2014-10-21 Targets and Touches: Week 7 Target Watch: AFC - Chet Gresham takes you through the Targets and Touches from Week 7 of the AFC. Fantasy Football Articles - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-21 Browns' snap counts vs. Jaguars, and what they mean - A look at the Cleveland Browns' snap counts in their 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 7: OFFENSE (74 snaps) Quarterback: Brian Hoyer 74 Running back: Ben Tate 41, Isaiah Crowell 23, Terrance West 10 Fullback: Ray Agnew 18 Receiver: Andrew Hawkins 55, Miles Austin 55, Taylor Gabriel 42, Travis Benjamin 34, Marlon Moore 2 Tight end: Jordan Cameron 70, Jim Dray 19, Gary Barnidge 1 Offensive tackle: Joe Thomas 74, Mitchell Schwartz 74 Guard: Paul McQuistan 74, Joel Bitonio 74 Center: John Greco 74 Thoughts: Two one-sided games in a row and the Browns never made a hint of going to Johnny Manziel. ESPN - Cleveland Browns
    2014-10-21 2015 NFL Draft: Each Team's Biggest Need and Best Fit - The Need: Wide Receiver | The Fit: Devin Funchess, Michigan With two first-round picks thanks to a draft-day trade with the Buffalo Bills, the Cleveland Browns are set up to fill at least two needs with high-profile talents. But looking at their biggest need, it's definitely at wide receiver. The Browns are winning games with Taylor Gabriel and Miles Austin at wide receiver, and even once Josh Gordon returns from suspension, he's not a player the team can consistently rely on until he proves he can go a full season without a suspension. That means with their first pick in the draft, the Browns should look at wide receivers. Amari Cooper from Alabama is the top-ranked player at the position, but he's likely to be off the board unless the Browns or Bills tank over the second half of the season. That leaves Michigan's Devin Funchess as the best on the board, and his size-to-speed ratio will be a very nice complement to Gordon and tight end Jordan Cameron. Funchess, a former tight end, has Alshon Jeffery-type talent when the ball is in the air. Secondary Fits: Kevin White (West Virginia), DeVante Parker (Louisville), Nelson Agholor (USC) B/R NFL
    2014-10-20 Even though Jordan Cameron buried me this weekend, I'm on board with @BalesFootball's take here: http://t.co/e5OGykzcyz - None twitter
    2014-10-20 Rams give up on fourth-year WR Austin Pettis - Austin Pettis | FA - Rams waived WR Austin Pettis. Fantasy Football News - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-20 Pete Carroll (Finally) Likes Tight End Jordan Cameron http://t.co/Wp2ax1wMRD - None twitter
    2014-10-20 Browns release Ray Agnew, sign Kiero Small - Well that will fix it! The Browns have responded to their poor performance against the Jaguars on Sunday by releasing starting fullback Ray Agnew and replacing him with Kiero Small off of the practice squad. Small is a 5-9, 242-pound rookie out of Arkansas. Originally selected by Seattle in the seventh round, Small spent the first seven weeks of the season on the Browns’ practice squad. He appeared in 26 games during his two years at Arkansas, where he was moved to fullback after playing linebacker at Hartnell Community College. A native of Baltimore, Md., Small graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School. Now that that’s taken care of we won’t have to talk about all the coaching mistakes, the idea of replacing Brian Hoyer or whether or not the Browns maybe should have traded Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin. That whole paragraph was a joke, by the way. I’m merely poking fun at the week-to-week reaction to the Browns games as if they can go from being a playoff-bound lock after trouncing Pittsburgh in YardBarker
    2014-10-20 By the Numbers: Week 7's Interesting Stats - Jonathan Bales takes a look at the five most interesting statistics from Week 7 and breaks down what they mean. Fantasy Football Articles - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-20 Browns vs. Jaguars: Analyzing the Snap Counts (Offense) - Looking at the offensive snap counts in the Browns' 24-6 loss to the Jaguars. The Browns had their worst offensive display of the season -- not as bad as our division rival Bengals had it in Indianapolis, but it was still pretty bad. Check out the snap distributions below for the offense, and let us know what your reactions are in the comments section. Offensive Line Joe Thomas Joel Bitonio John Greco Paul McQuistan Mitchell Schwartz 100%74/74 plays 100%74/74 plays 100%74/74 plays 100%74/74 plays 100%74/74 plays Thoughts: All five starters played the entire game. Early evidence suggests that Paul McQuistan was pretty awful at right guard, particularly in run blocking. He's like the run blocking equivalent to what Oniel Cousins is in pass blocking. The unit as a whole yielded three sacks to the Steelers. Right side/center of #Browns OL graded out terrible, according to @PFF: Schwartz (-2.1), McQuistan (-4.2), Greco (-2.9). — Glenn Moore (@GlennMooreCLE) October 20, 2014 Running Back / Fullback Ben Tate Isaiah Crowell Ray Agnew Terrance West 55%41/74 plays 31%23/74 plays 24%18/74 plays 14%10/74 plays Ben Tate: 16 carries, 36 yards, 2.3 YPC. 1 catch, -2 yards (2 targets).Isaiah Crowell: 7 carries, 18 yards, 2.6 YPC. 1 catch, 5 yards (2 targets).Ray Agnew: 1 catch, 3 yards (1 target).Terrance West: 5 carries, 8 yards, 1.6 YPC. 1 catch, 0 yards (1 target). Thoughts: Oh, where do we start? Is it with Ben Tate, who spun into a defender early in the game? Tate also failed to pick up the blitz on Hoyer's fumble, and then had a pass deflect off him for an interception late in the game. Or, should we look at Terrance West, who danced away from a first down 3-4 times on the same play in the first half, which inevitably set up the Browns' failed 4th-and-1? I can't blame Isaiah Crowell too much, as he had the pleasure of seeing Paul McQuistan not only get blown four yards off the line right into him, but then see the defender get released right into his path. Wide Receiver Andrew Hawkins Miles Austin Taylor Gabriel Travis Benjamin Marlon Moore 74%55/74 plays 74%55/74 plays 57%42/74 plays 46%34/74 plays 3%2/74 plays Andrew Hawkins: 5 catches, 112 yards (9 targets). 1 rush, 8 yards.Miles Austin: 3 catches, 53 yards (8 targets).Taylor Gabriel: 3 catches, 39 yards (7 targets).Travis Benjamin: 0 catches (4 targets). Thoughts: I've praised the wide receivers all season for their lack of dropped passes, but on a day in which Hoyer, the offensive line, and the running game struggled, the wide receivers didn't help matters. The Browns entered the game with the fewest dropped passes in the NFL, but had at least three drops against the Jaguars -- one each from Andrew Hawkins, Miles Austin, and Travis Benjamin. Two of those drops would have extended drives, and another could have helped turn a field goal into a touchdown. Hawkins showed off his quickness on a 65-yard catch-and-run, but I was a little disappointed that he couldn't turn the burners on and go all the way. That's not a knock on him, it's just the desperation I was feeling after how pitiful our offense was playing. Marlon Moore saw his first two offensive snaps of the season, per the NFL gamebook. I definitely know one snap was when we snapped the ball inexplicably on 4th-and-5. Tight End Jordan Cameron Jim Dray Gary Barnidge 95%70/74 plays 26%19/74 plays 1%1/74 plays Jordan Cameron: 1 catch, 5 yards (6 targets).Jim Dray: No stats registered.Gary Barnidge: 0 catches (1 target). Thoughts: What's with Gary Barnidge only getting one snap this week? Odd. Jordan Cameron didn't have many catches, but he was targeted six times. Hoyer missed him once for a touchdown, but Cameron also missed an opportunity to make a play. On the 4th-and-1 play, Cameron left his feet too early and couldn't come down with Hoyer's touch pass along the sideline. Granted, that's a difficult play to make given the spot on the field, but the play was there to be made. Quarterback Brian Hoyer 100%74/74 plays Brian Hoyer: 16-of-41 (39.02%) for 215 yards, 1 interception, 1 fumble lost. 1 carry, -1 yards. Thoughts: We've seen Brian Hoyer in eight full NFL starts now. In my opinion, I've loved what I've seen in seven of them. That obviously leaves one awful start, which was yesterday against the Jaguars. There were no redemption drives, and although the blame can be spread around other people, you want to see your quarterback be the guy who triumphs in the face of adversity. Hoyer's done it before, but he didn't have it against Oakland. This looked like the preseason version of Hoyer who was airmailing passes over his receivers. I have faith that he'll get his act back together with two home games coming up. Dawgs By Nature
    2014-10-20 Fantasy football stats: The worst of Week 7 - Fantasy football stats: The worst of Week 7 The Palm Beach Post
    2014-10-20 Brian Hoyer turned back into a pumpkin vs JAX. Errant throw after errant throw. Skittish, missed wide open Jordan Cameron for TD. Was awful. - None twitter
    2014-10-20 Browns lament ‘unacceptable’ loss to winless Jaguars - It was the classic trap game. The Browns, fresh off a blowout victory over the Steelers, traveled to Jacksonville to take on the winless Jaguars. Many expected surging Cleveland to roll over the Jags for their fourth win in five weeks. The game was in the bag for Mike Pettine's squad. Except it wasn't. In a haphazard, sloppy performance, the Browns were held out of the endzone by the Jaguars, who got off the schneid and won handily, 24-6. After the game, emotions from the visitor's lockerroom were equal parts anger and disappointment. Tight end Jordan Cameron deemed the performance "unacceptable." Browns head coach Mike Pettine shared similar sentiments. “It is frustrating to see us go out and take a step back like we did,” Pettine said, per ESPN.com. While the Browns' defense was something of a letdown, its offense shouldered the majority of the blame. They were outgained across the board -- first downs, rushing yards, total yards, and time o... YardBarker
    2014-10-20 Cleveland Browns' Brian Hoyer earns an 'F': DMan's QB Report, Game 6, at Jacksonville Jaguars - Brian Hoyer had nowhere near enough for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Quarterback Brian Hoyer made all of the dropbacks for the Browns in a 24-6 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville, Fla. He went 16-of-41 for 215 yards. He was intercepted once and sacked three times. Here is a capsule look at Hoyer's performance: Bottom-line business: The Browns slipped to 3-3, all with Hoyer as the starting quarterback. He is 6-3 in his career as Cleveland's starter. Lost opportunity: Some defeats are (much) worse than others. Hoyer factored heavily in the Browns getting dumped by a previously winless outfit. The Jaguars improved to 1-6. Losing to the Jaguars is one thing. Losing to the Jaguars one week after pounding the Steelers, 31-10, is another. Not much doing: Hoyer's offense was held to two field goals and six points after it&nbsp; averaged three touchdowns and 25.2 points in the first five games. The offense had scored at least 21 points in each of the first five. &nbsp; &nbsp; Stark contrast: Last week, Hoyer completed just eight of 17 passes. But all eight of the completions gained at least 9 yards and added to 217. He averaged 12.8 yards per attempt. Against the Jaguars, Hoyer averaged 5.2 yards per attempt, which contributed to his 46.3 passer rating. Failure to follow the script: Hoyer and the Browns made sure to credit Jacksonville's defense for its role in their struggles, and maintained that the unit is better than the team's won-lost record. Yes, Jacksonville's defense was solid -- but Hoyer was the first opposing quarterback to struggle against it this season. Here is a snapshot of what the other QBs who played the majority of snaps have done: Week 1 -- Nick Foles, Philadelphia: 45 attempts, 322 yards (7.2 ypa), 87.5 rating. Week 2 -- Kirk Cousins, Washington: 33 attempts, 250 yards (7.6 ypa), 109.4 rating. Week 3 -- Andrew Luck, Indianapolis: 39 attempts, 370 yards (9.5 ypa), 140.4 rating. Week 4 -- Philip Rivers, San Diego: 39 attempts, 377 yards, (9.7 ypa), 130.0 rating. Week 5 -- Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh: 36 attempts, 273 yards (7.6 ypa), 103.1 rating. Week 6 -- Charlie Whitehurst, Tennessee: 28 attempts, 233 yards (8.3 ypa), 87.4 rating. The Week 6 reality should hit Hoyer the hardest. No quarterback ever should seem inferior when compared with Charlie Whitehurst, especially when that quarterback had performed well, on balance, in the first five games. Twilight zone: In an 11-dropback stretch from late in the second quarter to late in the third, Hoyer was 0-for-10 with one sack for minus-9 yards. During the sack, Hoyer fumbled and the Jaguars recovered. Hoyer thought he had been in a throwing motion, but the on-field and replay officials disagreed. Issues in the clutch: The Browns were 4-of-17 on third down and 0-for-3 on fourth down. One of the conversions occurred in garbage time. Misfires: Hoyer did not receive much help from his offensive personnel. The Browns' heretofore potent running game was a rumor -- 29 rushes for 70 yards, not including Hoyer's one for minus-1. The offensive line allowed too much pressure. Coordinator Kyle Shanahan did not have one of his better days. Regardless, Hoyer missed too many