Today in an interview Toddy Haley the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator spoke extremely high about the Cleveland Browns defense.
“I thought Detroit was real good but I think this team’s better,” Haley said on Thursday. “The front seven in general, I think, is probably the best front seven we’ve seen. We’ve got our work cut out for us because as we move into late November and December you’ve got to be able to run the ball effectively when they know you’re running it.”
The Browns are yielding just 98.5 rushing yards per game and are fifth in the NFL in total offense. The Browns are one of three teams this season that have not allowed a 300-yard passer or 100-yard rusher in a game.
The Steelers have been hot since Le’Veon Bell has returned, and he could be one of the first players to put up a 100 yard game against the Browns this season.