The Cleveland Browns are in a tough battle against the Chicago Bears, which happens to be late in the third quarter.
One key fact for the Cleveland Browns coming into this game was being able to take advantage of a struggling Chicago Bears running defense. Chicago has given up an average of 157 rushing yards this season, which happens to be the most in the NFL.
Cleveland’s offense was unable to put points on the board, allowing their special teams unit to get three points with the help of their defense. Running back Edwin Baker was able to get some points on the board for the offense late in the third quarter after the Chicago Bears picked off starting quarterback Jason Campbell and took it in for six points of their own.
Without Willis McGahee, this team has been more focused on passing the ball than anything else. They’ve found a couple big holes and have picked up some decent yardage, but nothing too major has come out of Cleveland’s run game, well compared to the last seven or eight Bears games.
They currently have five players who have over 10 rushing yards. Leading the way is Baker himself, who has 34 rushing yards on seven carries with a touchdown.