Redskins vs. Browns - Defensive Grades

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Redskins vs. Browns – Defensive Grades 

Defensive Grade analysis for the Washington Redskins preseason win at home over the Cleveland Browns.

Defensive line:


Aug 18, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) runs with the ball past Washington Redskins defensive end Frank Kearse (73) in the third quarter at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 24-23. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Redskins defensive line played the second straight game without Jason Hatcher but again they did a nice job in the trenches.  None of the Defensive linemen were able to come up with a sack but they did force a lot pressure on the Browns quarterbacks and assisted the outside linebackers (Ryan Kerrigan) in coming up with a few sacks themselves.

I thought Barry Cofield played well at nose tackle and was very active in the middle.  Jarvis Jenkins and Chris Baker plugged up a lot holes in the running game and they did a nice job of collapsing the pocket.  The reserve linemen continued the good play.  Backup nose tackle Chris Neild stood out the most to me of the reserve D-linemen.  And Kedric Golston was good as well.

This is the second consecutive physical game from the defensive line which is a good thing to see.

Defensive line grade –  B+

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