Behind Peyton Hillis’ Tough and Physical Running, Browns Tame Bengals, 23-20

October 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Fellow Dawgs,  
For once, there was no dramatic Carson Palmer scramble or a clutch dagger throw to beat the Browns.
This time, the Browns took it to Palmer and finally showed that they are becoming a more physically hitting team as they knocked out Palmer and his Bengals 23-20.
Behind Peyton Hillis' 102 yards and rushing touchdown, the Browns were not going to let another fourth-quarter lead slip away.
To think that this Browns team is, in my opinion, light years ahead of last year's. If not for letting fourth-quarter leads slip away against Tampa Bay, Kansas City and most recently Baltimore, this team could easily be 3-1.
As for the game, Hillis has provided the Browns with a much-needed physical and tough inside running game that Jerome Harrison could never provide, along with great versatility in the passing game. Hillis, who was traded to Denver for Ohio icon Brady Quinn, has been a revelation for the Browns.
Starting quarterback Seneca Wallace pr...

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