By LG

Josh Cribbs loves a good challenge, this week it won’t be any different for his Cleveland Browns in Oakland. Cribbs will be challenged by the Raiders Sebastian Janikowski and his big leg. Josh Cribbs knows how to return kicks to get his Browns into great field position. The problem may be getting a kick he can return. Cribbs has said he will have one foot at the end of the end zone so he will be ready to return any returnable kicks.  Sebastian Janikowski had a powerful leg before the NFL decided to move the ball up 5 yards on kick offs, Cribbs knows that and still feels his returns can make an impact for the Cleveland Browns.

Cribbs sees a lot of action for the Browns this season. Not only does Cribbs handle the kick off and punt returns he has had 12 receptions for 153 yards and one long one of 33 yards for a touchdown from Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. Cribbs makes every time he touches the ball exciting.  One thing that would bring excitement to the Browns this week would be if they could score an offensive touchdown in the first quarter. Cribbs could get some help this week with Little being named to the starting role.

Maybe with the addition of Little out there is would enable Cribbs to become open due to the fact the Raiders may be watching Little. Cribbs and his Cleveland Browns offense has to get things going early if they expect to win. The Browns have yet to be able to punch the ball into the end zone in the first quarter this year. If Josh Cribbs can bring some of his return magic to Oakland and get the Browns good field position the Browns could very well beat this Oakland defense to the end-zone.

Cribbs knows how important it will be to get his team in great field position and I think coming off the bye week Cribbs will be well rested to help his Browns make plays.  I look for Josh Cribbs to have a big game tomorrow in Oakland. He loves to be challenged…..

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