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The Cleveland Browns defense picked a bad time to have a bad day last week against the New England Patriots.

With the offense struggling to get anything going after the first series of the game, the Browns needed the defense to step up the way it did the previous three games when it held the Denver Broncos, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals to a combined 45 points.

That led to some questions being raised from defensive end Myles Garrett about a lack of adjustments throughout the game, cornerback Greg Newsome II playing the “I just do what they tell me to do” card, safety John Johnson III pointing out that the defense keeps getting beat by the same plays, and linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah not understanding why he was on the field for barely a third of the defensive snaps.

Still, the Lions are not very good as they are 29th overall in offense and 23rd in defense, so this would appear to be a prime opportunity for the defense to have a decent showing, calm some nerves, and get ready for a crucial home-and-home series against the Baltimore Ravens.


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