NFL Week Five Preview – Cleveland vs NY Giants

The Cleveland Browns haven’t played a game for 10 days, and they hope a trip to the Big Apple against the Giants will finally cure their ails of not winning a game in 2012 to date.

Trent Richardson gave the game a little boost this week when he said that he felt the Browns could get yards on the ground vs the Giants, just like the Eagles did last week.

That commented was countered by Giants DE Osi Umenyiora, who says if Richardson thinks the Browns can run on them – try it.

“I heard about the stuff he said but at the end of the day we just have little mental errors on the game,” Umenyiora said. “Like one guy wasn’t where he was supposed to be, which allowed (LeSean) McCoy to get those yards. It’s not like it was a complete team breakdown, it’s more like it was one person on each individual play. If he looks on tape and thinks he sees some candy, then come try to get it.”

Thus the stage is set for the two teams, with the Giants coming off a loss last week while the Browns were losers 10 days ago vs the Ravens by 7 in Baltimore.

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2 Responses to “NFL Week Five Preview – Cleveland vs NY Giants”

  1. Big Daddy says:

    See the film don’t lie, Osi and company saw the same things I am seeing that it’s not a total breakdown of the team defense. It’s one or two guys completely blowing their coverage. Or even Osi making some minor mental mistake and the Eagles took advantage of it. Good teams take advantage of your mistakes.

    The Eagles are a good team and they beat a more talented team. The Browns are not a good team but still if you make enough mistakes any team will beat you.

    My second half analysis is coming, better late than never.

  2. Jason C. says:

    Contain Richardson, control the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, game over, win in the books. If they don’t do either of the two, it could be a bad day.

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