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FanPulse: Browns fans’ confidence shoots back up to 96% after a

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win heading to Week 4 Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL [url=]White JC Tretter Jersey[/url] , powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Browns fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.The Week 3 polls are in, so let’s take a look at the results!How confident are you in the direction of the team? Last week: 83 percent confidenceThis week, 96% of fans voted for their confidence in the direction of the Browns, a 13% boost from last week, and right back to where we were in Week 1. I’m telling you — Browns fans can taste the direction of this franchise changing (for the better), and they are soaking it up.The same effect didn’t happen for the Steelers. Despite getting their first win of the season last week against the Buccaneers, they flat-lined at 26% confidence from week to week. The Ravens are at 91%, up 17% from the previous week. The Bengals are at 63%, down 18% from the previous week.Will the Browns win or lose in Week 3?Odds: Raiders are 3-point favoritesDawgs By Nature FanPulse: Browns by 8Silver and Black Pride FanPulse: Raiders by 2Cleveland fans are the most confident they’ve been all season, predicting a margin of victory of 8 points. Raiders fans, on the other hand, are the least confident we’ve seen all year, only predicting a two-point win despite being at home.What is the worst team in the NFL?59% of fans voted for the Arizona Cardinals being the worst team in the NFL, and I fell into that majority too. The Oakland Raiders were up next with 23% of the votes. Had the Bills not just demolished the Vikings, they would’ve been a top contender for the poll too.Cleveland Browns Training Camp Recap: Day 4 - Corey Coleman Shines Day 4 of Cleveland Browns training camp saw a day of redemption for WR Corey Coleman and some highlights from other receivers too. Our full practice report summary is below.Cleveland Browns Training Camp Report - Day 4 (7/29/18)1. Tim Couch Shows Off the Guns: One of the funner stories on Day 4 of training camp involved former No. 1 overall pick Tim Couch in attendance. He finally makes his return to Cleveland this year to call preseason games, and everyone couldn’t help but notice how absolutely ripped he looks. Also tagging along with Couch was ESPN’s Jay Crawford [url=][/url] , who will be calling the games with Couch.This is the first time Couch has been in Berea since he was a player, which was presumably around January 2004. Another big guest in attendance was Jim Tressel, who was seen on the field talking with GM John Dorsey. Owner Jimmy Haslam was also out and about during practice.2. Day Off Group: Besides the players on injury lists, Sunday featured the most players receiving the day off from practice so far: RB Duke Johnson, TE Darren Fells, C J.C. Tretter, RG Kevin Zeitler, DE Myles Garrett, and OLB Jamie Collins.3. Drops Add Up for Njoku: Last year, drops plagued TE David Njoku during training camp and then carried over to the regular season. Sunday was not Njoku’s day, as he reportedly dropped three straight passes (and had a fourth drop somewhere else), which drew a “prolonged storm of F-bombs” from offensive coordinator Todd Haley, per Zac Jackson of The Athletic. Afterward, Jackson says that TE Darren Fells tried offering some words of support for the second-year tight end.4. DeValve Leaves Early With Big Wrap: Continuing the bad day for tight ends, mid-way through practice, TE Seth DeValve was checked out by an athletic trainer and then had a huge wrap on his upper right leg. The team later reported it to be a quad injury.5. Some Love for the Receivers: After missing two practices with a hip injury, WR Damion Ratley made his return to practice. Overall, the reports were very positive for all of the Browns’ receivers on Sunday [url=]White Darren Fells Jersey[/url] , particularly WR Corey Coleman and WR Rashard Higgins. Coleman especially gained brownie points for what everyone is calling his best and most consistent day of practice. According to head coach Hue Jackson, Coleman turned down the opportunity to have the day off, and it paid dividends:6. Wide Receiver Video Highlights: You can click here to see a clip of a nice comeback route for WR Rashard Higgins, working against rookie DB Simeon Thomas. The play of the day also belonged to Higgins, though, as he went up high against CB Denzel Rice to make a long catch:WR Jarvis Landry reportedly beat CB T.J. Carrie in 1-on-1 drills on yet another double move, but was overthrown by Mayfield. And lastly, here is WR Damion Ratley winning a 1-on-1 battle against Thomas on a deep pass from QB Baker Mayfield:7. Ice Tubs Make Their Return: After practice, the infamous ice tubs made their return, and as the Browns’ Twitter account poked fun at, rookie RB Nick Chubb did not approve:8. Jason La Canfora Says: CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora was live in Berea, and here were his observations from practice:9. Brownies: Per Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, WR Derrick Willies beat CB Terrance Mitchell on a deep pass from QB Baker Mayfield. ... Head coach Hue Jackson had high praise for Mayfield after practice. ... Hard Knocks reportedly wanted to get a peek at the RV, but the rookie quarterback said “that’s a sacred place,” per Daryl Ruiter of 92.3 the Fan. ... The siren drill was active again and LB Mychal Kendricks had a tackle for a loss. ... A total of 41 puppies have been adopted at the Browns Puppy Pound at training camp this year.10. Next Up: Practice continues Monday in Berea, from 2:35 PM to 5:30 PM. I will be in attendance as a fan.

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