If Joe Haden plays against the Dallas Cowboys and he isn’t 100% will that leave the Browns secondary open for a disaster? Having an oblique injury isn’t an easy thing to overcome. If Haden plays and can’t perform up to his abilities it could hurt the Cleveland secondary, then again we already saw how Haden’s absence hurt the Cleveland secondary during his 4 game suspension. Playing the Dallas Cowboys is one game we could have used a truly healthy Joe Haden. Tony Romo leads the NFL in interceptions and if Haden was healthy he could have had a big day. Romo is a guy who is mobile and he likes to try and force some throws into places he should avoid. If Haden can perform and the Browns defense can pressure Romo Haden could have a huge game.
The Cleveland Browns need a Joe Haden at 100% for the last 7 games of the season, they need him to perform to the best of his abilities and the Browns defense needs to show up. The Cowboys can score plenty of points on you and the Browns defense has to be firing on all cylinders. The last thing the Browns needed to see was Joe Haden sidelined in Thursday’s practice with the oblique injury. Haden says he will play in Dallas, but reports say it is unknown if Haden will play. For Cleveland’s sake lets hope Haden will play and lets hope he plays well. We all know what happens to the Browns defense if Haden can’t play, those results don’t need to be seen again…..
Filed under: Cleveland Browns