Veteran linebacker David Bowens enjoyed his best game in a Browns uniform Sunday in Cleveland's 27-14 loss at Pittsburgh.
Bowens, who signed with Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent in March after spending the previous season with the New York Jets, registered seven tackles (five solo), a sack, another quarterback hit, a pass defended and recovered a fumble.
Now in his 11th season in the NFL, Bowens said not only his performance, but the Browns defense as a whole has improved.
"Everybody's concentrating on their own job," he said. "It's a single-man type of scheme, everyone doing their own job. That's how we've been approaching it the last few weeks."