NFL Week 6 preview: Baker’s big test, Big Ben’s quick play, Dalton Cowboys


1a. It’s hard to find two offenses that look as drastically different from their past iterations as the Steelers and Browns. Cleveland, under Kevin Stefanski, uses a run-first zone attack complemented by action-play, as opposed to last year where someone presumably spilled spaghetti sauce in the team’s only playbook and therefore decided that everyone was doing anything.On Sunday, they face a Steelers defense that has a reputation for being blitz-heavy, and that’s partly true. Pittsburgh blitzes a ton on the first and second downs; we’ll see how that affects the Browns early in the descent – the Steelers’ approach is indeed to throw blitzes, and they’re the best running defense in the league – and the action-play game Cleveland uses.


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