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It’ll be hard to top what Cheap Olivier Vernon Jersey did last week against the Eagles, but he’s certainly going to try.

The veteran pass rusher is looking to build off the three-sack performance that earned him AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. And he’ll be doing so in his second consecutive game without Cheap Myles Garrett Jersey on the opposite side of the field.

Vernon touched on that dynamic and more in his conversation with ClevelandBrowns.com.

CB.com: This is been another weird week with COVID-19 protocols changing up the practice schedule almost every day. How’ve you handled it personally and how have the guys around you dealt with it?

Vernon: It’s really interesting with everything that’s going on now. At the end of the day, everyone’s going through it, some worse than others. Right now we’re just trying to prevent anything bad that could possibly happen. Coach (Kevin Stefanski) is doing the best he can as far as doing everything on the fly and making sure everyone is getting prepared for this game. Everybody that’s up and ready to make this flight, mentally they’ve got to be there as far as game plan and knowing what your assignment is and just being ready. It’s a get-ready, stay-ready mentality.

CB.com: How is the team rallying behind being down so many players?

Vernon: I think guys are just stepping up. At the end of the day, the guys that are getting the reps are putting in the extra time and learning as much as they can. This is our job and you’re supposed to be ready no matter what, no matter how many reps you get. The coaches expect us to be ready no matter what. I think a lot of the guys are just trying to keep things simple with the game plan and knowing what the coaches want from them. Everybody is helping each other. The teammate that’s next to you has to do his job just as effectively as you have to do yours. All that plays into it.

CB.com: You’ve got five sacks since Week 8. Has something clicked or are you just feeling healthier or both?

Vernon: It’s just a matter of everybody playing together. If the guys are doing their job of covering and staying solid and I’m doing what I have to do, and my teammates on the D-Line are doing what they have to do, everybody has an opportunity to make plays. That’s how the defense functions. That’s how guys are able to make plays, when everyone is on the same page and doing what they have to do.

CB.com: Was it special to you to earn AFC Defensive Player of the Week, especially in a week when Garrett wasn’t on the field?

Vernon: Honestly I’m just glad we got the W. At the end of the day, that’s all that matters. Whatever accolades some people get, it doesn’t really matter if it doesn’t amount to any wins. We’re able to move forward and make something special out of this season.

CB.com: What’s the defense done better over the past three games?

Vernon: It’s communication. If the guys in the backfield are locking things down, it just helps us because we’re able to put pressure on the quarterback, which helps them. It’s a balance. Everybody is feeding off each other. That’s one of the biggest things we’ve been able to do, especially on defense. Everybody is keeping it simple and knowing their assignments, executing the way Coach Woods wants us to execute. Everything else ends up panning out the way it does.

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CB.com: What do you like best about this defensive line?

Vernon: We just have more experience. It’s funny because on one side it’s all veterans and the other side is all young guys. As veterans, it’s our job to do whatever we can to help the younger guys be ready, especially guys that haven’t played as much coming into a game. as veteran players, you give as much knowledge to the younger guys and give them confidence so they can have confidence in themselves.

CB.com: After what you went through last year, how rewarding does it feel now to enter Week 12 at 7-3?

Vernon: I think it’s something special that Cleveland hasn’t had in a long time. It’s special for us as well. We’ve got a lot of guys that have been here for a while and been through the ups and downs. We’ve got guys that have been on other teams and been through the same thing. It’s a whole collective group of guys that are trying to come together and make something special out of it and trying notch wins every week at a time. Everybody is honing in and staying focused.

CB.com: When did you get a feeling this kind of season was possible?

Vernon: Honestly, I kind of knew what type of team we had when I first got here last year, as far as the amount of guys that were just hungry to win. Everybody’s got talent. Yeah, we had a lot of talent last year, but as far as the hunger in guys who wanted to win, I sensed that when I got traded here last year, but things didn’t pan out the way it should have. That’s football. The vast majority of guys coming back for this year, you still see the same hunger from guys throughout the team. Guys want to win, guys want to be relevant down the stretch. Right now, the cards are in our hand and we control our own destiny with what we do from here on out, so I’m excited.

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NATHAN HURDLESTON FROM CLEVELAND, OH: When I was a little kid, Louis Lipps was my favorite player. I don’t even remember much about him, except a vague memory of a big kick return. What are a couple of Louis Lipps’ career highlights that might make me feel young again?
ANSWER: What I always will remember about Louis Lipps was how it began. He was the Steelers first-round pick in the 1984 NFL Draft, and during the 1983 season the Steelers’ primary weapons at wide receiver were Calvin Sweeney; John Stallworth, who was injured through much of the season; Gregg Garrity; and Paul Skansi. For that reason adding offensive weapons to the receiving corps was a priority in 1984, and Lipps was the first-round pick. In his first regular season game, Lipps showed immediately that he was worthy of being a No. 1 pick. While Steelers quarterbacks David Woodley and Mark Malone combined to complete 22-of-41 passes (53.7 percent), Stallworth and Lipps showed themselves to be a dynamic combination. Stallworth led with team with six catches for 167 yards and a touchdown, and Lipps caught six passes for 183 yards (30.5 average) and touchdowns of 80 and 21 yards. Lipps finished his rookie season with 45 catches, but he was a big-play machine by averaging 19.1 yards per reception to go along with nine receiving touchdowns, plus another touchdown as a punt returner. After he retired, I would run into Lipps occasionally because he has made Pittsburgh his full-time home, and we would talk about him being too late to play with Terry Bradshaw and too early to play with Ben Roethlisberger.

