Cleveland Browns Should Be Okay If Seneca Wallace Starts Vs. Kansas City Chiefs

September 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns are going into their Week 2 matchup vs. the Kansas City Chiefs with a bit of an uncertainty as to who will be their starting quarterback.
Jake Delhomme has been in a walking boot all week and there is still no word on the actual results of the MRI that was done on his right ankle this past Monday.
So what does this mean?
It means the Cyclone packing will be running on the football field on every play against the Chiefs, which is cause for a tremendous amount of intrigue.
Not literally, though.
The Browns will run an offense that could be explosive since Wallace has the strongest arm on the Browns' roster and, at 5'11", he can really launch the football down the field.
Plus with Wallace's legs, he can escape the pressure from the defense and either run with the ball or buy the wide receivers more time so they can get open to make plays too.
What the Browns need to focus on is their running game, though.
They went away from it ...

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