no-excuse throws. Here are four that stood out (listed in chronological order): *First quarter, second-and-9 at Cleveland 36: On the Browns' fourth play from scrimmage in their opening possession, Hoyer play-faked to tailback Ben Tate and bootlegged to open space on the left. With no Jaguar near him, Hoyer fired incomplete to an open Taylor Gabriel on the left sideline at the Jacksonville 49. Even if the diving Gabriel had caught the pass, he would not have been able to stay inbounds. The pass wasn't a layup because Hoyer needed to release against his body, but it was a pass even Whitehurst is expected to complete. (On third-and-9, Hoyer threw behind Travis Benjamin over the middle at the Jacksonville 49. The difference between the plays was that this time, Hoyer had Jaguars defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks in his face and hitting him upon release. Marks, beginning a disruptive afternoon, beat Browns right guard Paul McQuistan.) *Second quarter, third-and-goal at the 4: Hoyer, from an empty backfield, set up under no pressure. Tight end Jordan Cameron, lined up on the right, easily beat his man at the goal line and broke wide-open to the right of the goal post. Hoyer overcooked the throw so high that Cameron never had a chance. CBS analyst Steve Beuerlein, a former NFL quarterback, said: "You see the frustration from Hoyer....It's the perfect call. (Cameron) is open -- wide-open by NFL terms in the red zone. Hoyer has got to make that throw, and he knows it. That's one he'd love to have back....As a quarterback, that's as good as it gets in the red zone.'' A CBS camera showed Browns coach Mike Pettine and Shanahan standing next to each other, presumably dumbfounded that the throw was missed. The Browns should have been ahead, 10-0. Instead, they led, 6-0, after Cundiff's 22-yard field goal. (On the play before Hoyer threw incomplete to Cameron, Hoyer threw a pass out of the end zone under pressure from two Jaguars. Benjamin, moving left to right, was wide-open in the front of the end zone as Hoyer rolled right. Based on CBS's bird's-eye replay, Hoyer seemingly should have spotted Benjamin. However, Beuerlein said: "You saw Travis Benjamin coming open behind that play....but Brian Hoyer, with the pressure coming behind him, could not make that throw back to that part of the field.'') *Third quarter, third-and-11 at Cleveland 30: Hoyer, sensing more pressure than actually existed from a four-man rush, nearly was intercepted by Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith at the Cleveland 41. Hoyer attempted to connect with Cameron near the left sideline beyond the Cleveland 45. Hoyer made it too easy for Smith, who zone-dropped and read Hoyer's eyes the entire way. Beuerlein said: "Brian Hoyer....the only excuse I have for him is that he didn't see (Smith). He wasn't under tremendous pressure. That ball should never have been thrown. Very, very fortunate for the Cleveland Browns that the ball wasn't picked off.'' The Browns, trailing, 10-6, punted. *Fourth quarter, third-and-5 at Jacksonville 43: Hoyer, from a three-step drop,&nbsp;&nbsp; missed an open Andrew Hawkins on the left boundary at the 38. Hoyer's pass was to the front shoulder when it needed to be to the back shoulder. Hawkins got hands on it, but he was forced to make too much of an adjustment too quickly. The next play was the Browns' infamous punt-turned-option pitch from Hoyer to Tate, who lost 2 yards. Even though the ball should not have been snapped, the Browns' thought process was highly questionable. Tasker said: "Wow! How can you make a play like that, with the mass substitution, and then not have a play ready to run?'' Beuerlein said: "That was a complete debacle....I think it's inexcusable by Mike Pettine as a head coach to let that play materialize.'' The Jaguars took over, leading, 10-6. Creating a mess: Midway through the first quarter of a scoreless game, Browns safety Tashaun Gipson intercepted Blake Bortles and returned the Jacksonville 17. Bortles had been hit by Jabaal Sheard. The Browns' offense, thanks to an ugly sequence, managed nothing more than a field goal. On first down, Hoyer threw incomplete to Miles Austin at the 10. Hoyer went with a slant -- but Austin wasn't looking, and Jacksonville nearly intercepted. CBS analyst Steve Tasker said: "Miles Austin was thinking it was a different play....Austin had inside position, but he was facing the defensive back. That was almost offensive pass interference, because he wasn't even playing the football.'' It is not the first time this season that Hoyer and Austin have been on distinctly different pages. After Cleveland called a late timeout, Hoyer threw a swing pass to running back Terrance West on the right. The Jaguars were all over it; West gained nothing. Tasker said: "This is a play where I think they should have tried to run the football. There were only six guys in the box, and they tried a little swing pass. That's one place where, as much commitment as the Browns have shown to the running game, they probably should have run it and didn't. That swing pass was going nowhere. The defense for the Jacksonville Jaguars was all spread at the perimeter of the play, and that's exactly where the Browns threw it.'' The Browns compounded their problems with a self-inflicted delay of game. On third-and-15, Hoyer, facing no pressure, threw behind Austin over the middle at the Jacksonville 17. Even if Austin had made the catch, he would not have gotten the first down. Billy Cundiff kicked a 40-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead. No matter: The Jaguars were happy. Outcome-sealing pick: With 5:23 left in the fourth, the Browns faced second-and-10 from the Cleveland 20. They trailed, 17-6. Hoyer, from the shotgun, threw behind Tate at the 25. The ball deflected off Tate's hand and into those of Smith, who returned it to the 7. Two plays later, Jacksonville scored a TD for the final margin. Hoyer's second interception of the season came after defensive tackle Abry Jones easily beat McQuistan and hit Hoyer's legs during release. Summary: Hoyer was brutal against a team that entered winless. With his running game ineffective, Hoyer needed to carry the offense. Instead, he crumbled. Hoyer's overall grade: F&nbsp; Analyze it yourself! Here is a database of all the Browns passes Dennis Manoloff and a squad of assistants are tracking for a third season. You can select criteria in the form below and get all the matching throws. How to use the database First, choose a year. After that, choose one or more of the other options for comparisons, such as Quarterback, Receiver, or Pressure, or Direction of throw. (Tip: Don't choose too many.) Click search. You will need to scroll right and left to see all the matched results. You can sort the results and look for more patterns by clicking on the heading of any. Click on "Throw #" at far right to put the throws back into their original order. You can see the pass results as a graph, too. <!-- THIS IS CASPIO FORM -->&nbsp; Here is all our homework as a spreadsheet The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-20 What We Learned Against the Browns - The Jaguars found a way to get their first victory of the 2014 season- better late than never, right? We're going to compare how our keys to victory played out on the football field. Scout - NFL
    2014-10-20 Cleveland Browns post-game scribbles: Coaches must deal with stopping the run and other issues -- Terry Pluto (audio slideshow) - The Browns have been bad against the run all season, but they had their worst day in Jacksonville. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-20 Untimely mistakes swallow up Browns on the road - JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Browns are for real. Address Brian Hoyer's contract situation. AFC North sleeper. Maybe Cleveland didn&rsquo;t like those nifty storylines from earlier this week. The Browns opted instead to turn up the misery index once again with a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field, sabotaging a perfectly good chance to go 4-2. As if the Browns following their well-worn path of killing weeks of momentum with shoddy play on the road was not enough, the sheer comedic performance of one particular play Sunday in Jacksonville should suffice. ESPN - Cleveland Browns
    2014-10-20 Marla Ridenour: Coach Mike Pettine’s questionable decisions costly in Browns’ loss - JACKSONVILLE, Fla.: Mike Pettine stayed true to himself &#8212; his bold, aggressive, &#8220;Blunt Force Trauma&#8221; self &#8212; and it couldn&#8217;t have turned out any worse.As badly as the Browns played in a 24-6 loss to the previously winless Jaguars Sunday in EverBank Field, the rookie coach contributed to the buzz-killing debacle with some questionable decisions and unnecessary gambles.At every turn, Pettine&#8217;s choices turned into dramatic debacles.With 1:50 remaining in the first half and the Browns leading 6-0, Pettine spurned a 42-yard Billy Cundiff field goal attempt to go for it on 4th-and-1 from the Jaguars&#8217; 24. Quarterback Brian Hoyer&#8217;s pass to tight end Jordan Cameron fell incomplete, and the Jaguars drove 76 yards in three plays for a touchdown to take a 7-6 lead they never relinquished.With 14:29 to go, trailing 10-6 and facing 4th-and-5 at the Jacksonville 43, the Browns got too crafty for their own good. They ran the punt team out, then at the last minute put the offense back in, trying to catch the Jaguars with too many men on the field. Center John Greco was not supposed to snap the ball because no play had been called. If the Jaguars weren&#8217;t flagged, Pettine figured the Jaguars would call timeout. If they didn&#8217;t, his team would take a delay of game penalty and punt.But perhaps seeing a Jaguar hustling to the sideline, Greco snapped it. A stunned Hoyer pitched the ball to running back Ben Tate, who was stopped for a 2-yard loss.&#8220;When he snapped the ball, I think everyone was shocked,&#8221; Tate said. &#8220;I was like, &#8216;Oh, my God, what am I supposed to do?&#8217;&#8221;There were other moments that invited doubt. On 3rd-and-1 before the 4th-and-1, the Browns ran rookie running back Terrance West up the middle, a conservative call against a Jaguars defense that Browns left tackle Joe Thomas had been touting all week. That&#8217;s not to mention West has a tendency to dance too much instead of hitting the hole quickly.With 6:12 remaining, the Browns sent out Jordan Poyer to return a punt rather than sure-handed fair-catch artist Jim Leonhard. The kick went to the Browns&#8217; 2 and instead of letting it roll into the end zone, Poyer muffed it. The ball hit the top of his face mask and the Jaguars recovered at the 8, setting up a touchdown that gave them a 17-6 lead. Calling on Poyer is the responsibility of special teams coach Chris Tabor, but Pettine surely could have given his input.All day, the Jaguars defense had the Browns&#8217; number. It sniffed out nearly every Hoyer rollout. It tipped four of his passes at the line of scrimmage. It held the league&#8217;s third-ranked running attack to 69 yards on 30 carries, giving future foes the blueprint on how to beat the Browns. Force Hoyer to pass to his questionable corps of receivers and ailing tight end Cameron and take your chances. It was a masterful plan by Jaguars coach Gus Bradley and defensive coordinator Bob Babich and a superb job by the Jaguars&#8217; scouts. It almost seemed as if the Jaguars had discovered ways the Browns were tipping plays.For the first time this season, Pettine struggled on game day and was clearly outcoached. His biggest mistake was not kicking the field goal, especially when points were going to be hard to come by against a Jaguars defense that was obviously having a good day.&#8220;When you&#8217;re only kicking field goals you start to press,&#8221; Pettine said afterward.It&#8217;s not hard to imagine what former Browns coach Sam Rutigliano would say to that. Before the game ended, Rutigliano probably wanted to phone Pettine&#8217;s office and leave a voice mail with a simple message, &#8220;Kick field goals.&#8221;Rutigliano learned that lesson from Red Right 88, an ill-fated fourth-down call that doomed the Browns in the 1980 playoffs. Coaching his sixth game, Pettine found that out in a less-pressurized situation, although it probably didn&#8217;t feel like that on the plane ride home.&#8220;We had less than a yard and two plays to get it,&#8221; Pettine explained. &#8220;We&#8217;d been playing well defensively to that point. Given the short distance, we felt we could get it and if we didn&#8217;t get it, they were backed up enough. They defended us well. It ended up playing out as bad as it could.&#8221;Thomas wasn&#8217;t surprised his coach didn&#8217;t kick.&#8220;Not really. That&#8217;s in coach Pettine&#8217;s makeup, he&#8217;s going to be aggressive, attacking,&#8221; Thomas said.Pettine&#8217;s style usually seems like an asset, with his 3-3 team taking on his intense, demanding personality. His hard-hitting verbal approach seems to be toughening his players.But on Sunday, his aggressiveness backfired and played a huge part in an embarrassing loss. Pettine may have discovered he needs to do a better job of picking his spots and judging when to gamble. He doesn&#8217;t need a voice mail from Rutigliano to teach him that.Marla Ridenour can be reached at mridenour@thebeaconjournal.com. Read her blog at www.ohio.com/marla. Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MRidenourABJ and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/abj.sports. Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-19 Brian Hoyer and Cleveland Browns offense sputter in 24-6 loss to Jacksonville Jaguars - Without Alex Mack, the Browns reshuffled offensive line can't do much against Jacksonville's active front four. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-19 I will never start Jordan Cameron again. I will never start Jordan Cameron again. I will never start Jordan Cameron again. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Browns' play 'unacceptable' in Jacksonville - JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Cleveland Browns' 24-6 loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Outplayed: The Browns spent all week admonishing the proverbial "trap game." Didn&rsquo;t matter. The Browns acknowledged they got beat all over the field -- up the middle, on the edge, in the headset. &ldquo;It is frustrating to see us go out and take a step back like we did,&rdquo; coach Mike Pettine said. That the Browns couldn&rsquo;t score an offensive touchdown despite not overlooking the Jags&rsquo; physical front is &ldquo;unacceptable,&rdquo; tight end Jordan Cameron said. ESPN - Cleveland Browns
