3. Got right: Line looked good again
Even on a offensive line constructed of back-ups, Cleveland’s offensive line was strong for the second straight week.
Case Keenum was sacked twice, but for the most part, I thought Cleveland’s quarterbacks were kept clean in the pocket.
The Brown started Blake Hance at center, Drew Forbes at left guard, Gossett at right guard, James Hudson at left tackle and Chris Hubbard at right tackle.
Noticeably, Nick Harris didn’t start at center because of knee injury–and this doesn’t help his case.
The University of Washington product was viewed as the center of the future. Unfortunately, Harris has no versatility and doesn’t seem capable fo playing anything else other than center–that’s a problem when you’re a backup in a position group that demands versatility.