BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- While breaking down game tape this week, Trent Richardson noticed some gaping holes in New York's defense. He plans to run through them -- and the Giants -- Sunday.
The Browns rookie running back is aware the Philadelphia Eagles piled up 191 yards -- 123 by LeSean McCoy, who got 121 in the second half -- last week in a 19-17 win over the Giants. On a conference call with New York reporters, Richardson was asked if he thinks he can rack up some yards against the defending Super Bowl champions.
"Oh yeah," he said.
Richardson doesn't lack confidence. Now he just needs a few more blocks.
"If we put our hat on a number (block), just cover them up, I think we can get good yardage on them," Richardson said. "But at the same time, I know they're going to throw everything they can at us. I'm pretty sure they're going to game plan around our running game, so we need to make sure we open up the passing game so we can get some good runs in."
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