November 30, 2021

Cardinals Vs. Browns, Why Am I Watching?

Browns Offense Vs Cardinals Defense. The Browns offense is ranked fifth in the NFL. It was announced Friday that RB Nick Chubb has been ruled out for the Arizona game and it appears both RT Jack Conklin and LT Jedrick Wills will also miss this game. Next man up. The Browns are averaging 187.6 yards a game rushing and the Cardinals defense is ranked 28th against the run allowing 139.0 yards a game. Hopefully, because of the Chubb injury, we’ll see more of RB Demetric Felton. Arizona is ranked sixth in scoring defense allowing 19 points a game. Their sack leader is OLB Chandler Jones with five sacks, but he’s been ruled out because of Covid. DE J.J. Watt has yet to record a sack, but he’s still very effective as a disruptive force. In the secondary, CB Byron Murphy, Jr. has allowed an opposing QBR rating of 62, however, he is allowing 18.7 yards per catch. CB Antonio Hamilton has allowed eight receptions on 11 targets for 97 yards and a QBR of 99.4. The Cardinals are a plus-five in turnover ratio and have forced nine fumbles. When Hamilton is on the field, I would try and match him up against WR Donovan Peoples-Jones. I would also try and utilize both TE Harrison Bryant and TE Austin Hooper. The Cardinal defense will be forced to try and take away TE David Njoku after the game he had against the Chargers. Besides DPJ, Felton, Bryant and Hopper, I expect another big game from RB Kareem Hunt, especially if the Browns can score touchdowns instead of field goals in the red zone.


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