Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns preview and prediction
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Sep 15, 2017,
Sep 15, 2017, 0:16
Given that his game is built on explosion and flexibility, Garrett figures to miss at least a month depending on how the injury heals. Garrett sustained a lateral sprain to his left foot during minicamp while pressuring former Browns quarterback Brock Osweiler.
Both came across the same way they've been all training camp - respectful, humble, driven, motivated and eager to get into their first National Football League game.
For Kizer, the former Notre Dame starter who just might be the Browns' answer to a long-term solution at quarterback, the chance to match up against Roethlisberger is nearly too much to believe. It's not known how Garrett was hurt.
"We have (outside linebacker and No. 1 pick) T.J". He just loves the game and loves getting after it. Turnovers are likely from the Browns and big plays are likely from the Pittsburgh offense.
Myles Garrett's vow to take down Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger might have hit a snag. The Browns have a dozen picks in the 2018 draft, including two in the first round and three in the second.
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But for Garrett's injury to occur the week before the opener makes it seem like someone somewhere with some special power has a Browns doll filled with pins and interchangeable jerseys and a sick smile on his or her face.
"The excitement, the attention to detail, sense of urgency, all those things are turned up a little bit", he said.
NB: No. Pittsburgh is a Super Bowl contending team, and Cleveland is still fighting to get out of the bottom 10.
"We believe that the guys that are in that group have all been coached the same, so we believe in the guys that are going to step up and filling that role that Joe had", Kirksey said.
"Obviously, we would like to have him out there, but again, as I said several times before with not just his situation, these things happen in football. As long as I do that the coaches, the play, everything is going to go along wth it".
"Today, we are excited to tell you about another change that comes after conversations with more than 80 current and former players: We are relaxing our rules on celebrations to allow players more room to have fun after they make big plays", Goodell wrote in a letter to fans this offseason. "He's just another guy and I have to play it like it's just another game".