. Of the team’s starting linebacker http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/aut...bah-jersey , Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert saw the most reps; Jamie Collins did have a key goal line interception to preserve the first half shutout.PFF gave Collins a game grade of 94.4, the second-highest defensive mark for Cleveland. Genard Avery had the 5th-highest amount at 91.0.CornerbackPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsTerrance Mitchell was a machine against the Eagles, logging a grade of 95.6 by PFF:We list Briean Boddy-Calhoun at cornerback, but he actually started at safety with Damarious Randall being a late scratch. Boddy-Calhoun had an interception and a game grade of 92.5, the 4th highest defensive grade on the day.SafetyPosPlayerPlays%StatsPosPlayerPlays%StatsThis PFF stat doesn’t necessarily belong with the safeties exclusively, but I’ll highlight it here:
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