Coach Romeo Crennel had little problem calling what wide receiver Braylon Edwards is enduring currently a slump. He's more concerned, however, with getting Edwards' problems corrected. Right now the wideout has five receptions for 46 yards. Gee, think those fantasy football wonks who have him on their rosters are a bit miffed? You betcha.
It’s always troubling when a player goes through times like he is going through, when he is dropping balls that we need him to catch. We are trying to do everything we can to help get him out of his slump. A lot of times as a receiver, focus on the ball is one of the things. We have got numbers on the ball and we’ve got colors on the ball to try to improve his focus so he can relax and make some of those plays that we saw him make last year.
Crennel also recognizes that in order for the Browns to succeed offensively, the team has to be able to run and throw the ball. They've not looked particularly good doing either as their massive 8 points per game average shows, thus far. You could argue that it all begins with the running game, but more often than not, this team passed the ball to set up the run last year. No consistency in the passing game equals no consistency in the run game.
I think that this team is a better offensive team when we can have balance, when we can run the ball and throw play-action passes and drop back and throw the ball. Once a team becomes one-dimensional, then the defense can load up on it. Our ability to be balanced helps the offense. As the game progresses and things happen, you adjust and adapt to what you feel at that time and you go with it, Crennel said.
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