    2014-10-19 ICYMI: Report: Seahawks tried to trade Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron http://t.co/hxxK48nu86 - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Same Old Browns: Jacksonville Gets First Win Of Season 24-6 - They had a chance to prove the doubters wrong and beat up on a winless football team, and in typical Browns fashion, opportunity knocked and they didn't show up to play as Jacksonville came away with their first win since last December, 24-6. CBS Local
    2014-10-19 Cleveland Browns fall apart against previously winless Jacksonville Jaguars, 24-6 - The Jags' Denard Robinson rushes for over 100 yards and and the Browns make critical mistakes as they give Jacksonville its first win of the season. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-19 RT @Jeff_Mans: I would like everybody to know that Jordan Cameron has yet to catch a ball so far today. Last week was a complete fluke... - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Cleveland Browns trail in another lackluster first half -- Bud Shaw - The Cleveland Browns had another slow start on the road Sunday in Jacksonville. A curious Mike Pettine call didn&apos;t help as Jacksonville led 7-6 -- Bud Shaw JACKSONVILLE, Fla. &#8211; Halftime: Jaguars 7, Browns 6... &#8226; We saw this Jacksonville offense enough times before in Browns' colors to believe a 9-0 Browns' lead would've been comfortable. We will never know because Mike Pettine for some reason went for it on fourth-and-1 in field goal range with the Browns leading 6-0. The failed conversion on a fourth-down pass gave the Jags the ball and some momentum. &#8226; Three plays and 76 yards later, Jacksonville led 7-6 after a Buster Skrine missed tackle on a 31-yard TD pass. As lackluster as the Browns looked in Sunday's first half, it's hard to imagine them losing this game without some second half turnovers. Deep in their own territory. &#8226; Brian Hoyer's overthrow of Jordan Cameron in the end zone led to the Browns' second field goal and ruined a pretty good drive. The best thing about the offense in the first half? I'll have to get back to you. &#8226; Until his catch-and-run TD pass late, Jacksonville rookie quarterback Blake Bortles looked like a rookie. He held the ball too long and threw a terrible interception with his team trailing 6-0 just before halftime. For those pining for Johnny Manziel in training camp (or maybe during Sunday's first half with Hoyer going 8-for-21), this is what most rookie quarterbacks look like. &#8226; Don't understand the Browns going for it on 4th and 1 in field goal range when a Billy Cundiff field goal puts you up 9-0 against a team that makes scoring a TD seem like child birth. That's at least a situation where you have to run the ball twice. It is what the Browns supposedly do best. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-19 #Browns turn ball over on downs as Hoyer throws incomplete to Cameron - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Sigh. RT @evansilva Jordan Cameron open in EZ from 4 yards out, Brian Hoyer just overthrew him. Bad miss. Cameron 0 catches on 3 targets. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 #Browns 6, #Jaguars 0, 4:16 2Q. Billy Cundiff made 22-yd FG after Hoyer missed Cameron high in end zone on 3rd &amp; goal. 14-play, 76-yd drive - None twitter
    2014-10-19 #Browns Hoyer overthrows open Cameron for TD on third &amp; goal at 4 &amp; CLE settles for Cundiff's second FG to make it 6-0 with 4:16 left in 2nd - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Jordan Cameron open in EZ from 4 yards out, Brian Hoyer just overthrew him. Bad miss. #Browns settle for FG. Cameron 0 catches on 3 targets. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @BleacherReport: Report: Seahawks tried to acquire Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin http://t.co/RhNAM0eYnI - None twitter
    2014-10-19 From Earlier: Report: Seahawks tried to trade Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron http://t.co/hxxK48nu86 - None twitter
    2014-10-19 That time the Seahawks offered Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron... http://t.co/u0MUm1bwim - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Schneider reportedly asked about Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron. Don’t blame him, but he’s clearly “that guy” in your #fantasyfootball league - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Report: Seahawks asked about Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron - ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday NFL Countdown that the Seahawks also reached out to the Denver Broncos about the idea of trading WR Percy Harvin for TE Julius Thomas. However, Schefter adds that the Broncos never considered the idea and ultimately said no to the Seahawks. Interestingly enough, Ian Rapoport reported that the Browns and Seahawks actually discussed trading Harvin for TE Jordan Cameron, but a deal obviously never materialized. The fact that the Seahawks ultimately settled for a conditional sixth-round pick from the Jets in return for Harvin is a clear indication no one was willing to offer much in term for Harvin, let alone a solid starting tight end. Thomas, 25, is in the final year of his contract and would clearly be a very coveted player on the open market next year. The Broncos and Thomas’ agent have discussed a potential extension in recent months, but there hasn’t been any reported progress towards an agreement. Thomas has continued his high level of play this year as YardBarker
    2014-10-19 Report: Seahawks asked about Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron - ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday NFL Countdown that the Seahawks also reached out to the Denver Broncos about the idea of trading WR Percy Harvin for TE Julius Thomas. However, Schefter adds that the Broncos never considered the idea and ultimately said no to the Seahawks. Interestingly enough, Ian Rapoport reported that the Browns and Seahawks actually discussed trading Harvin for TE Jordan Cameron, but a deal obviously never materialized. The fact that the Seahawks ultimately settled for a conditional sixth-round pick from the Jets in return for Harvin is a clear indication no one was willing to offer much in term for Harvin, let alone a solid starting tight end. Thomas, 25, is in the final year of his contract and would clearly be a very coveted player on the open market next year. The Broncos and Thomas’ agent have discussed a potential extension in recent months, but there hasn’t been any reported progress towards an agreement. Thomas has continued his high level of play this year as YardBarker
    2014-10-19 Seattle reportedly tried to deal Harvin for Jordan Cameron, Julius Thomas - The Seahawks sent Percy Harvin to the Jets for the sale price of a conditional draft pick, but not before GM John Schneider swung for the fences... SI.com Top Stories
    2014-10-19 RT @BrownsMSU: The Seahawks contacted the Browns before they traded Percy Harvin. Wanted TE Jordan Cameron but Browns were unwilling to giv… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered Cleveland Browns Percy Harvin for Jordan Cameron http://t.co/wUeqVm9euI - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Report: Seahawks tried to acquire Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin http://t.co/RhNAM0eYnI - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @SteveDelSports: Seahawks reportedly tried to get Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin http://t.co/tPRQl7GYM7 - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered Cleveland Browns Percy Harvin for Jordan Cameron - Seahawks reportedly asked for Browns tight end in trade offer. Jacksonvile, Fla. -- The Seattle Seahawks called the Browns to propose a trade that would've sent the temperamental receiver Percy Harvin to Cleveland for tight end Jordan Cameron, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. But the Brown didn't bite on the deal. The Browns, who like their own receivers and have Josh Gordon coming off suspension in week 11, didn't entertain the proposal. Rapoport reported that Seahawks general manager John Schneider also called the Colts, Broncos and Buccaneers. Ultimately, Harvin was traded to the Jets for a conditional pick in 2015, either a fourth or sixth. The Seattle Times reported that Harvin gave fellow Seahawks receiver Golden Tate a black eye in the locker toom the day before the Super Bowl and also gashed Doug Baldwin's chin during an altercation this preseason. The Times also reported that Harvin refused to go back into the game during the fourth quarter of last week's 30-23 loss to the Cowboys. &nbsp;Harvin, 26,&nbsp; a&nbsp; first-round pick (22nd overall) of the Vikings in 2009, was traded to the Seahawks last season for first- and seventh-round picks, and a third-rounder in 2014. They then rewarded him with a six-year, $67 million contract, including&nbsp; $25.5 million guaranteed.Harvin&nbsp; was limited to one regular season game last season because of a hip injury, but played in the Super Bowl and returned the second-half kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown in the Seahawks' victory over Denver.Cameron has been limited with a sprained right shoulder this season, but busted free for three catches for 103 yards last week against the Steelers, including a 51-yard TD.Cameron is in the final year of his rookie contract, and a source told cleveland.com that he'll likely wait until after the season to negotiate a possible extension with the Browns. In training camp, Cameron said things were going well with his contract talks. But shortly thereafter, they ceased. Inactive: The following Browns are inactive:&nbsp; Rod Smith, Pierre Desir, K'Waun Williams,&nbsp; Glenn Winston, Ahtyba Rubin,&nbsp; Billy Winn, and Phil Taylor.&nbsp; The Browns had hoped to get Rubin back from his ankle injury, but he wasn't ready. Tashuan Gipson (thigh) is active. As expected, running back Terrance West is active after being down last week. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
    2014-10-19 Seattle Seahawks tried to get Broncos’ Julius Thomas, Browns’ Jordan Cameron in trade for Percy Harvin - You can&#8217;t say the Seattle Seahawks didn&#8217;t aim high or dream big or try to shoot the moon when it came to getting compensation in return for a player they were going to either trade or cut. The Seahawks, according to multiple Sunday morning reports, attempted to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Denver [&#8230;] Washington Post
