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in Fragen vor der Anschaffung 07.11.2018 09:11
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Browns coach Hue Jackson knew if he complained about Sunday's officiating he could be fined. The NFL is always watching and listening.He may soon be writing a check to Commissioner Roger Goodell.Still smarting after Cleveland's road losing streak reached 22 consecutive games with an overtime loss at Oakland Womens Baker Mayfield Jersey , Jackson was asked Monday if he was satisfied the officials had correctly spotted the ball in the closing minutes on a critical measurement that was overturned by a replay review."There are a lot of things that I am not satisfied about," he said.Jackson then clicked off a few."The kicking of the football down the field right next to the official, the sack-fumble on a quarterback ... Do you guys want me to keep going?" he asked reporters. "The spot. It goes on and on and on. We have to do a better job of being in control of it, not the officials being in control of it."Although Jackson didn't solely lay the 45-42 loss to the Raiders on the refs, there's no denying that some questionable calls that went against the Browns (1-2-1) led to another heartbreaking loss.The Browns appeared to pick up a game-sealing first down — and were poised to win rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield's first start — with 1:38 left in regulation as running back Carlos Hyde gained 2 yards on third-and-2.But replay official Billy Smith ruled Hyde was short of the marker and overturned the conversion. The Browns were forced to punt and the Raiders wound up tying the score and winning in OT on a 29-yard field goal.Even by Cleveland standards, this one hurt.Jackson, though, came away feeling encouraged by his young team. The Browns overcame a litany of their own mistakes and were in position to win before their defense crumbled at the end of regulation.The losses keep mounting for Jackson, now 0-18 on the road and 2-33-1 during his two-plus seasons in Cleveland. But he's convinced these Browns are not the old Browns."We have never been this close since I have been here, not as close as we have been in these four weeks," he said."There have been some games (in past years) where I think that we played as well as we could play and had a chance to win and make a play down the stretch. This team feels different. This team is more talented. I do not think that there is any remains of the past teams."The league stood by its ruling, with a spokesman saying several camera angles were used to clarify Hyde's elbow hit the ground short of the first down."From the line feed, you can see the line to gain is just past the 19-yard line," the spokesman said. "One replay angle shows the wrist and the elbow hit the ground simultaneously."The debatable calls aside, the Browns continue to be plagued by familiar problems. They're committing too many penalties and special teams have been special in name only.But unlike the past two seasons, Jackson said there's no sense of doom on the sideline during games, no feeling that things will go from bad to worse."I do not get the sense of what I felt before down there http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/derrick-kindred-jersey ," he said. "I get the sense that this is a team that is really starting to come together and understand how close they are. Now what they have to do is go finish those things."It's not a stretch to think the Browns could be 3-1 or even 4-0. But a blocked field goal in the opener against Pittsburgh and several missed kicks at New Orleans cost them two wins before they blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter Sunday and were swallowed up in the Black Hole.They have to learn to finish, and center JC Tretter believes the Browns are learning while taking a few more lumps."We have a lot of grit on this team," he said. "Even last year, you saw it. Obviously, last year we were not able to get any wins, but we never stopped fighting no matter what the circumstances were during the game, and I think that mentality has carried over. Now with the added talent and experience, that effort late in games you can come back from almost anything."We lost our 14-point lead, and those are sometimes tougher to bounce back from after you have it and you lose it. Just that we kept plugging along and kept pushing, and obviously, we come back. There is no quit and there is no rolling over on this team."NOTES: Jackson said rookie RB Nick Chubb needs more touches after scoring on TD runs of 63 and 41 yards. "I watched those two touchdowns on tape today, and they were even better than they were on the field," he said. ... CB Terrance Mitchell underwent surgery on his broken right wrist and will be sidelined indefinitely. Jackson is optimistic Mitchell will return at some point this season. ... Jackson said he never considered trying to going for it on fourth down after Hyde's run was overturned. "It did not enter my mind," he said. ... Despite Mayfield's four turnovers, Jackson liked how his rookie QB played. "I did not see any blink in Baker on any of those things," Jackson said. "That is what was very pleasing to me. I get a chance to look in his eyes, and he did not flinch. Matter of fact http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/trevon-coley-jersey , he was like, 'Come on guys, let's go.'" This was supposed to be a potential Super Bowl preview abroad.The defending champion Philadelphia Eagles against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the AFC runner-up.Instead, they went to London looking to save their seasons.Both teams are 3-4 and desperate for a victory. The Eagles blew a 17-0 lead in the fourth quarter last week at home in a loss to Carolina. The Jaguars have lost three in a row and four of five."We're losing games by just a couple of plays," Eagles coach Doug Pederson said, pointing to the defense's failure to make stops on fourth downs on the losing drives against Tennessee and the Panthers. "It's coming down to two, three plays, and we're sitting here at 5-2 instead of 3-4. We're only talking about a couple of plays and this thing is different. I have so much confidence in this football team and coaching staff that we're going to get this fixed."The Jaguars have much bigger issues.There was conflict in the locker room following the latest loss in which quarterback Blake Bortles was benched. Bortles will start against the Eagles, and perhaps a players-only meeting and a trip out of the country will allow the guys to bond."We have a mature group of guys at each group to understand containment and say things aren't going to get out of hand," Jags safety Tashaun Gipson said. "We just know what we've got to do."The Eagles are playing their first game in Wembley Stadium, while the Jaguars have made the trip for the sixth consecutive season; they play one home game in England annually."We've been over there a few times and we know how to handle it," defensive tackle Malik Jackson said.Here are some things to know about the NFL's final game of its 2018 London series:HYDE'S DEBUTFormer Cleveland running back Carlos Hyde will make his Jaguars debut, and the team expects him to bring a physical style to an offense that has lost its identity. The Jaguars are built to run the ball with Leonard Fournette, who will miss his sixth game because of a hamstring injury.With Fournette's absences pilling up, the Jags traded a fifth-round draft pick to the Browns for Hyde last Friday. Hyde watched the loss to Houston, seeing clearly where he's needed."I run angry http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/jamie-collins-jersey , downhill, smash-mouth," he said. "That's been my game ever since I started playing this game, so I think I'll fit in perfect here. ... If we can move the ball in the right direction and convert those third downs, keep the drives alive and give the defense a break, it would be helpful."CARSON CRITICISMCarson Wentz has been excellent for the Eagles since returning in Week 3 following knee surgery that forced him to miss the playoffs. Wentz has 10 touchdowns, only one interception, and a career-high 70.8 completion percentage. But even though he was 30 of 37 against the Panthers, Wentz misfired on his final two passes in the red zone and got sacked on the last play."I know this: I want the ball in Carson's hands at the end of the game," Pederson said. "I want him having control of helping us win a football game, and then the guys doing their jobs."TAMING TURNOVERS?The Jaguars spent considerable time in practice this week working on protecting and punching out the football, all part of coach Doug Marrone's plan to limit turnovers and force takeaways. Jacksonville is minus-12 in turnover differential, which ranks 31st in the league."We're not playing like we want to play or should play," Marrone said. "We have to get out there with a lot of enthusiasm."SPREADING IT AROUNDWentz is throwing most of his passes to tight end Zach Ertz and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. They have caught 31 passes in the past two games. Everyone else has combined for 25 receptions."When everyone is touching the ball they're able to play with more confidence," Ertz said.STARTING TIMEThree-time Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett had to adjust to a new role after the Eagles acquired him from Seattle, but he'll get more playing time because of season-ending injury to Derek Barnett.Barnett had three sacks in the past four games. Rookie Josh Sweat should also see action off the bench.AP Sports Writer Mark Long contributed to this story.

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