JAMES MAC PHERSON FROM BEACHWOOD, NJ: Let’s say the Steelers finish 13-3 and all of the other teams in the AFC finish with four or more losses. By losing to the Ravens on Thanksgiving, the season series with the Ravens would be tied, but the Steelers end up losing out in the tiebreaker with more losses to common opponents Thus, Baltimore wins the division, but we have best record in the AFC, thus deserving the bye. What would happen then?
ANSWER: If the Steelers finish 13-3, and the Ravens finish with more than three losses, the Steelers win the AFC North. It doesn’t go to division tiebreakers if the teams aren’t tied atop the division, and the way I know they wouldn’t be tied atop the division is because – by your own description – the Steelers have three losses and the Ravens have at least four. Might be time to quit researching tiebreakers and maybe crack a fourth-grade arithmetic book instead.

LARRY DOUGLAS FROM PITTSBURGH, PA: I’ve heard Coach Mike Tomlin and others talk about being comfortable with Mason Rudolph as Ben Roethlisberger’s backup. Of course we aren’t seeing what goes on behind closed doors. In your opinion is their decision for Rudolph to remain No. 2 a good one, or are they perhaps hoping for a Brett Favre/Aaron Rodgers relationship to evolve, or do you think within the next year or two we will see a high draft pick at the quarterback position?
ANSWER: First of all, when President Art Rooney II, General Manager Kevin Colbert, and Coach Mike Tomlin all said publicly back in January/February that they were comfortable with Cheap Mason Rudolph Jersey being Ben Roethlisberger’s backup, their sentiment didn’t have anything to do with how the team might proceed once Roethlisberger decided to retire. In my opinion, Roethlisberger is going to play into his 40s. He’s 38 years old now.

RAY WATSON FROM BROMLEY, UNITED KINGDOM: What happens when a kickoff hits the goal posts and bounces back into the field of play?
ANSWER: It’s a dead ball, a touchback, and the receiving team takes over on its 25-yard line.

NICHOLAS MOSES FROM SIMI VALLEY, CA: How much of the struggling run game do you believe is James Conner’s fault?
ANSWER: Every individual involved in the Steelers running game, and I do mean every individual, shares responsibility, but in watching the games – and I do not study video – I see more instances of problems getting the plays blocked than I see Cheap James Conner Jersey missing holes.

BRIAN GRIEDEL FROM EL CERRITO, CA: One question you answered recently was how far back from the line of scrimmage may the placekicker place the ball for an attempt. You answered “as far as he likes.” Follow-up question: is there much variation between NFL kickers on this distance or do most pretty much do the same thing?
ANSWER: Had I known there was this much interest in what I initially perceived to be a minor issue, I would’ve gone into more detail with my first answer. First of all, the decision about where to place the ball behind the line of scrimmage typically belongs to the coaching staff, and it’s usually set in the neighborhood of 7-8 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Where it’s ultimately placed has to do with the protection and not the strength of the kicker’s leg.

JONATHAN PHILLIPS FROM KNOXVILLE, TN: Is there any plausible way a first-round draft pick gets cut before the starts of his rookie season (besides illegal off the field issues)? Has it ever happened before?
ANSWER: Based on all that goes into a team’s decision on a first-round draft pick in terms of man-hours and travel expense that make up the scouting process, I would say there is no way a team would cut that player for performance issues before the start of his rookie season. And since the NFL first instituted the draft in 1936 and the process was much less sophisticated, I have no idea if it ever happened before. I can tell you that many men who were drafted highly by NFL teams opted to do something with their lives other than play professional football. One such player was Bill Shakespeare, a Notre Dame halfback who was the third overall pick of the NFL’s inaugural draft in 1936. Shakespeare finished the 1935 college football season as Notre Dame’s leader in most offensive categories, including passing (19-of-66 for 267 yards), rushing (374 on 104 carries and four touchdowns), punting (40-yard average on 45 punts), kickoff returns (24.6 average on five returns), and scoring (24 points). He was selected as a consensus first-team All-American and finished third in the voting for the first-ever Heisman Trophy, behind Jay Berwanger and Monk Moscrip. Those college credentials made Shakespeare the first-ever first-round pick in Steelers history, but he skipped the chance to play professional football and went to work for the Cincinnati Rubber Company, where he would become the company’s president in 1960. He died in 1974 at the age of 61.