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Have 17 DFS lineups: Jamaal Charles in 11, Kelvin Benjamin in 9, Jordan Reed / Jordan Cameron in 11, Michael Floyd in 9, Justin Hunter in 5. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Browns at Jaguars (Week 7): Cleveland trails 7-6 at halftime after gamble fails to pay off - The Browns (3-2) trailed the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-6) by a score of 7-6 at halftime Sunday at EverBank Field. Halftime summary The Browns gambled and trailed the Jaguars 7-6 at halftime after coach Mike Pettine's risky decision late in the second quarter didn't pay off. Two plays after free safety Tashaun Gipson gave the Browns possession at the Jaguars' 33 with his second interception of the game, the offense faced third-and-1 at the 24. Rookie running back Terrance West carried for no gain. Then instead of allowing Billy Cundiff to kick a 42-yard field goal that would have given the Browns a 9-0 advantage and a two-possession lead, Pettine decided to go for it on fourth-and-1 with 1:50 left in the first half. A turnover on downs ensued as quarterback Brian Hoyer threw incomplete with tight end Jordan Cameron tightly covered. The Jaguars used the momentum to capture the lead with a three-play, 76-yard touchdown drive. Wide receiver Allen Robinson caught a pass from rookie quarterback Blake Bortles and scored a 31-yard touchdown after cornerback Buster Skrine missed a tackle near the 21. A successful extra-point kick gave the Jaguars a one-point advantage with 27 seconds left in the first half. The Browns' offense snapped out of an early funk during a 14-play, 76-yard march in the second quarter, but it failed to finish. Cameron beat a defender off the line of scrimmage and was wide open in the end zone on third-and-goal from the Jaguars' 4 when Hoyer missed him with a high pass. The Browns settled for Cundiff's 22-yard field goal and a 6-0 advantage with 4:16 left in the second quarter. During the Jaguars' second possession, Gipson tallied his first interception of the day a split-second after outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard hit Bortles as he threw on first-and-10 from the Jaguars' 39. Gipson returned the pick 31 yards and gave the Browns possession on the Jaguars' 17. But the offense failed to gain a yard and actually lost 5 via a delay of game penalty. So with 6:30 left in the opening quarter, the Browns went ahead 3-0 via Cundiff's 40-yard field goal. Pregame notes Inactives, lineup changes Starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin will miss a second consecutive game with an injured ankle he suffered during practice two weeks ago. Rubin was limited in practice throughout this past week and entered Sunday listed as questionable. Kent State product Ishmaa’ily Kitchen is expected to start in place of Rubin. With Rubin out, the Browns will face the Jaguars with just five defensive linemen: Kitchen, starting ends Desmond Bryant and John Hughes and backups Sione Fua and Jacobbi McDaniel. Nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams (concussion), backup defensive end Billy Winn (quadriceps), starting defensive end Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerback Pierre Desir and fourth-string running back Glenn Winston will also be inactive for the Browns. Starting free safety Tashaun Gipson (thigh) will play despite entering the weekend listed as questionable. Starting running back Toby Gerhart (foot), backup wide receivers Mike Brown and Tavarres King, backup linebacker Jeremiah George, backup cornerback Jeremy Harris and backup offensive linemen Tyler Shatley and Sam Young will be inactive for the Jaguars. Denard Robinson will start at running back in place of Gerhart. Allen Robinson will start at wide receiver instead of Marqise Lee. Demetrius McCray will start at left cornerback for Dwayne Gratz. No deal The Browns are among the teams Seattle Seahawks General Manager John Schneider called while he sought a trade partner for wide receiver Percy Harvin, NFL Network reported Sunday. The Seahawks ended up trading Harvin to the New York Jets over the weekend for a conditional draft pick in 2015, which will reportedly be either a fourth- or sixth-round selection. But before the deal went down, the Seahawks inquired about trading Harvin for Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron, according to the report. That never materialized. Schneider also contacted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos about a potential trade, according to the report. Links to preview stories 1. Kyle Shanahan reviving Browns’ offense as he builds resume with goal of becoming head coach 2. With Pro Bowl center Alex Mack done for season, makeshift O-line takes shape 3. John Greco settles in as Browns starting center with Alex Mack sidelined with broken leg 4. Browns aware of Blake Bortles’ abilities and weaknesses 5. Joe Haden seeks redemption against Jaguars after ‘tough game’ against them last season 6. Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel says he’s much more confident and ready to play than he was two months ago 7. Browns elevate rookie DL Jacobbi McDaniel to active roster, waive TE Gerell Robinson 8. Predictions 9. By The Numbers 10. Storylines 11. How They Match Up 12. Marla Ridenour: Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan most valuable coach for upstart Browns 13. Browns rookie Terrance West vows to respond after benching sparked epiphany: ‘It’s not college anymore. It hit me’ 14. Quarterback Brian Hoyer refutes report about willingness to co-exist with Johnny Manziel 15. Nate Ulrich: Keys to the game for Browns at Jaguars with a surprising stat 16. Browns adjusting to life without Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, defensive end Armonty Bryant as they attempt to keep winning streak alive 17. Browns adjusting to life without Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, defensive end Armonty Bryant as they attempt to keep winning streak alive Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-19 Browns at Jaguars (Week 7): Cleveland falls to 3-3 with 24-6 loss - The Browns suffered a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at EverBank Field. Here is our game story: Browns struggle in all phases, fall to 3-3 with disheartening loss Halftime summary The Browns gambled and trailed the Jaguars 7-6 at halftime after coach Mike Pettine's risky decision late in the second quarter didn't pay off. Two plays after free safety Tashaun Gipson gave the Browns possession at the Jaguars' 33 with his second interception of the game, the offense faced third-and-1 at the 24. Rookie running back Terrance West carried for no gain. Then instead of allowing Billy Cundiff to kick a 42-yard field goal that would have given the Browns a 9-0 advantage and a two-possession lead, Pettine decided to go for it on fourth-and-1 with 1:50 left in the first half. A turnover on downs ensued as quarterback Brian Hoyer threw incomplete with tight end Jordan Cameron tightly covered. The Jaguars used the momentum to capture the lead with a three-play, 76-yard touchdown drive. Wide receiver Allen Robinson caught a pass from rookie quarterback Blake Bortles and scored a 31-yard touchdown after cornerback Buster Skrine missed a tackle near the 21. A successful extra-point kick gave the Jaguars a one-point advantage with 27 seconds left in the first half. The Browns' offense snapped out of an early funk during a 14-play, 76-yard march in the second quarter, but it failed to finish. Cameron beat a defender off the line of scrimmage and was wide open in the end zone on third-and-goal from the Jaguars' 4 when Hoyer missed him with a high pass. The Browns settled for Cundiff's 22-yard field goal and a 6-0 advantage with 4:16 left in the second quarter. During the Jaguars' second possession, Gipson tallied his first interception of the day a split-second after outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard hit Bortles as he threw on first-and-10 from the Jaguars' 39. Gipson returned the pick 31 yards and gave the Browns possession on the Jaguars' 17. But the offense failed to gain a yard and actually lost 5 via a delay of game penalty. So with 6:30 left in the opening quarter, the Browns went ahead 3-0 via Cundiff's 40-yard field goal. Pregame notes Inactives, lineup changes Starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin will miss a second consecutive game with an injured ankle he suffered during practice two weeks ago. Rubin was limited in practice throughout this past week and entered Sunday listed as questionable. Kent State product Ishmaa’ily Kitchen is expected to start in place of Rubin. With Rubin out, the Browns will face the Jaguars with just five defensive linemen: Kitchen, starting ends Desmond Bryant and John Hughes and backups Sione Fua and Jacobbi McDaniel. Nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams (concussion), backup defensive end Billy Winn (quadriceps), starting defensive end Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerback Pierre Desir and fourth-string running back Glenn Winston will also be inactive for the Browns. Starting free safety Tashaun Gipson (thigh) will play despite entering the weekend listed as questionable. Starting running back Toby Gerhart (foot), backup wide receivers Mike Brown and Tavarres King, backup linebacker Jeremiah George, backup cornerback Jeremy Harris and backup offensive linemen Tyler Shatley and Sam Young will be inactive for the Jaguars. Denard Robinson will start at running back in place of Gerhart. Allen Robinson will start at wide receiver instead of Marqise Lee. Demetrius McCray will start at left cornerback for Dwayne Gratz. No deal The Browns are among the teams Seattle Seahawks General Manager John Schneider called while he sought a trade partner for wide receiver Percy Harvin, NFL Network reported Sunday. The Seahawks ended up trading Harvin to the New York Jets over the weekend for a conditional draft pick in 2015, which will reportedly be either a fourth- or sixth-round selection. But before the deal went down, the Seahawks inquired about trading Harvin for Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron, according to the report. That never materialized. Schneider also contacted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos about a potential trade, according to the report. Links to preview stories 1. Kyle Shanahan reviving Browns’ offense as he builds resume with goal of becoming head coach 2. With Pro Bowl center Alex Mack done for season, makeshift O-line takes shape 3. John Greco settles in as Browns starting center with Alex Mack sidelined with broken leg 4. Browns aware of Blake Bortles’ abilities and weaknesses 5. Joe Haden seeks redemption against Jaguars after ‘tough game’ against them last season 6. Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel says he’s much more confident and ready to play than he was two months ago 7. Browns elevate rookie DL Jacobbi McDaniel to active roster, waive TE Gerell Robinson 8. Predictions 9. By The Numbers 10. Storylines 11. How They Match Up 12. Marla Ridenour: Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan most valuable coach for upstart Browns 13. Browns rookie Terrance West vows to respond after benching sparked epiphany: ‘It’s not college anymore. It hit me’ 14. Quarterback Brian Hoyer refutes report about willingness to co-exist with Johnny Manziel 15. Nate Ulrich: Keys to the game for Browns at Jaguars with a surprising stat 16. Browns adjusting to life without Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, defensive end Armonty Bryant as they attempt to keep winning streak alive 17. Browns adjusting to life without Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, defensive end Armonty Bryant as they attempt to keep winning streak alive Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-19 Seahawks eyed Jordan Cameron and Julius Thomas for Percy Harvin http://t.co/QxC47sO7F1 #Browns # Broncos #NFL - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 How fast did Ray Farmer hang up on John Schneider when Seattle asked for Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin? That's a combine stat I need. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 #Seahawks linked to both Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron. Something to file away. Harvin offer never realistic but clear they want TE upgrade. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @brian_mcintyre: Seahawks asked the Browns about Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin, per @RapSheet. Next sounds must’ve been “click” then a… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 #Seahawks wanted Jordan Cameron for Percy Harvin. I'm sure those talks went smoothly. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Browns were thinking of sending Jordan Cameron to Seattle for Harvin - The Cleveland Browns need all the weapons they can get and the Seahawks need a tight end bad. Well the two were working on a deal that would have sent Jordan Cameron to the Hawks for Percy Harvin. The only thing is the Browns and Seahawks could not work out a deal. @RapSheet: #Seahawks need […] The post Browns were thinking of sending Jordan Cameron to Seattle for Harvin appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds. YardBarker
    2014-10-19 Browns were thinking of sending Jordan Cameron to Seattle for Harvin - The Cleveland Browns need all the weapons they can get and the Seahawks need a tight end bad. Well the two were working on a deal that would have sent Jordan Cameron to the Hawks for Percy Harvin. The only thing is the Browns and Seahawks could not work out a deal. @RapSheet: #Seahawks need […] The post Browns were thinking of sending Jordan Cameron to Seattle for Harvin appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds. YardBarker
    2014-10-19 #NFL Rumors: Seahawks wanted Jordan Cameron from #Browns for Percy Harvin http://t.co/r4A8O5x8F1 - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: Seahawks need TEs. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never materialized. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Report: Browns, Broncos among teams Seahawks contacted about Harvin - The New York Jets weren't the only team that got a call from Seattle Seahawks general manager&nbsp;John Schneider regarding&nbsp;wide receiver Percy Harvin.&nbsp;According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers were among the teams Schneider targeted for a possible trade.A Harvin-to-Browns deal&nbsp;reportedly hinged on Cleveland trading tight end Jordan Cameron.#Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never materialized.&mdash; Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 19, 2014 Harvin will make his Jets&nbsp;debut Oct. 26 against the Buffalo Bills.&nbsp;Copyright &copy; 2014 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. theScore NFL
