Hennething is possible. Remember that? Last year in the playoffs, Chad Henne lead the Chiefs to a win over the Browns in the second round of the playoffs. I don’t have to bring up how they got in that position, because you already know, but man, was it a game.
The way Cleveland lost, I would be very upset if I were them. No one likes losing, and no one likes losing the way they did. Imagine this: your team is down, but not by a lot. The opposing team has the best player in the league, and he is now out, so, now is your chance.
Your team does not convert on third down, leaving the most explosive team in the NFL with the ball. There are two minutes left, and the Chiefs backup quarterback wins the game. Yeah, that would feel terrible.
So, I expect the Browns to be upset. There needs to be some fire lit under them. However, why is a rookie on their team already trash-talking?
Browns rookie trash talking Chiefs, thinks he is ‘ready’
The Cleveland Browns drafted one of the best linebackers from this past draft class. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is a 6’1″ linebacker from Norte Dame. He was highly coveted coming into the draft, but for some reason fell to the Browns in the second round.
Other than the preseason, which does not count, Owusu-Koramoah has never played any real NFL football. However, he will get his first taste of it this Sunday.
For some odd reason, a player who was not even on the team last year said some very odd things. You could call it trash talk, you could call it confidence, or, you could call it arrogance.
There is not a single player in the NFL that can cover Travis Kelce, at all. So I, maybe like many other people, am confused as to why Owusu-Koramoah even said anything at all. Not to mention he stated that he will ‘be ready for Travis Kelce.’
Travis Kelce had his way against the Browns. Sometimes he was double-teamed and was still able to complete the catch. This could potentially end up being bad for Owusu-Koramoah and the Browns.
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