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Chris Ogbonnaya the running back the Cleveland Browns went out and signed when Peyton Hillis and Hardesty went down to injury helped the Cleveland Browns win today over the Jacksonville Jaguars 14-10 today. Ogbonnaya who was just trying to stay in the N.F.L. has been proving himself to the Browns game by game since coming to the Browns. In his first game Ogbonnaya made 3 receptions.
Today Chris Ogbonnaya may have come into his own as an N.F.L. player after all the adversity he faced just trying to find his place on a N.F.L. roster. Chris Ogbonnaya had his first game of over a hundred yards rushing today and he scored his first N.F.L. touchdown to help the Browns put points on the board to stay in the game with the Jaguars. McCoy has come to depend on his former college teammate to be there for him Nd to help make the play.
Making the plays is exactly what Chris Ogbonnaya did for McCoy and the Cleveland Browns today. As the game went on Ogbonnaya seemed to have found his comfort zone...
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BEREA, OhioDespite scoring two touchdowns and getting the win over the Jaguars, Pat Shurmur said he's seeing improvement in the offense, in general.
"Generally, we were pretty efficient," Shurmur said. "I thought the line played very well together. It was one of their best games. I think Shawn Lauvao played one of his best games and Tony Pashos did too. I thought...
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