    2014-10-19 Report: Ray Rice could be reinstated mid-Nov. - Ray Rice | FA - CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports suspended RB Ray Rice could be reinstated by mid-November. Fantasy Football News - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Reports: Seahawks tried to trade Harvin for Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron - The Seahawks were intent on getting rid of wide receiver Percy Harvin, but not before trying to land a big catch in return. Seattle Times
    2014-10-19 NFL Trade Rumors: Seahawks Offered Percy Harvin To Browns For Jordan Cameron - Before trading Percy Harvin to the New York Jets, the Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered the wide receiver to the Cleveland Browns in a potential deal for tight end Jordan Cameron. Mid-season trades are a rarity in the NFL. Trades that involve the exchange of one player for another are even more rare, and even less likely [&#8230;] NFL Trade Rumors: Seahawks Offered Percy Harvin To Browns For Jordan Cameron - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle &amp; Technology - 280+ Sites FanSided NFL
    2014-10-19 Report: Seahawks tried to trade Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron http://t.co/hxxK48nu86 - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Report: Seahawks tried to trade Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron - The Seattle Seahawks tried to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Cleveland Browns for tight end Jordan Cameron, before they ended up sending him to the New York Jets. #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never materialized. &#8212; Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 19, [&#8230;] The post Report: Seahawks tried to trade Percy Harvin to the Browns for Jordan Cameron appeared first on Pro Football Zone. Pro Football Zone
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 RT @RapSheet: #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never mater… - None twitter
    2014-10-19 #Seahawks need TEs because of injuries. Among names floated during #Browns talks for Harvin? Jordan Cameron. Deal never materialized. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 .@rapsheet reports the #seahawks called the #browns and offered wr Percy Harvin in a trade, one player they wanted was Jordan cameron. - None twitter
    2014-10-19 Fantasy football projections, Week 7: Browns-Jaguars featuring Ben Tate, Jordan Cameron and Cecil Shorts - Fantasy football projections, Week 7: Browns-Jaguars featuring Ben Tate, Jordan Cameron and Cecil Shorts The Palm Beach Post
    2014-10-19 Week 7 Fantasy Football Injury Updates: Jimmy Graham, Vernon Davis, Greg Olsen, Jordan Cameron http://t.co/WwMi9FlESR - None twitter
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    2014-10-18 Browns vs. Jaguars: NFL Week 7 Preview and Prediction - We break down every position for the Cleveland Browns vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game, as well as our prediction of which team will emerge victorious. This week, the Cleveland Browns take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Can Cleveland turn up the heat on the road to prove they will be a serious contender moving forward? Our position-by-position evaluation and game prediction are below. Position-by-Position Evaluation Pos Advantage Reason QB Browns: Brian Hoyer is looking like a perfect fit for Kyle Shanahan's offense and is exuding all of the qualities I preached about during the preseason. It's funny -- during that preseason, we saw that Hoyer didn't put points on the board, but that was with a limited sample size. Hoyer comes on stronger as the game goes along, as we saw last week against Pittsburgh. After starting the game with two three-and-outs, he led three straight touchdown-scoring drives in the second quarter. Jaguars: While Cleveland's offense ended up being a destination that sets a quarterback up for success, the opposite is true for Jacksonville. The Jaguars have no running game, a lackluster offensive line, and have been banged up at the receiver position, which makes it difficult on the young Blake Bortles to succeed. He's thrown seven interceptions already, so the Browns' defense should be looking for their first multi-turnover game of the year. The thing Cleveland will have to watch for is Bortles as a threat when he scrambles -- he could be looking to take off even more than Jake Locker did a few weeks ago against the Browns. RB Browns: Last year against the Jaguars, Ben Tate had 21 carries for just 54 yards (2.57 yards). Logic tells me that a new year will bring new results in favor of Cleveland. After Terrance West was a healthy scratch a week ago, head coach Mike Pettine pretty much confirmed that West would be active and in the gameplan this week. Whether he out-touches Isaiah Crowell remains to be seen after Crowell put the ball on the ground three times last week. Jaguars: Starting running back Toby Gerhart has been ruled out again with a foot injury, but that's not a huge loss for Jacksonville because they can't block well enough in the first place. 7th round pick Storm Johnson will get the start in Gerhart's place, but he will split carries with former quarterback Denard Robinson and Jordan Todman. None of them have had sustained success on the ground this season, but Todman could be viewed as a third-down receiving back for Bortles. WRTE Browns: The best news the Browns could have asked for last week on offense was for Jordan Cameron to have a breakout game, and he certainly did with 3 catches for 107 yards and 1 touchdown. He almost had another reception in the red zone, but a nice hit by the safety broke up the completion. Until Josh Gordon gets back, Cameron is going to have a chance to dominate one-on-one matchups with teams consistently biting on the playaction fake, or being fearful of a guy like Travis Benjamin beating them over the top. Jaguars: The Jaguars have one of the most promising receiving units in the NFL, but they don't get the advantage here because of their lack of experience. Cecil Shorts III, who hails from Cleveland, returned from injury last week with 10 catches for 103 yards on 16 targets. Last year, he beat cornerback Joe Haden for a touchdown in the final moments of the game, resulting in a stunning victory for the Jaguars. After Shorts, the Jaguars feature three rookies -- Allen Robinson (3rd round), Allen Hurns (undrafted), and Marqise Lee (2nd round). Clay Harbor is a capable threat at the tight end position. OL Browns: The Browns' offensive line will be without center Alex Mack the rest of the season. John Greco will fill in as the new starting center, but will we notice some disruptions across the offensive line? Joel Bitonio is no longer sandwiched between two Pro Bowlers. What if Greco and Hoyer have a miscommunication? Mitchell Schwartz was holding his own with a reliable right guard next to him; what if he slips due to a lesser talent (Paul McQuistan) being there instead? Jaguars: The Jaguars' struggles on the offensive line are evident. We already mentioned their struggles on the ground. To be specific, Jacksonville is 32nd in the NFL with 69.5 yards rushing per game, and 27th in the league with an average of 3.53 yards per carry. They are worst in the NFL when it comes to sacks allowed per pass attempt, allowing a sack a staggering 12.22% of the time. Chad Henne and Blake Bortles have been taken down for 27 sacks, an average of 4.5 sacks per game. DL Browns: This was the deepest position on the team heading into the season, and heading into Week 7, it turns out they had a need for all of that depth and then some. Armonty Bryant, who was starting to catch on, is done for the year with a torn ACL. Phil Taylor and Billy Winn are out with injuries. Ahtyba Rubin is banged up, but might give it a go. Cleveland will try to rely on Desmond Bryant, John Hughes, and Ishmaa'ily Kitchen, a unit that played fairly well last week. Jaguars: From a depth perspective, the Jaguars are what Cleveland was heading into the season. They have about 8-9 defensive linemen, and they will rotate each of them in to the game for playing time. We'll see a mix of Red Bryant, Sen'Derrick Marks, Roy Miller, and Chris Clemons on the starting unit, with Tyson Alualu, Andre Branch, Ziggy Hood, Abry Jones, and Ryan Davis backing them up. The defensive linemen alone have 15 sacks this season spread among eight players. LB Browns: Even though outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo hasn't been a dominant player like you'd hope for from a top draft pick, he put together a solid game against the Steelers last week while battling through a shoulder injury. Paul Kruger is expected to go again despite having some back issues. If you're looking for a week where Jabaal Sheard could have a breakout day as a sack artist, this could be it. Jaguars: Apparently, the Jaguars' linebackers can't cover. Don't take my word for it; that is what our Jaguars affiliate said: "Another problem with our pass defense is our linebackers. Paul Posluszny can't cover worth a damn, Geno Hayes gets beat, and Telvin Smith, while flashing, is a rookie. Look for tight end Jordan Cameron to do well." DB Browns: Joe Haden had a bit of redemption last week when he held Antonio Brown out of the end zone, but now he'll be on a mission to make up for the game-winning touchdown he gave up to Cecil Shorts last year. With K'Waun Williams out this week, Buster Skrine will shift to the slot in nickel situations, and rookie Justin Gilbert will play the outside. Free safety Tashaun Gipson has a thigh injury, but is expected to play. Jaguars: Brandon Weeden torched this unit for 370 passing yards last season, so look out (although, to be fair, most of that yardage went to Josh Gordon, who is absent from this game). Alan Ball is the team's veteran cornerback. Demetrius McCray and Dwayne Gratz follow him up as the team's next two cornerbacks. The Jaguars have only allowed one passing touchdown over their past two games, but hat tip to Tony Grossi for the season stats on defense: opposing quarterbacks are completing 68.7% of their passes with 12 touchdowns and 1 interception. ST Browns: Billy Cundiff's only field goal attempt last week just barely bent inside the right upright, improving him to 7-of-9 on the season. Cleveland doesn't attempt many field goals. When opposing teams take the ball out of the end zone against Cundiff, they have paid the price, starting at an average of the 18.7 yard line. On punts, Spencer Lanning is moving up the chain: he is now 15th in the NFL in net punt average. Cleveland's return game is still waiting for something to happen. It's hard to make an impact when you get so few opportunities. Marlon Moore only has 4 return attempts all season. Jaguars: Josh Scobee is in his 11th year with the Jaguars, but he's always been an average type of kicker. He is only a 70% kicker from the 40-49 yard range in his career. Punter Bryan Anger is probably considered a slightly above average punter. Jacksonville did give up a 50-yard kick return last week, which is probably why they have the 27th ranked kick coverage unit in the NFL. Ace Sanders returns punts for Jacksonville while Jordan Todman handles kickoffs. Todman has 17 kickoff return attempts, so he's not afraid to take the ball out of the end zone and he does it fairly well. Prediction You're either the butcher or the cattle. The Browns have been the cattle for so long, but now it's time for them to become the butcher. That means opposing teams will be gunning for them instead of the other way around, but with a running game like Cleveland has, the Browns always have a safe, reliable gameplan to fall back on if things go awry. The Browns must overcome their first half road woes, but if they do, there is no reason they shouldn't blow past the Jaguars. Cleveland Browns 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 14 Follow DBN Be sure to visit Dawgs By Nature throughout the game to participate in and chat in our game threads. You can also follow us on Twitter or on Facebook. 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    2014-10-18 RT @NickMensio: Jordan Cameron (shoulder) removed from injury report for first time this season. At 100 percent. #Jaguars 29th vs. TEs. @Ro… - None twitter
    2014-10-18 My most-used TE in DFS this week. RT @NickMensio Jordan Cameron (shoulder) removed from injury report for first time this season. - None twitter
    2014-10-18 Jordan Cameron (shoulder) removed from injury report for first time this season. At 100 percent. #Jaguars 29th vs. TEs. @RotoPat's No. 4 TE. - None twitter
