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Some players are rhythm players. The more reps they see, the better they play. That was linebacker Jason Worilds on Sunday. As the game progressed, he continued to get better and better.
The Browns had no real answer for Worilds on the outside, whether he chose a bull rush straight up the middle or on a speed rush on the outside. Worilds finessed the game with five total tackles and six hits on the Browns quarterbacks.
Timmons had a quiet game by his standards, mostly due to the amount of coverage he was asked to play. The Browns didn't look his way often in the passing game and didn't get enough run game going for Timmons to rack up the numbers we've come to expect. Still a nice all-around game.
It was nice seeing linebacker Vince Williams on the field Sunday flying around to the football. However, he, like Timmons, was limited by the game plan of the Browns. Williams still finished with five tackles, but overall was pretty quiet.
Outside linebacker Jarvis Jones continues to struggle. Jones was plugged in as a full-time starter on Sunday, but he struggled to produce yet again. His problems are a combination of factors, some of which, like his size, will just take time to deal with. However, his technique needs a full off season to improve, so it's hard to expect a huge improvement the remainder of this season.