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Browns-Saints preseason game: Robo’s rapid postgame assessment

August 11th, 2017 at 2:12 AM
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Richard Mullaney

The Cleveland Browns just achieved their first victory of the year against the New Orleans Saints. Despite the fact that the win means nothing, it always feels so much better having won than lost, no matter how inconsequential the game ends up being.

This particular preseason game was our first chance to see the 2017 Browns, and to try to get a feeling for how they will shape up heading into the year. Here are my first impressions for what we might take away from this game:

1. First Team Matchups: If the first few series were any indication for what we should expect in the regular season, it will be a rough year. We were not getting pressure on the quarterback, opposing receivers were open, and our DL was getting man-handled allowing wide open running lanes for Saints RBs. Our offense was ineffective (more on that later) and both sides were making all sorts of mistakes. While the sample size was extremely small and trending towards improvement as they stayed in the game, Hue Jackson definitely has his work cut out for him to ensure that the starters are ready for the first game of the season.

2. Quarterback …

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