Cleveland Browns: Abram Elam Is Turning Into a Playmaker the Last Few Weeks

December 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns drafted a future playmaking safety in T.J. Ward in the 2010 NFL Draft to play along side of second-year starter Abram Elam this season.
With what seems like more fans being non-supporters of Elam and his abilities as the Browns' free safety, it must be noted that Elam has amped up his play since Week 8's bye week.
Ward has been getting all the attention in the defensive secondary for much of the season due to his team-leading tackles stat and big hits, but Elam has quietly turned his season around in the last four games.
A first-time starter in his career in 2009, Elam led the Browns in tackles but many fans saw a player who was not much of an impact and would blow many coverages with receivers and/or tight ends.
As the 2010 season started, more of the same was seen and said by fans, but if you look at Elam's performances since the bye, you might be surprised to see that Elam has been putting up solid numbers and he could be the future at free s...

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