An interesting phenomenon is taking place on the field during Redskins games these days.
Was it frustrating that Cleveland lost to a team being led by a rookie quarterback making his first start? Of course. The thing that was more frustrating were the number of fans who changed their tunes drastically.
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The Browns' defense was on the field for 75 snaps and just never had an answer for the bootleg or other creative things the Redskins were doing. The snap count distributions for the Browns' defenders against the Redskins are listed below.
Although the offense put three touchdowns on the board, it wasn't a great day for them. They only had 53 snaps, which forced the defense to be on the field more than desired. Let's get to the offensive snap counts and statistics from the loss
The Redskins backup Right Tackle is out for the season, which is a big blow given their is little depth there.
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The Redskins defeated the Browns 38-21 where Kirk Cousins shined with a stat line of 329 yards, 2 interceptions, and 1 TD. Alfred Morris had 2 TDs for 87 yards,
Just as the Browns were driving to end the third quarter, Weeden threw another interception after missing an open receiver. Can Cleveland rally in the fourth with the Redskins up 24-14?