Browns’ OC Alex Van Pelt Raves About Recent Offensive Line Performance

Browns’ OC Alex Van Pelt Raves About Recent Offensive Line Performance

OC for the Browns, Alex Van Pelt, is enraged about the offensive line’s recent play.

The offensive line’s performance got lost in the madness of the Browns’ victory over the 49ers.
They certainly received their due on Thursday, according to offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt.

You can be sure that strong offensive line play is noticed in the locker room even though fans may not always recognize it.

The Browns were without two important offensive line starters on any given Sunday, though it’s normal to take notice if your quarterback or one of your star skill-position players isn’t there.
The Browns were already behind early on when right tackle Jack Conklin sustained a season-ending injury in Week 1.
Joel Bitonio, his running partner, was declared ineligible for the 49ers game, ending his seven-year streak of not missing a play.
Against one of the best defensive lines in football, the Browns were outmanned.

On Sunday, the undermanned team made an incredible effort in response.
One of the best games was played by the combination of Dawson Jones, Michael Dunn, Ethan Pocic, Wyatt Teller, and Jedrick Wills.
The 49ers were allowing just 80 point2 yards per game, but the Browns ran for 160 yards behind this unit.

During his Thursday afternoon media availability, offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt made sure his players up front received the recognition they deserved:.

“Well, congrats.
Across the board, they deserved to win the game ball last week. I thought they did a fantastic job playing.
At first, I believed Jed (Jedrick Wills Jr. arguably played one of his best games as a Brown, protecting passes, and then Dawand (Jones), you know, he lit up and came on. and again, Mike Dunn, that internal guy.
One of Poe’s (Ethan Pocic) best games was played. Wyatt (Teller) had a really good game.
They therefore undoubtedly carried us offensively on that front.

From the quarterback of the attacking team, strong words of support.
The quarterback position for the Browns remains uncertain heading into this week, so expect Cleveland to rely once more on that offensive line to lead them to victory.


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