The Cleveland Browns were victorious over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 9.
It was a convincing 41-16 win.
After all of the hoopla surrounding the Browns with the OBJ fiasco, let’s peak into social media and see what the reactions were to the win.
This one was especially funny.
Penalties, or lack thereof, have been a consistent issue among fans and NFL followers this season.
#Browns Myles Garrett has been held more than a newborn at grandma’s house in the first half.
— Cody Suek (@CodySuek) November 7, 2021
Everyone can agree that Nick Chubb had a huge day.
When that happens, the Browns have a much better chance of securing the win.
For those of us who have not been lucky enough to see him run in person, this is an interesting perspective by NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala.
Side note: However fast you think Nick Chubb is, he's faster. #Browns
— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) November 7, 2021
Teller proved yet again why he is a valuable member of the Browns’ offensive line.
He is a potential free agent at the end of this season that the Browns seriously need to make efforts to keep.
A “pay Wyatt Teller” movement was proposed on social media.
When he consistently makes these types of plays, it is no wonder fans want him to stick around.
Wyatt Teller on Nick Chubb’s 70 yard TD.
— Dr. Chinstrap #D4L (@ChinstrapD4l) November 8, 2021
Can we get a “pay Wyatt Teller” movement started? #Browns
— bri (@breezyCLE) November 7, 2021
I am running out of adjectives to describe how good Wyatt Teller is. Week after week on tape he just mauls people.
— Anand Nanduri ↗️ (@NanduriNFL) November 8, 2021
Greg Newsome II
Newsome, in the battle of the rookies, did an excellent job handling Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase.
— MoreForYouCleveland (@MoreForYou_CLE) November 7, 2021
What Victory Monday Feels Like Today
Browns fans are relishing this Victory Monday given the fact that last week felt like an eternity until it was time for kickoff.
— DollarDog Nick (@DollarDogSports) November 8, 2021
It’s been TOO long since I’ve celebrated a #VictoryMonday!
— Alexa Shumay (@alexawilliams7) November 8, 2021
Mayfield is 6-1 in his career against the Bengals.
— Brett Pauley II ® (@BrettSetGo) November 8, 2021
Onward And Upward
This was a step in the right direction and a building block for the second half of the season.
Tough opponents await, and the first is the New England Patriots in Week 10.
The Browns team pulled off an incredible and impressive team win in Week 9.
This level of play and total team effort need to become the norm and not the exception for the Browns to contend in 2021.