Redemption! It’s the first word that comes to mind to describe Deshaun Watson’s performance against the Tennessee Titans. Tenancy! It’s the second word that comes to mind to describe the Browns’ defense. When the Browns perform this way, they are very tough to beat. This is the kind of performance that you must be consistent every week. The Cleveland Browns dominated on both ends of the field against the Titans, 27-3.

After a nightmare performance last Monday night against the Steelers, quarterback Deshaun Watson redeemed himself at home against the Titans. He played arguably his best game in a Browns uniform. Watson completed 27 of his 33 passes and threw for 289 yards to go along with two touchdowns. No interceptions. Wide receiver Amari Cooper had a big day with seven receptions for 116 yards and one touchdown.

The Browns Defense was all over the place. The defense came back strong, which reminded me of two weeks against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Browns Defense didn’t allow a touchdown. They only gave up 26 rushing yards and 68 passing yards. Ryan Tannehill couldn’t stay away. He got sacked five times and God knows how many times he felt pressured. The Titans only had six first downs throughout the whole game. Myles Garrett is a tremendous leader for this Browns Defense.

Browns improve to 2-1 in the season. They will stay at home to face their AFC North division rival Baltimore Ravens, who are also 2-1 in the season, next Sunday to kick off the month of October at 1 p.m.

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