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    2014-10-18 Fantasy Football Week 7 Rankings: Latest Position-by-Position Rundown - With the midway point of most fantasy football leagues officially here, many owners find themselves in a position that dictates they must go on a run, which means they can't afford to make any crucial lineup mistakes. While miscues are bound to happen in fantasy, they can be kept to a minimum by trusting your studs and making shrewd decisions based on matchups. Not everyone is lucky enough to have favorable matchups on a weekly basis, but there are always at least a few that can be exploited. The rankings at this point of the season look much different than they did at the start of campaign due to injuries, poor play from expected stars and other factors. Even though names like Branden Oliver and Larry Donnell weren't on the fantasy radar at the start of the season, it is time to start relying on them in addition to the established stars. As the second half of the fantasy season draws near, here is a look at the Week 7 rankings for each and every position. &nbsp; Quarterbacks Most figured it was only a matter of time before Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck developed into an elite player, and that time has already come. The third-year star out of Stanford leads the league in both passing yardage and passing touchdowns, and he has been absolute money for fantasy owners. The 25-year-old gunslinger has thrown for at least 300 yards in all but one game, and he has gone for 370 or more on four occasions. All things considered, Luck is on pace for a historically great 2014 campaign, according to ESPN Stats &amp; Info: While Luck is essentially matchup-proof at this point, his Week 7 opponent is pretty favorable. The Cincinnati Bengals are just 22nd in the league against the pass, and they have allowed an average of 40 points per game over their past two contests. Indy's offense is rolling, and being at home within the confines of Lucas Oil Stadium will certainly help. Luck shouldn't be benched under any circumstances right now, but his owners can rest assured that he's in line for another huge outing. &nbsp; Running Backs Although he wasn't considered anything more than a late-first-round selection at best in most fantasy leagues entering the season, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has unquestionably emerged as the preeminent player at his position. His 785 rushing yards lead the league by more than 200, and his six touchdowns on the ground are tops as well. Murray's numbers look outstanding without any context, but they are even more impressive when you consider the type of company he is in, as pointed out by ESPN's Trey Wingo: Murray is finally reaching his full potential largely due to the fact that Dallas is committed to letting him lead the offense. There is some concern that his production will drop off as the season progresses since there has been talk of lessening his workload, according to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, but offensive coordinator Scott Linehan doesn't appear to be in a hurry to make that happen. At the end of the day, if you're playing the way you expect to play and the way it needs to be it's going to get in that number fairly often. Every game is different. We've been able to do it so far and it's certainly been a good formula for us at this point but these other guys are going to continue to play more; we're certainly not saying DeMarco is done after so many carries. He's been, I thought he really looked stronger in the fourth quarter this week with maybe less plays opposed to less carries. With a huge divisional outing against the New York Giants on tap, fantasy owners should expect a healthy dose of Murray in Week 7. Big Blue has allowed seven touchdowns on the ground this season, and Murray will undoubtedly be the beneficiary. &nbsp; Wide Receivers The NFL is seemingly stacked with excellent wide receivers this year, but it can be argued that Green Bay Packers speedster Jordy Nelson has managed to shine brighter than the rest. Nelson leads the NFL with 632 receiving yards, and he is first among wide receivers with 43 catches as well. In addition to that, Packers teammate Randall Cobb is the only wideout with more touchdown receptions than Nelson's five. While the Kansas State product's job is made much easier by the fact that Aaron Rodgers is throwing him the ball, he deserves credit for somehow always being open. Nelson excels in every area, but he has been especially valuable to owners in point-per-reception leagues, as evidenced by this stat, courtesy of the Packers' official Twitter account: The Carolina Panthers, Green Bay's Week 7 opponent, have surrendered 12 passing scores this season, which is tied for the fifth-worst total in the league. The Packers are going to throw at will as usual, and Nelson will be on the receiving end of most of those passes. &nbsp; Tight Ends With New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski having played Thursday and New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham potentially out this week, Julius Thomas of the Denver Broncos has the top spot all to himself. Even if Gronk and Graham were included, though, Thomas might still be deserving of the No. 1 position. That is how dominant the former Portland State basketball star has looked through six weeks. His 24 catches for 277 yards are somewhat modest, but he leads the NFL with nine touchdown grabs. In fact, Thomas has more scores than many of the league's elite receivers combined, according to&nbsp;Numbers Never Lie: There is no question that Thomas has emerged as quarterback Peyton Manning's favorite target in the red zone. With Manning sitting just three touchdown passes away from the career record, Thomas figures to get some opportunities on Sunday night. His matchup isn't the best since the San Francisco 49ers are giving up a mere 207 passing yards per game, but they have surrendered nine touchdown passes, and it isn't as if Manning can be slowed down by even the best defenses very often. Thomas may not rack up a ton of yardage, but his status as a weekly touchdown threat makes him an elite fantasy contributor. &nbsp; Kickers &nbsp; Defense/Special Teams &nbsp; Follow @MikeChiari on Twitter. brvideo
    2014-10-18 Fantasy Football Week 7: The Ultimate Guide to Sunday's Action - With so many prominent injuries, along with the Week 7 bye-week absences of the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you might need to dig deeper into the player pool that we have in the previous slides. We present five under-owned sleepers to consider and five lineup busts you might not want to spend the premium on in daily fantasy lineups: Five Week 7 Lineup Sleepers QB Brian Hoyer, Cleveland Browns (at Jacksonville Jaguars)—The Jags have the NFL's third-worst pass defense, and Hoyer has gotten a healthy Jordan Cameron (shoulder) productive again. Hoyer can sneak up for 250 yards and two touchdowns here. RB Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers (at Green Bay Packers)—Stewart returns from an absence to a knee injury in time to face the NFL's worst run defense. Also, DeAngelo Williams (ankle), Fozzy Whittaker (quad) and Darrin Reaves (calf) are banged up. WR Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks (at St. Louis Rams)—The Rams are third-worst against fantasy wide receivers (FFToday.com), and Percy Harvin (traded) is no longer in the picture. Jermaine Kearse is the deep threat, but Baldwin should be the most targeted Seahawks receiver here on out. TE Owen Daniels, Baltimore Ravens (vs. Atlanta Falcons)—Daniels hasn't quite been fully up to speed in Joe Flacco's tight-end friendly offense, but the Falcons have the NFL's fourth-worst pass defense. D/ST Cleveland Browns (at Jacksonville Jaguars)—The Jags are the second-worst team against fantasy defense/special teams, and the Browns are available in many leagues. Five Week 7 Lineup Busts QB Austin Davis, St. Louis Rams (vs. Seattle Seahawks)—The Legion of Boom hasn't played as well in their title defense, but expect that to change in an important division road game here. RB Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos (vs. San Francisco 49ers)—He is coming off a 100-yard game in his first NFL start, but the 49ers are No. 2 against fantasy running backs (FFToday.com). WR Brian Quick, St. Louis Rams (vs. Seattle Seahawks)—We haven't had a great track record with advising you to sit Quick thus far this season, but we will stick with that advice against the Seahawks secondary. TE Niles Paul, Washington Redskins (vs. Tennessee Titans)—Jordan Reed's return to health makes Paul expendable for fantasy rosters. Don't start him if you haven't already cut him. D/ST Detroit Lions (vs. New Orleans Saints)—The NFL's No. 1 defense did shut down Aaron Rodgers, and Jimmy Graham (shoulder) might not play, but betting against Drew Brees hasn't been a good idea. B/R NFL
    2014-10-18 Offense Makes Least Of Most Opportunities - Marty Flaherty's breakdown of the Steelers' loss in Cleveland begins and ends with the players. Scout - Pittsburgh Steelers
    2014-10-18 NFL Week 7 Injury Notebook - Player: Jimmy Graham, TE, New Orleans Saints Injury: Shoulder sprain Latest News: Reports continue to circle about Graham. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted last Sunday that the star is "expected to miss 2-3 weeks after the bye." On the other hand, ESPN's Mike Triplett tweeted Thursday that head coach Sean Payton is "still optimistic" about the tight end's availability this week. On Friday, Triplett added that Graham said it might "come down" to a pre-game evaluation. Alert Level: Orange Relevant Medicine and Anatomy: Specifics are lacking, but more than likely, Graham's injury constitutes a mild-to-moderate acromioclavicular (AC) joint sprain. Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron dealt—or continues to deal with—a similar injury earlier this season. AC sprains involve the ligament complex that connects the clavicle—the collarbone—to a bony extension of the shoulder blade. Possible On-Field Limitations and Considerations: The AC joint is one of multiple joints in the shoulder. All of the shoulder joints must function well and in concert to allow a player to utilize his full range of motion and strength. Limited range of motion might affect Graham's ability to reach out and catch a pass. Fantasy Advice: If Graham does play this week, he will likely become one of Week 7's toughest fantasy decisions. On one hand, he represents a constant touchdown threat in the red zone. On the other, one big hit could knock him out of the game at any moment, and he might be playing through limitations. Pay close attention to any and all reports that surface this weekend. Follow-Up: AC injuries can require surgery in severe cases. Milder cases will generally heal well with relative rest and conservative treatment. B/R NFL
    2014-10-17 Keys To Victory In Jaguars-Browns - The Jaguars are still on the hunt for that elusive first win of the season as they welcome the upstart Cleveland Browns to “The Bank.” Cleveland is one of the bigger surprises in the NFL as they’ve managed to play really good football behind Brian Hoyer and without Josh Gordon. Still, these are the Browns and this is a winnable game for Jacksonville. Scout - NFL
    2014-10-17 One-Week Fantasy: FanDuel Must Plays: Week 7 - Spencer Limbach examines the must plays on FanDuel for NFL Week #7. Fantasy Football Articles - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-17 Week 7 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Projections for Top 10 Players at Each Position - Fantasy football has been an exercise in patience for owners this season, but the major payoff is on the way. As the midway point of the season approaches, things only get easier in the start 'em, sit 'em department. Injuries have unfortunately occurred and altered things, while busts have fallen flat and sleepers have revealed themselves&mdash;and more will continue to do so in the coming weeks. With so much viable data from this year available, decisions are simplistic in nature once researched and paired with the good 'ole gut feeling. Here is a look at how each position figures to stack up this week, along with players to spotlight and avoid. &nbsp; Quarterback &nbsp; Start 'Em: Cam Newton, CAR (at GB) It finally happened&mdash;Cam Newton used his legs and exploded for jaw-dropping fantasy production. After tallying a season high of 18 points, Newton went out in Week 6 against a strong Cincinnati defense and rushed for 107 yards and a score, bringing his point total to 33 for owners who started him. NFL.com's Chris Wesseling provides some perspective: Green Bay ranks well against quarterbacks this year, but the Panthers need Newton to keep using his legs. The Packers are notorious for getting torched by quarterbacks on the ground, and owners should already trust Newton with his arm. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Austin Davis, STL (vs. SEA) The joy ride is over for Austin Davis owners.&nbsp; Davis finished with just 11 points last week after two straight outbursts of 21 points or more. Things get no easier this week with the Seattle Seahawks in town, a team with inflated defensive rankings thanks to matchups with San Diego, Denver, Washington and Dallas. Davis has had a great run, and some of the weapons around him are viable fantasy starts, but he cannot be trusted in this matchup. &nbsp; Running Back &nbsp; Start 'Em: Joique Bell, DET (vs. NO) With Reggie Bush on the sidelines, Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell posted a season-high 15 points last week in Minnesota after four weeks of single-digit production. While owners cannot expect the same amount of touches for Bell this week, what they can expect is him to remain a quality contributor on those touches as he gets goal-line work and opportunities in the passing game. Keep in mind this will come against a New Orleans defense that allows the 10th-most points to backs this season. Bell should be a lock to score against the soft unit as Detroit keeps things on the ground to avoid Drew Brees' offense. