Watching the Cleveland Browns this preseason, I couldn't help but to think to myself that this was the same old defense: bland, unaggressive, and uninspired. After Adrian Peterson's first run up the middle netted less than a yard, and the Browns defense forced a three-and-out, I couldn't help but think to myself that this defense was not the same old defense. The Browns, of course, went on to lose (and it wasn't close), but there were some signs of promise, especially on defense. Yes, the Browns gave up 225 total rushing yards, and yes, Adrian Peterson had three rushing touchdowns, but I had to be impressed with the improvement of the defensive line. Shaun Rogers, for one, had a solid outing with four solo tackles to go along with a sack. Coach Mangini said that he didn't need ...
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