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

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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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