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ANSWER: When the running game isn’t productive, nobody gets “enough” carries. Coach Mike Tomlin said again at his weekly news conference that James Conner is the primary running back, and that decision isn’t made because of anything but what’s best for the team in its effort to win the game each week. There are those who advocate for more playing time for Anthony McFarland because of his quickness and speed, but who trusts him to step up and stone a pass rusher about to smash Cheap Ben Roethlisberger Jersey? I believe the first step for the running game is to find a way to be successful/effective with Conner, and once that happens other players/plays can be spooned into the repertoire.

ALAN FLEEGER FROM EDEN, UT: Speaking of the lack of a running game I am curious why we aren’t playing Anthony McFarland more? While attending the last two games I made it a point to select seats in the end zone because I wanted to watch the plays develop. It has been my observation that the offensive line creates the openings but our backs are too slow to hit the hole. Wouldn’t it make sense to let a faster/quicker back get some carries?
ANSWER: Let’s pretend you’re the coach. When you send Anthony McFarland into the game, are you only interested in running plays that call for a quick-hitting back to find a hole between the tackles? Because if you are, that won’t work for very long, because the opposing defense will adjust. If your idea is to have McFarland on the field for a full quarter or a full half, are you confident he can be a part of the pass protection? Because if he mis-reads a blitz or whiffs on a block and Ben Roethlisberger get hurt, then you, coach, would deserve to get fired. The idea is to win the game. Don’t forget that. I don’t disagree that there are some things McFarland might do well, maybe better than the guys ahead of him on the depth chart, but there is more to being a running back in the NFL than carrying the football. And on this team this season, the ability to block for the quarterback and understand blitzes to do that job is critical.

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Kevin Stefanski didn’t flinch as sideways hail, wind and rain pelted him during Sunday’s National Anthem.

The same could be said as he delivered play calls throughout a second consecutive game that featured strong enough winds to completely disrupt and limit the passing game.

Two weeks earlier, the Browns found themselves on the wrong side of a weather-affected game in which the Raiders dominated time of possession and made just enough plays to come away with the victory. On Sunday, the Browns were the team that did all of the right things to win a game in adverse circumstances.

“After watching the tape, I think we played the game that was called for, called the game that was called for based on the conditions,” Stefanski said. “I was proud of the team to battle there and come out of there with a W.”

Stefanski had a feeling the conditions weren’t going to be great early in the week as he eyed the long-term forecast. It’s just not something you can truly prepare for until the latter part of the week, when forecasts tend to be more accurate, or even until game day, when you’re on the field experiencing it firsthand.

The National Anthem, which preceded a 35-minute delay, provided one of many moments that reiterated it would take a different kind of attack to thrive in those types of elements.

“There were moments there where it was just whipping and there was no way you could complete a ball. I mean, there were times in warmups that you could not throw it 10 yards, it was getting knocked down,” Stefanski said. “It was a constant communication with myself and the offensive staff kind of. ‘Where are we? Has it died down enough to call this play?’ And then a couple of times we just tried to get Baker (Mayfield) on the perimeter and maybe get him an easy completion or run it with him out there on the perimeter.”

The Browns, who love running the ball and controlling the clock every week, stepped it up another level. Cleveland attempted 41 runs and just 20 passes Sunday with just six pass attempts coming in the second half. The Texans, who played from behind for most of the game, attempted 30 passes and rushed 22 times but were forced into multiple, tough decisions on fourth downs because of how the wind would affect field goal attempts.

Largely because of the bad weather, the Browns have accumulated just 254 yards and no touchdowns through the air in their best two games. In Week 7 against the Bengals, Mayfield threw for 297 yards and five touchdowns.

“That was what the game called for,” Stefanski said. “We did not know that on Monday and Tuesday when you put a game plan together. But when you see the weather report and when you get there to that stadium you kind of have to take all that into account and understand what it is going to take to go win that game.”

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Stefanski said the Browns came away from Sunday’s game with no injuries of note.

Cleveland had just one player from its 53-man roster — LB Cheap Jacob Phillips Jersey (knee) — sidelined because of an injury. The rest of the team’s inactives were healthy scratches.

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For the first time all season, SS Cheap Ronnie Harrison Jersey was on the field for every single snap. Acquired from the Jaguars just before the start of the season, Harrison has seen his playing time steadily increase as the season progressed.

“I thought that it was smart with how our defensive staff brought him along,” Stefanski said. “He was all over the field yesterday. He is playing at a high level. He is another player that’s all about the ball. And I know we did not get one yesterday, but he is very active around the ball. Physical tackler.”

Second-year safety Cheap Sheldrick Redwine Jersey saw his playing time increase Sunday, getting on the field for 17 snaps. Veteran Cheap Andrew Sendejo Jersey, who typically plays every snap, was on the field for 45 of a possible 57 snaps.

“We are working through different combinations and getting guys snaps,” Stefanski said. “We will continue to do that really at a bunch of different positions.”