Browns say entire offense, not just Taylor, must improve
Browns say entire offense, not just Taylor, must improve
Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
16 September, 2018, 06:03
Last week, Jackson was adamant that Gordon would not be in the starting lineup against Pittsburgh after he missed more than three weeks of camp to address his personal health during his public battle with drugs and alcohol.
"I know the gameplan", Taylor told reporters Wednesday.
"Not good enough", Jackson said. Does he have to do his job better? Yes.
"I think I went out there and served my objective that I was supposed to do, whether it be distracting the safety to get somebody else open", Gordon said Wednesday.
Taylor completed only 37.5 percent of his passes (15 of 40) for 197 yards and a touchdown with an interception, for a rating of 51.8.
Jackson also said Gordon's start was a "mistake".
Thank you for signing up for the Top 3 Newsletter. Dupree beat rookie running back Nick Chubb and got to Taylor on a strip sack on the final play of the first half.
"I think I went out there and served my objective and did whatever I was supposed to do, whether it was to distract the safety or get somebody else open", Gordon said, "More than anything, I did not even thing about the targets until somebody mentioned that at the end of the game".
"His job is to get the offense to play the best that it can play".
Taylor, who hooked up with Gordon with just under 2-minutes to play on a 17-yard touchdown to tie the game at 21, underthrew Gordon on a deep ball up the far sideline that was intercepted with 16 seconds left in regulation.
"Obviously he plays a part in that, but so does everybody else. I mean, we're trying to win", Jackson said. He should see more volume moving forward. "I just didn't see the consistency in us doing some really good things yesterday". "Our quarterback was our leading rusher".
Known for his ability to take care of the football, Taylor took a gamble with a downfield throw late in the fourth quarter. Part of that, Jackson said, is predicated on Cleveland's receivers being in the right place at the right time. "Got to throw it out there. Got to give him a chance to get the ball".
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