How many times have we reached the mid point of the year having endured four full overtime games? None many times, and that combined with the tumultuous nature of the last month or so brings this bye week for the Cleveland Browns to a point of most importance. A worn out defense in particular will get some rest that it badly needs, and a suddenly-clicking offense has a chance to build on the success of the last two weeks.
Get into all that and more during this edition of Ez Does It. Hue Jackson and his role with the Bengals (“Assistant-to-the”) and the possibility that his entire tenure with Cleveland was a sabotage job. Also talk about John Dorsey’s recent presser and how he didn’t really say much, but he did it really well. Plus there’s likely to be stuff in there about Bottlegate.
Give it a listen by using the player at the top of the screen, the one in between the article and comments’ section (of not just this but all DBN articles) or going here: