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“What did we learn today? Uh, well, the Browns did commit themselves to the run, dominating time of possession with Montario Hardesty. It was painful watching the young Tennessee product get stonewalled by the Seahawks’ defensive line again and again. Hardesty has a bit of a waggle, and he sure likes that “press X” spin move, but the burst you want to see out of a running back is just not there yet. Right now his best use is as a compliment to Peyton Hillis, who was sorely missed today. Beyond that it’s hard to determine if Hardesty can grow into a more prominent role.” [Cleveland Sports Torture]
Wow. Strong opinion from Tony Dungy- “If things did go down that way, the Colts would have something of a dilemma at the quarterback position. In Luck, they’d have one of the best q...
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Montario Hardesty carried the ball 33 times today and gained 95 yards for the Cleveland Browns. Hardesty got the bulk of the work this afternoon in Cleveland while Peyton Hillis missed another game for the Browns due to a hamstring injury. Hardesty kept pounding the Seattle defense who by the way is very good against the run. Every time Hardesty touched the ball he was one step...
The Cleveland Browns were impressed with Montario Hardesty's performance Sunday - so much so that they're going to give the backup running back a larger role in the offense even after starter Peyton Hillis returns.Hardesty had a career-high 33 carries for 95 yards in Sunday's 6-3 victory over the visiting Seattle Seahawks. The 24-year-old was given the call in place of...
Craig will have a full recap, but I just wanted to post some quick thoughts.
- This was not a pretty football game, but a win is a win is a win is win.
- For better or worse, the Browns never went away from the run. Montario Hardesty had 95 yards… on 33 carries.
- All of the Browns points came on Phil Dawson field goals of 50+ yards.
- Jim Mora is annoying.
- Browns benefited...
With Peyton Hillis listed as questionable for the Cleveland Browns against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Montario Hardesty will get the start at running back. Hardesty is looking forward to facing the Seahawks, after his poor performance at Oakland previously, while Chris Ogbonnaya is the third-down back. Hillis suffered a hamstring injury last week against the Raiders. Im definitely...
Every week in fantasy football there will be guys who seemingly come out of nowhere and stars who disappoint. Let’s take a look at some players who fit each of those descriptions.
Fantasy Football Week 7: Under-the-Radar Players to Consider
Beck will make his first start of 2011 today against the Panthers. Carolina has the 11th ranked pass defense in the league, but they...
Week seven. Losers of two straight, the Cleveland Football Browns play host to the Seattle Seahawks who bring their 2-3 record and back-up quarterback across the country. Peyton Hillis will not be suiting up in this one, so we’ll get to see a lot of Montario Hardesty while listening to Ron Pitts and Jim Mora attempt to succesfully say “Chris Ogbonnaya.”
On a brighter note...