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Jaguars-Browns one-liners

The Jaguars offense couldn’t get going until the fourth quarter of their 23-17 loss to the Browns.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com thought that the Jaguars did well with the talent they had available to them this season.

The Jaguars run defense was shredded for 217 yards on Sunday.

Jaguars rookie TE Zach Miller had eight catches for 69 yards and scored the first two touchdowns of his NFL career.

Michael C. Wright of the Florida Times-Union wonders why it took so long for the Jaguars to play with intensity on Sunday afternoon.

Browns RB Jerome Harrison had 127 yards on 33 carries, and had 561 yards over the last three games.

Joshua Cribbs had six carries for 47 yards and scored the first Browns touchdown on a direct snap from center.

Said Browns coach Eric Mangini, “We did a lot of good things. We beat the Steelers, won four games in a
row for the first time in the expansion era, broke a lot of records,
showed a lot of character.”

Browns QB Derek Anderson completed 7 of 11 passes for 86 yards and threw an interceptions.

Browns rookie LB Kaluka Maiava had 1.5 sacks and four tackles on the afternoon.
  

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3 Responses to “Jaguars-Browns one-liners”
  1. ZombieRevolution says: Jan 4, 2010 7:07 PM

    “Browns QB Derek Anderson completed 7 of 11 passes for 86 yards and threw an interceptions.”
    Nice to see a little Florio rubbing off on everyone….

  2. JoeSixPack says: Jan 4, 2010 10:05 PM

    Mangini broke records in Cleveland?
    Sure, if being consistently ranked #32 in offense and #32 in defense is considered a record I guess Mangini did earn it.
    Mangini of course will claim to have “stabilized” the Browns. He just won’t tell Holmgren they’re stabilized at the bottom of the rankings

  3. DrK1982 says: Jan 4, 2010 11:33 PM

    JoeSixPack, you’d be right if our defense was as terribly bad as everyone thinks. You should realize the only reason our defensive averages are so low is because our offense spent so little time on the field. Take a look at any game this season and you will realize that most of these games were still relatively close until half-time. After that, our offense was still poor, and the defense had to play pretty much the entire second half. The moving of McDonald off of Defensive duties, and the addition of Roth, imo puts us maybe two, possibly even one piece away from having a great defense, if we can find an offense to keep them off the field a reasonable amount of time.

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