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Week 4 GDT: Browns vs Cowboys

Who wins?  

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  1. 1. Who wins?

    • Browns
      13
    • Cowboys
      7
    • My fantasy team
      1
    • Horny
      2


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16 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

Kareem and OBJ had a full practice

Greedy is made of glass.

Clayborn being out really hurts.

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The Cowboys have 3 excellent wide receivers, one very good wide receiver and a strong and strong arm quarterback. 
What to do if they decide to go West Coast and send 4 against our  dB group. I don’t think Myles would be enough to stop them. 

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3 minutes ago, HH650 said:

The Cowboys have 3 excellent wide receivers, one very good wide receiver and a strong and strong arm quarterback. 
What to do if they decide to go West Coast and send 4 against our  dB group. I don’t think Myles would be enough to stop them. 

WCO isn’t a personnel grouping.

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If Greedy can't get on the field and prove he's a legit starter here soon, then we'll definitely need at least one new CB next year.

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I'll be honest, we are approaching "bust status" for Greedy based solely on his inability to stay on the field. 

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In a sense, these teams are mirror images of each other.

Pretty good front four and not so good rest of their Ds.

Talented skill players on O...I give their passing game an edge over ours and our running backs an edge over them.

That pretty much leaves us with the STs and OLs.

I do not know a thing about their STs but the way ours has played should give them at least a slight edge there.

However, our OL is superior to theirs and that could/should be the difference maker, imho.

Browns (including the D) to score more points then them.

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On 9/30/2020 at 12:31 PM, ReggieCamp said:

Kevin Stefanski's winning percentage of .667 puts him 2nd among active NFL head coaches, behind only Belichick.

 

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Kevin stefanski is undefeated against the NFL east

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20 hours ago, buno67 said:

 

So Buno do they break 30 points this week?

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we are going to need a good game from ward, mitch and johnson if we want a chance. If we can slow down their passing game we should be good imo.

they dont have a great te either. 

bend dont break limit spoke scores to file goals.

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4 hours ago, MWil23 said:

I'll be honest, we are approaching "bust status" for Greedy based solely on his inability to stay on the field. 

And Delpit out for the year after being hindered by a injury that dropped his draft stock last year. 

Something about those LSU defensive backs mann

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12 minutes ago, Kiwibrown said:

we are going to need a good game from ward, mitch and johnson if we want a chance. If we can slow down their passing game we should be good imo.

they dont have a great te either. 

bend dont break limit spoke scores to file goals.

Need to control the game/clock on the ground and limit Cowboys offensive possessions. Sort of like the same approach to playing Brady. Keep the Cowboys offense on the sideline because if this gets into a shootout its not going to be pretty

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CLEVELAND BROWNS @ DALLAS COWBOYS

Headline of the game: The Cowboys’ secondary provides a good opportunity for Baker Mayfield to post a big game

Mayfield hasn’t had to throw the ball all that much in the past two games, with just 23 pass attempts in each contest, but that may not be the case here with the Cowboys’ ability to put up points on the other side of the ball. It’s a matchup that Mayfield should be able to win if he is forced into a high passing volume game, though.

The Cowboys sit at 28th in team coverage grade through the first three weeks of the 2020 season, and it’s clear that they miss Byron Jones at cornerback. The rookie Trevon Diggs has allowed 223 receiving yards into his coverage so far this season, and teams have gone after the Cowboys’ linebackers in coverage in the middle of the field, as well.

It’s a big game for both teams with Dallas off to a disappointing 1-2 start and the Browns looking to keep pace with Pittsburgh and Baltimore in the AFC North. It’s also a big opportunity for Mayfield to show he’s getting back towards what we saw from him in his rookie season.

Fantasy

Odell Beckham Jr. was invisible in Week 1 and has at least been WR28 over the last two weeks. That is still disappointing compared to where he was drafted, but this week he should be able to turn things around. He should often be lined up against rookie cornerback Trevon Diggs. Both play almost exclusively on the outside. Dallas hasn’t used any shadow coverage this year, so the Browns can line up Beckham against Diggs as much as they want.

Diggs has allowed at least 60 receiving yards in all three games, leading to a 50.6 overall grade. In fairness to Diggs, he’s gone up against some of the best receivers in the league, but Beckham should be able to take advantage. Daryl Worley will likely be the cornerback opposite Diggs and who Beckham will see for the rest of his snaps. Worley has yet to have a coverage grade above 64.0 for a season, so Beckham should be able to take advantage of that matchup as well.

The Cowboys have faced the Falcons and Seahawks the last two weeks. Those two teams have allowed the most fantasy points to wide receivers outside of the Cowboys' own defense. The Browns haven’t been far behind, with the sixth-most fantasy points allowed to wide receivers.

The four players with the most receiving yards against the Browns defense so far have been Marquise Brown, Terry McLaurin, Tyler Boyd and Willie Snead IV. All four of them saw at least 50 of their receiving yards come from the slot. The Browns’ outside cornerbacks have done relatively well, but the middle of the defense has been allowing all of the yards. This is great news for CeeDee Lamb — the majority of his yards come from the slot. He and Dalton Schultz can both expect big numbers.

https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-week-4-preview-fantasy-football-advice-betting-tips-and-matchups-to-watch

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