Cleveland Browns Film Breakdown: Offensive Line Finally Stepping Up

December 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Disappointing doesn’t begin to explain the Cleveland Browns' 27-26 loss in New England on Sunday. They had the game in their grasp and let it slip away. There were still plenty of positives to be taken from the loss, however.
The Browns offensive line, which had struggled mightily for the past three weeks, allowed just one sack and kept quarterback Jason Campbell clean for most of the day.
There are many factors that play into an offensive line’s performance. The blocking, the protection calls against blitzes, communication and how many blitzes the defense actually run all play a part into the full performance.
In this week’s film breakdown we look at the offensive line and see exactly why it was so successful against the Patriots.
Let’s look at three plays.
Play 1: 3rd-and-4 in the second quarter
The Browns are lined up in a shotgun formation with two backs in the backfield. Running back Chris Ogbonnaya will run to...

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