CLEVELANDIt has been a long time coming.
The Browns secondary stepped up and made the plays they needed to make and were instrumental in the Browns 7-6 defensive battle win. There were no bigger plays made than with the game on the line and the Chargers on the Browns 44-- needing just a field goal to win-- when Buster Skrine batted down Philip Rivers pass intended for Malcom Floyd on fourth down. With no timeouts, the Browns were able to kneel twice and improve their record to 2-6, including consecutive wins at home.
Its super satisfying, Joe Haden said. The game was on the line and all (the Chargers) needed was a field goal to win. Basically, the 35-(yard line) was a touchdown to us.
Skrine said that captain DQwell Jackson made it clear in the huddle.
DQwell said weve got to make this play, Skirne said. We definitely had the mindset that we have to win this game.
Coach Shurmur has been preaching to us, finish, finish, finish, and we did it today.
Jackson was impressed with Skrine s...