Detroit Lions vs. Cleveland Browns: Postgame Analysis

August 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The third game of the NFL preseason is usually the best game to evaluate a team.  The Detroit Lions' contest against the Cleveland Browns was no exception. 
Both teams had their starters playing deep into the game, and for the most part the offenses won the battles.
The Lions showcased an explosive offense against the Browns that will be capable of scoring quickly and frequently. 
Jahvid Best only touched the ball twice before the Lions coaches had seen enough to protect their prized rookie running back by having him watch from the sidelines. 
In those two plays Best managed to run for 51 yards and catch a pass for 10 yards.  Bryant Johnson followed the plays by Best with a touchdown catch, and the Lions had moved 68 yards in only three plays.
Both offenses were able to move the football with a number of different personnel packages and convert first downs seemingly at will. 
The only thing that really stopped either offense ...

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