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Steven Jackson, ATL (at BAL) Owners must still believe in Steven Jackson because the veteran back remains owned in 99.1 percent of leagues. Jackson has just two double-digit outings this year and turned in his worst performance to date last week against Chicago with just two points. Jackson only gets what is blocked and is rarely targeted in the passing game, so his getting phased out of the rotation seems likely. Now Jackson heads to Baltimore to encounter a defense that surrenders the second-fewest points to backs on average, giving up double-digits to teams as a whole just twice this year. &nbsp; Wide Receivers &nbsp; Start 'Em: Percy Harvin, SEA (at STL) It is right to be wary of Seattle wideout Percy Harvin. After all, the big-play threat has scored just nine, eight, four, two and zero points this year for owners. Even Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell muses that the team may not be getting him the ball enough. "Well, we know he's got speed and we know he can go down the field with speed," Bevell said, per Tim Booth of The Associated Press. "He's got great quickness so we can use him in that. The test always is, is to make sure some of those guys get the ball in their hands." But against a leaky St. Louis defense that allows the third-most points to wideouts this season? Harvin needs to be in all lineups because the propensity for him to explode speaks for itself when taking the matchup into account. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Michael Crabtree, SF (at DEN) Michael Crabtree has been as erratic as it gets this season, as the numbers show:&nbsp; Part of this has been a result of Crabtree yet again battling nagging injuries. He cannot control that, just as he cannot control the fact the offense around him is absolutely loaded with weapons, enjoys the run-first approach and the aerial game sees the production spread around. Now mix in the fact Crabtree must go against Aqib Talib and a Denver defense that surrenders the third-fewest points to wideouts. Crabtree owners are in for a bad time. &nbsp; Tight End &nbsp; Start 'Em: Jared Cook, STL (vs. SEA) The stigma around the Rams is potent, but Jared Cook is one of Austin Davis' weapons owners should feel comfortable with this week. Despite only being owned in 13.2 percent of leagues, Cook is a somewhat steady producer, having scored a minimum of four points in each game this season. An encounter with the Seattle defense should scare most positions, but not tight ends, as the Seahawks allow the second-most points to the position this season. A young quarterback is going to lean on that weakness a lot come Sunday. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Owen Daniels, BAL (vs. ATL) Owen Daniels has been a nice surprise for his 24.1 percent of owners this season in Baltimore, especially thanks to a 14-point outburst in Week 2.&nbsp; That said, he went for just three points last week in a favorable matchup against Tampa Bay and now turns around and squares off against an Atlanta defense that surrenders the second-fewest points to the position, with the unit allowing a maximum of eight points to a team this year&mdash;which was New Orleans. Daniels is a must-sit commodity this weekend. &nbsp; D/ST &nbsp; Start 'Em: Cleveland Browns (at JAC) While one of the NFL's top surprises so far this season, the Cleveland Browns defense has left something to be desired from a fantasy standpoint. Joe Haden and the Browns have just seven sacks and a single interception this year. It is cause for concern, but not in Week 7 against Jacksonville, a team led by a rookie quarterback in Blake Bortles, who has been sacked 11 times and thrown seven picks. The Jaguars surrender the most points in the league to defenses on average. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Houston Texans (at PIT) One defense has breached double-digit production against Pittsburgh this season. Houston will not be the second after Monday's encounter. Pittsburgh rarely gives the ball away (seven turnovers in six games), nor does a Houston defense that has just 10 sacks stand a good chance of bringing down Ben Roethlisberger with any sort of frequency. &nbsp; Kicker &nbsp; Start 'Em: Billy Cundiff, CLE (at&nbsp;JAC) Those loveable Jaguars also surrender the most points to kickers on average. Not that Billy Cundiff needs that to get in any and all lineups. He's had one dud of a performance this season but has scored a minimum of eight points in four contests. That trend will continue Sunday as he benefits from a favorable matchup. &nbsp; Sit 'Em: Matt Bryant, ATL (at BAL) Matt Bryant enters Week 7 after 11 points the week prior, with his only trip above 10 points otherwise coming in Week 1. Bryant has been erratic at best, and he must now produce against a Baltimore defense that ranks among the top 10 teams that surrender the fewest points to the position. The Ravens have allowed one kicker to score more than eight points this year&mdash;and Cincinnati's Mike Nugent needed six field-goal attempts to accomplish the feat. &nbsp; All scoring info courtesy of ESPN standard leagues, as is points-against info and ownership stats. Statistics courtesy of ESPN. Philadelphia, Tampa Bay on bye. &nbsp; brvideo
    2014-10-17 Fantasy Football Week 7 Rankings: Projections for Players with Matchups We Love - Sometimes we all get a little crazy analyzing matchups in fantasy football. A great matchup can't turn Geno Smith into Peyton Manning, after all. Riley Cooper isn't suddenly going to become Julio Jones. It's just not happening, but matchups can be the difference between a good performance and a great one. Below, we'll take a look at some of the more appealing matchups to exploit in fantasy football while ranking the top options in the game this week.&nbsp; &nbsp; Schedule &nbsp; Quarterbacks It seems almost like cheating to highlight Aaron Rodgers in any given week since we pretty much expect him to produce each and every time he steps on the field, but this week a matchup against the Carolina Panthers is surprisingly promising. Despite having one of the better defenses in football a season ago, the Panthers are giving up 252.3 passing yards per game (20th in the NFL) and are allowing 17.5 fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks per week (24th). They've been especially accommodating in the past three weeks, as Joe Flacco (25 fantasy points), Jay Cutler (21 points) and Andy Dalton (18 points) have all had nice fantasy performances for their owners.&nbsp; Meanwhile, after a bit of a slow start Rodgers has been red hot, with 71 total fantasy points in his last three games. Even better, the Packers are at home, and Rodgers has scored 18 or more fantasy points in each home contest. Anyway you slice it, this is a great matchup for Rodgers. Expect a stellar performance. &nbsp; Running Backs Somewhat quietly, Andre Ellington has been one of the better RB2 options this season. While he's had just one huge performance with 26 points in Week 5, he's scored seven or more fantasy points in four of five games this season. More promising for fantasy owners is that he's gotten 15 or more carries in his last four games and has been targeted 28 times in the passing game. There's no doubt that he's a huge part of Arizona's game plan each week. Now he faces an Oakland Raiders defense giving up 21.0 fantasy points per week, 29th in the NFL. Expect the Cardinals to lean on him early and often in this contest. Two teams to pay attention to this week are the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals. While Fred Jackson has been steady as ever, C.J. Spiller has struggled in recent weeks. That should change against a Minnesota defense giving up 21.8 fantasy points per week to opposing running backs, 30th in the NFL. Both Jackson and Spiller are excellent options this week. Meanwhile, few teams are worse against the run than the Atlanta Falcons, who are giving up 140.2 rushing yards per contest (28th in NFL) and 27.5 fantasy points to opposing running backs per week (32nd). Giovani Bernard is a rock-solid RB1 this year, but Jeremy Hill is a sneaky flex play against Atlanta's suspect defense. Plus, with A.J. Green questionable to play according to&nbsp;Coley Harvey of ESPN, the Bengals may lean on the running game again this week. Bernard and Hill should have a field day.&nbsp; &nbsp; Wide Receivers The Panthers are pretty friendly to opposing quarterbacks. Shockingly, they are also quite accommodating to opposing wideouts, giving up 24.2 fantasy points per week to the position, 26th in the NFL. So yes, you can once again expect Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb to both be WR1s.&nbsp; Antonio Brown is already Mr. Consistent for fantasy owners, with&nbsp;double-digit fantasy points in five of six games and at least eight fantasy points in every game. Better yet, he's had five receptions or more in every game this year.&nbsp; His consistency is nothing new. Dating back to last season,&nbsp;he's reached double-digit fantasy points in 12 of his past 15 games and has seven or more fantasy points in 19 of his last 22 games. Fantasy football is "uncertainty" defined; Brown is an anomaly.&nbsp; Now he gets a matchup against the Houston Texans, a team giving up 23.8 fantasy points to opposing receivers per week, 24th in the NFL, a team that just allowed T.Y. Hilton to go off for nine receptions, 223 yards and a score. Brown must be chomping at the bit.&nbsp; And then there's James Jones, who has eight or more fantasy points in four of five games and has a matchup against a Cardinals team giving up 27.8 fantasy points to opposing wideouts each week, 31st in the NFL. With Oakland's passing game starting to heat up, Jones is a fairly safe play this week.&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; Tight Ends He's baaaa-aaaaaack! After a pretty slow start to the season, Jordan Cameron awoke in Week 6, catching three passes for 102 yards and a score. Now he gets a terrible Jacksonville defense allowing 11.3 fantasy points to opposing tight ends per game, 29th in the NFL, and a defense that has given up double-digit points to the position in four of six weeks.&nbsp; Cameron should remind everyone why he's one of the elite fantasy options at tight end in this contest.&nbsp; &nbsp; Defense/Special Teams In the past two weeks, the Minnesota Vikings have allowed opposing defenses to score a total of 43 fantasy points. The Buffalo Bills pressure the quarterback (19 sacks) and are averaging eight fantasy points per game this year.&nbsp; Do you see how appealing this matchup is? Of course you do. Start the Buffalo defense, at home, with confidence this week. &nbsp; Kickers The New Orleans Saints don't have a very good defense, folks, while the Detroit Lions could be without their top red-zone target, Calvin Johnson (or at least he might go into the game rather hobbled). In what seems likely to be a shootout, Matt Prater could be a very busy man. If you're streaming kickers, he's worth a look this week. &nbsp; All&nbsp;point totals&nbsp;and&nbsp;points-against statistics&nbsp;via&nbsp;ESPN standard-scoring leagues.&nbsp;Hit me up on Twitter&mdash;I'll answer your fantasy questions and make some corny jokes, too. It's more fun than&nbsp;math class&nbsp;with Jason Pierre-Paul. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com brvideo
