From the Armchair: Cleveland Browns week 4
Brian Hoyer looked good again getting the ball out quickly, completing almost 66% of his passes and most importantly not tuning the ball over. Hoyer threw two touchdown passes one each to Jordan Cameron and Chris Ogbonnaya. The running game was virtually non existant Willis McGahee lead all rushers with 46 yards, and did look good on the final scoring drive. Jordan Cameron had a big game with 10 catches for 91 yards and a touchdown.
The defense played well again, even without Jabaal Sheard. The front seven stuffed the run, only allowing 63 rushing yards, and pressued Andy Dalton, sacking him twice and forcing a fumble. The secondary played it's best game of the year. Joe Hayden kept AJ Green in check, holding him to 71 yards and no touchdowns. Buster Skreen who has been picked on all year played his best game as a Brown and came up with an interception that pretty much sealed the win.
Billy Cundiff missed two of three fieldgoals.That's troubling but he is dealing with a quad strain and it didn't hurt the Browns this game.
Next up the Buffalo Bills vist on Thusday night.