CLEVELAND — It's still kind of amazing to say it out loud (or to type it for that matter): The Cleveland Browns are 7-3.
Yes, the 22-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles was hardly a work of art on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Yes, there are still some aspects of this team that are a concern heading into the final six games of the season. But you have to feel good about how this Browns team continues to find ways to win.
Monday morning on After Further Review, Jay Crawford and I looked back on the victory against the Eagles. Some of the things we highlighted include:
- The Browns defense rose up in Myles Garrett's absence
- Denzel Ward is playing like an All-Pro
- The culture of the Browns has been completely changed by Kevin Stefanski
- The Browns commitment to the running game
- The team's struggles in the red zone
- The path to a playoff berth
- Do we owe Paul DePodesta an apology for his evaluation of Carson Wentz?
Watch Monday's edition of After Further Review in the player below:
Jay also wrote more on the Browns' win over Philadelphia, including the defense rallying around Myles Garrett. You can read his thoughts here.
More Browns coverage:
- Gutting it out: Cleveland Browns beat Philadelphia Eagles 22-17, keep pace in AFC playoff picture
- JIMMY'S TAKE: Cleveland Browns deliver 'defensive performance of the season' in win over Philadelphia Eagles
- Baker Mayfield has fun during and after Browns' win vs. Eagles
- Watch: Nick Chubb stiff-arm on 54-yard run sets up Kareem Hunt touchdown
- Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski: 'There's no such thing as an ugly win'