    2014-10-17 Fantasy: Start, Sit, Stash, Quit - Week 7 - SSSQ is a weekly look at the under-the-radar fantasy players you should consider starting, and the potential busts you should leave on your bench. We also identify&nbsp;breakout candidates&nbsp;to stash on your roster and players you can safely cut. For the rest of your lineup decisions, consult our&nbsp;weekly rankings.StartRussell Wilson, QB, Seahawksat RamsThe Seahawks won't lose in back-to-back weeks and the offense won't look as flat as it did at home against the Cowboys. The Rams have the worst pass rush in the NFL and&nbsp;Wilson will make them pay for it. Look for Wilson to lead an angry 3-2 Seahawks team to a blowout victory. He, Marshawn Lynch and Percy Harvin are all must-starts. Doug Baldwin and perhaps even Jermaine Kearse deserve consideration in deeper leagues.&nbsp;Fearless prediction: 298 yards passing, 3&nbsp;TDs, 74 yards rushingJustin Forsett, RB, Ravensvs. FalconsIf Forsett were five years younger and didn't have a long history of being a backup, fantasy experts would be calling him the breakout player of the year. The diminutive 29-year-old has completely taken over the Ravens' backfield, averaging 6.4 yards per carry and adding significant value in the passing game, too. The Falcons present one of the most mouth-watering matchups for running backs, especially because we could see them&nbsp;focus their attention on shutting down a Ravens passing attack that produced&nbsp;five first-half touchdowns against the&nbsp;Buccaneers last week. Forsett is going to feast.Fearless prediction: 91&nbsp;yards rushing, TD, 67 yards receivingGolden Tate, WR, Lionsvs. SaintsCalvin Johnson is expected to sit out again this week. Even if Megatron does play, he'll be little more than a decoy. Tate will be the focal point of the Lions' passing attack and&nbsp;shouldn't have too much trouble overcoming the resistance from an underwhelming Saints secondary. Don't expect flashy plays deep down the field, but count on at least five or six receptions (and the possibility of eight or more) and some solid YAC production.Fearless prediction: 113 yards receiving, TDJordan Cameron, TE, Brownsat JaguarsCameron finally looked like the beastly 2013 version of himself last week, suggesting he's finally over the injuries that slowed him in the early portion of the&nbsp;season. Cameron cracked 100 yards and scored a touchdown against the Steelers, and&nbsp;should do it again against a Jaguars defense that's allowing the fourth-most points to tight ends this season. Cameron is a set-it-and-forget-it&nbsp;starter for the rest of the season.Fearless prediction: 101 yards receiving, TDSitEli Manning, QB, Giantsat CowboysThose riding the Eli train were thrown from the wreckage in a nasty derailment that took place on national television versus&nbsp;the Eagles. Victor Cruz injured his knee and the Giants failed to score a single point. The G-Men are instantly back to being untrustworthy in fantasy, at least until we see how Manning looks throwing to Rueben Randle and rookie Odell Beckham Jr. as his top targets. Against a Cowboys defense that's riding as high as any unit in the league, you can't risk putting Manning into your starting lineup.&nbsp;Zac Stacy, RB, Ramsvs. SeahawksThis might be the end of the line for Stacy as an RB2. He's lost his grip on the Rams' No. 1 running back job and now seems to be mired in a three-headed committee with Benny Cunningham and rookie Tre Mason. Stacy just doesn't look like a special player with the ball in his hands, so it's hard to blame Jeff Fisher for wanting to get his other tailbacks more carries&nbsp;in search of a spark. All three will remain sparkless against a Seahawks defense coming off a home loss.&nbsp;Mohamed Sanu, WR, Bengalsat ColtsSanu shined in his first game as the Bengals' clear No. 1 receiving option, catching 10 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in a&nbsp;tie with the Panthers. Don't expect him to match those numbers this week against a Colts defense that's the second-worst fantasy matchup for receivers statistically. The Colts can be run on and the Bengals will likely pound the ball with a one-two punch of Gio Bernard and Jeremy Hill. Expect a quiet afternoon for Sanu.Martellus Bennett, TE, Bearsvs. DolphinsBennett was among the hottest tight ends in September, but he's cooled off considerably since then. He averaged 74 yards receiving per game and caught four touchdowns in the season's first month, but his per-game average has since fallen to 35 yards and he doesn't have a touchdown in October. This isn't new for Bennett. He has a history of production that falls off a cliff as the season wears on.StashJonas Gray, RB, PatriotsIt was Gray and not Brandon Bolden, as many assumed, who backed up Shane Vereen on Thursday in the Patriots' first game with Stevan Ridley out for the season. Gray carried the ball only twice for 12 yards, but that may have been the result of the Patriots going pass-heavy and the Jets being among the league's best rush defenses. Bill Belichick is the kind of coach who could do a 180 and give Bolden the bulk of the&nbsp;carries next week -&nbsp;or he could activate&nbsp;James White and feed him the ball -&nbsp;but Gray seems like the best bet for fantasy production behind Vereen right now. Add him to your roster if you have room.QuitTerrance West, RB, BrownsThings started so well for the popular fantasy sleeper. Starter Ben Tate was injured almost immediately, opening the door for West&nbsp;and fellow rookie Isaiah Crowell to pile up yardage running behind one of the NFL's best offensive lines. Somewhere along the way, the wheels fell off for West. When Tate returned to health, West found himself third on the depth chart. West hit rock bottom when, despite being the Browns' leading rusher on the year, he was a healthy scratch in Week 6. It's clear West is in the doghouse, which means he needs to hit the waiver wire in fantasy football.Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB, RavensLike West, Taliaferro is another rookie runner who blew his chance.&nbsp;Early this season, after Ray Rice was released by the Ravens and Bernard Pierce was injured, it briefly appeared as though&nbsp;Taliaferro would ascend the depth chart and provide significant fantasy value to the savvy owners who scooped him up. It never quite materialized. Taliaferro had one good game, but his production quickly fell off and he slipped behind both Justin Forsett and Pierce on the depth chart. Maybe next year.Copyright &copy; 2014 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. theScore NFL
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    2014-10-17 Fantasy Football Week 7: Updated Rankings for Sunday's Action - Picking whom to start on a week-to-week basis can be a headache. Cross-checking matchups with recent trends and then trying to find ways to maximize a lineup is enough to give any owner a migraine. We've all been there. Luckily, you don't have to do all the work yourself anymore. Below you'll find updated rankings for each position in fantasy, just in time for you to set your lineups before Sunday's action. Note that the players included do not include those from&nbsp;Thursday Night Football. This is all about Sunday. Some ibuprofen is always the best way to make that headache go away, but the following rankings are a great way to prevent it from happening altogether. &nbsp; Quarterbacks Surprised to see Brian Hoyer here? Don't be. Hoyer has been great this year with minimal weapons in the Cleveland Browns offense. He has thrown just one pick on the year and has eclipsed the 200-yard mark in each of his five games. Those numbers make him barely viable in fantasy, but his recent roll (508 yards, four touchdowns in his last two games) and his matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars make him a good starting option in Week 7. Jacksonville allows 294 yards per game through the air and has surrendered 12 touchdowns via the passing game. Look for Hoyer to approach 300 yards with a couple of scores this week. The Browns score 26.8 points per game. That's a pretty potent offense considering the team is without its most explosive weapon (Josh Gordon). Much of its success has come because of how comfortable Hoyer is with his offensive coordinator, as the quarterback told Kevin Jones of ClevelandBrowns.com.&nbsp;"I&nbsp;get a feel for how Kyle wants to call a game. He gets a feel for plays that I like and I&rsquo;m comfortable with. He trusts me a little bit more. I think you see our offense open up," he said. If you're going to roll with Hoyer in any week, Week 7 is the time. &nbsp; Running Backs If you haven't hopped aboard the Lamar Miller bandwagon, then Week 7 will give you another opportunity to do so. He faces a pretty favorable matchup, as the Chicago Bears surrender 4.3 yards per carry&mdash;20th in the NFL. The second-year back has also come on strong in his past three games. He has 225 rushing yards and three touchdowns in that span. With Knowshon Moreno on the shelf for the rest of the season, the bulk of the carries are his. That gives him the opportunity to become a stalwart for owners. Omar Kelly of the&nbsp;South Florida Sun-Sentinel&nbsp;tweeted about how productive Miller has been despite fewer carries than most lead backs: It's time to jump on the bandwagon. If healthy for the rest of the season, Miller will perform like a top-10 running back. &nbsp; Wide Receivers With Derek Carr's recent surge (five touchdowns and over 400 yards in the past two games), his top receiving option has suddenly become a fantasy asset. Don't be the owner who sits James Jones in Week 7. Jones has nearly the best matchup of all wideouts this week. The Arizona Cardinals allow 27.8 fantasy points per game to receivers, second-most in the NFL. Given the Cardinals' stingy run defense, Carr and the Oakland Raiders will probably look to throw more. That's good news for owners of Jones. More targets equal more opportunities for points, and Jones hasn't let his teammates&mdash;or owners&mdash;down the season when the ball has been thrown his way: It's never easy to predict that a player will find the end zone in any given week, but Jones is a good candidate for at least six catches and 80 yards against Arizona. &nbsp; Tight Ends Dwayne Allen doesn't rack up the yards or the catches, but he's arguably Andrew Luck's favorite target in the red zone. The 6'3" tight end has four touchdowns on the year, including three in the past four weeks. Somewhat of a wild card at the position entering the year, Allen has proven himself a worthy player to own in all leagues. And there might not be a better time to get him active. The Cincinnati Bengals don't contain opposing tight ends particularly well. They average close to 95 yards allowed per game against the unit, meaning that Allen is in line for his highest yardage of the season. Luck is enjoying a career year, and the Bengals leave plenty of room in the middle for tight ends to get open. That means success is on the horizon for Allen. &nbsp; Kickers Picking kickers on a weekly basis is a crapshoot. That hasn't changed, so don't be afraid to take a risk this week&mdash;start Matt Prater. Prater made his debut with the Detroit Lions last week, hitting just one of three field-goal attempts. His lone make came from 52 yards away. As a team, the Lions have been a black hole for kickers thus far. They've connected on just five of 15 attempts on the year, but Prater is the guy capable of bucking the trend. He hit a league-high 96.2 percent of his tries last year. He also has the ability to boot it from long range, something that makes him a pretty attractive option even if he misses a field goal per game from here on out. NFL.com's Michael Fabiano knows that his leg is a good reason to pick him up immediately: The Lions are going to give Prater plenty of attempts to kick, especially in Week 7 against the New Orleans Saints. &nbsp; Defense/Special Teams A good rule of thumb is to always roll with the defensive unit playing the Jaguars. The Jags have yet to really explode offensively, and until they do, there's no reason to change the game plan. The Browns defense should be better. It currently ranks 29th in the NFL in yards per game allowed (409.2), but that's not indicative of the personnel on this team. Joe Haden, Justin Gilbert, Karlos Dansby, Paul Kruger and Barkevious Mingo are all above-average defenders at their respective positions, so it's really just a matter of cohesion and proper play-calling for this unit. The Browns have a real shot at gaining some confidence against Jacksonville. Neil Greenberg of&nbsp;the Washington Post&nbsp;wrote about why: This is one of the few times Cleveland is worth a play, as the Browns face off against Jacksonville. The Jaguars offense ranks in the bottom five for first downs, net yards per pass, rushing yards per attempt and are&nbsp;dead last in points per drive&nbsp;(1.1). Rolling with the Browns in previous weeks was a big risk, but there's really little risk involved in Week 7. &nbsp; Fantasy information courtesy of ESPN.com. Follow Kenny DeJohn on Twitter: @KennyDeJohn_BRRead more NFL news on BleacherReport.com brvideo
    2014-10-17 Behind Enemy Lines- Part I - We ask Orange and Brown report writer Lane Adkins some in-depth questions about the Cleveland Browns and this Sunday's matchup. Scout - Cleveland Browns
    2014-10-17 Making the Call on Week 7's Toughest Fantasy Lineup Decisions - He may have completed just eight passes last week, but Brian Hoyer still had a decent day in a big win for the Cleveland Browns. Next up are the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are giving up 24.3 standard fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks, the sixth most in the league. That number would be higher had the Jaguars not benefited from facing Charlie Whitehurst last week. Tight end Jordan Cameron is coming on as a big-time option for Hoyer, and Travis Benjamin, Miles Austin and Andrew Hawkins have made a surprisingly competent wide receiver corps while they await Josh Gordon. Even better, the running game is humming with Ben Tate back and rookie Isaiah Crowell playing well. The Jaguars are going to have to play honest, lest they get ground to dust by the running game, and that should help open up the passing game for Hoyer. You know, like it did last week when he threw a 51-yard touchdown to a wide-open Cameron. Of course, it would take some serious stones to start Hoyer over, say, Drew Brees, but there is a better-than-bad chance that Hoyer will outscore Brees this week. Fantasy Prediction: 18-of-29, 225 yards, two TDs, one INT; 10 rushing yards, zero rushing TDs Final Verdict: Hoyer has a nice matchup this week and a strong running game to balance the offense. You could do worse. B/R NFL

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