Host Mark Bergin welcomes in fellow BrownsNation.com writer Pat Opperman and “Clapback Sports” hosts The Maj and Tino Rodriguez to discuss the Browns’ 20-6 win over the Giants on Sunday Night Football.
— Baker Mayfield threw for a “quiet” 297 yards and two touchdowns.
— Browns get their first 10-win season since 2007. It looks like the Browns will end their 17-year playoff drought.
— The Giants’ defense did a good job slowing down Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
— The Maj wonders if Daniel Jones, James Bradberry or Darnay Holmes would have made a difference for the Giants. The three players did not play Sunday night.
— Rodriguez points out how Browns safety Karl Joseph played perhaps his best game of the season against the Giants.
— Myles Garrett is still getting back into game shape and struggling with breathing issues after he missed two games with COVID-19.
— The Browns had two injuries to monitor: Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (neck) and offensive lineman Chris Hubbard (knee). Rookie Nick Harris did a nice job filling in after Hubbard’s injury.
— Bergin wonders if Cody Parkey’s kicking struggles are a sign of what’s to come once the Browns begin their playoff run.
— The guys preview the Browns’ and Giants’ playoff chances with two weeks left in the 2020 regular season.
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