Winds were at 19mph. Per the game forecast.<quoted text>Up front the Browns are obviously more stout and can get an inside pass rush. The 60 mph swirling winds and rain had a little to do with the lack of offense by both teams. I would be careful how much overall stock I put in pass defense due to how difficult it is to throw in that kind of #@it.
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#106 Sep 16, 2008
#107 Sep 16, 2008
Did you watch the game? At kick off, a consistant wind was blowing at 30mph with increases up to as much as 60 before and predicted during the game. They could not even unveil the new Browns tarp on the field before the game because when they tried, it was pulling people across the field that were trying to open it. What game were you watching?
#108 Sep 16, 2008
I have to agree, although I would not say anyone has it in for Baltimore or Houston. I also think if it was Indy vs New England they would have found away to make it work.
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