Found November 22, 2011 on Cleveland Sports 360:
D”Qwell Jackson has really been turning up the heat and the rest of the Cleveland Browns defense appears to have followed.  The Browns were able to stop a good runner last Sunday when they held Jones-Drew to less than 100 yards rushing.  If someone would have told me the Browns defense was going to be able to stop the run I would have taken a bet. The Browns defense also put up a great defensive stand on Jacksonville’s last drive of the game. It was none other than D’Qwell Jackson who was able to stop the Jags from completing the last pass of the game and it secured a win for the struggling Browns moving them to 4-6 on the season. The Browns gave Cincinnati something to think about in the season opener. The Bengals took over the game on a couple of plays that may have caught the Cleveland defense sleeping. You can bet Jackson and his defensive teammates won’t get caught sleeping during this game. The Bengals may face a Cleveland Browns defense this Sunday that will be ready to mak...

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