Following the Browns’ loss on Sunday to the Texans, RB Jamal Lewis questioned the play calling of his offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. This week the two had a chance to chat and clear the air.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer explains:
- After the loss to Houston, a game in which Lewis carried the ball only 10 times but averaged 5.8 yards, Lewis said the most disturbing thing was to prepare to run a lot and then put it to rest come game time. He also said he was trying to make the best of a bad situation and not blow up, and that he just stood there cold, feeling the breeze. More