By Danny Cox
After moving out into first place in the AFC North last week, the Cleveland Browns thought they could take their momentum and continue forward against the Houston Texans. Unfortunately, they didn’t focus enough on stopping J.J. Watt. That meant stopping him on defense, offense, and just about every other way imaginable.
Watt was all over the field on Sunday, and he almost single-handedly delivered a loss to the Browns who looked good at times, but couldn’t put points on the board in a 23-7 loss to the Texans. Let’s not forget that the Browns defense regressed to how they played at the beginning of the season and could stop nothing that Houston tried to do.
Mike Pettine seemed to have a good game plan in place, which was to do what they’ve been doing for a few weeks now. Unfortunately, the defense missed that memo and…
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