So, they've shown they can throw it to the sideline and gain 5 to 7 yards. That's it.
Browns are challenging Cobb's catch.
The thing about Hundley is that this many starts into the year, you should be seeing improvement. He should be making plays now that veterans make once in awhile. Kizer is a great example. It's taken him 7 or 8 games and now he's making throws no one saw him make before. Hundley has not done that.
The play stands, by the way.
Cleveland is blitzing at will. They are just bringing everybody and there should be opportunities for big plays, but the Packers only have one receiver who can do that.
The Browns blitzed with no safety back and Hundley is having to get rid of it quickly.
Hundley finally finds Adams across the middle. This is where you have to punish a Williams defense. He will keep blitzing and you have to beat it for a big play.
Adams was gone if not for that shoe string tackle.
I've noticed that some. I'm not sure if Hundley likes it there or what. But if they were consistently low, they would change it in practice I would think.
I don't know if he's outcoaching him. I'm not sure Hundley is NFL caliber. That's the problem.
Start of the fourth quarter. BROWNS 21, PACKERS 7.
Now the Browns are back in Cover 2. You have to look for something over the middle.
Williams gets it down to the 1 for the longest run by a back today. 12 yards.
On first and goal, Williams is stuffed.
Williams took a shot at the goaline. Very close to getting in. Third and goal at the 1.
Williams goes outside and gets the 1-yard touchdown run.
Crosby for the PAT. It's good.
Packers drive 13 plays, 75 yards in 4:59. Williams, 1 yard run. BROWNS 21, PACKERS 14.
Jamaal Williams has 12 carries for 42 yards and a touchdown.