Following last nights impressive blow out victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Cleveland Browns have earned a lot of praise from around the NFL.
Many are praising their defensive efforts and Quarterback Brian Hoyer who ran their offense expertly in the game.
There is however one man who far from being impressed with the Browns efforts last night, is in fact underwhelmed by what he saw.
Bengals rookie Runningback Jeremy Hill who played in the crunch divisional match last night, and despite a poor team and personal performance, he has made some big claims about the Browns.
"They didn't do anything special to me." - Jeremy Hill on the Cleveland Browns last night.
Hill has only given the Browns credit for winning the game but has failed to acknowledge any of the other praise currently being heaped onto them.
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Amidst Hill's claims about the Browns, he says that they were not as good as he expected them to be.
"We gave them the game, in my opinion. They didn't do anything special. We just gave them the game. They just sat back with coverage the whole day."
Pinning the blame squarely on the Bengals surely can a good statement to make since they were definitely off their game last night.
But by failing to give credit to the Browns, Hill's quotes have had some people raising questions about his opinions.
Hill was coming off the back of a 154 yard game against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week where he also scored two touchdowns.
However on a night where the Bengals amounted less than 200 yards of total offense, Hill could only muster 55 against Cleveland.
The most heavily criticised man on the field last night however was without doubt Bengals Quarterback Andy Dalton who certainly had a night to forget.
Dalton threw three interceptions and only completed 10 of his 33 pass attempts in a very poor offensive showing all round for Cincinnati.
The Bengals and their struggling offense will need to shape up in the week they have now as they will be preparing to head south to take on the New Orleans Saints.
Meanwhile the Cleveland Browns will be heading back to northern Ohio and will be waiting for the Houston Texans to arrive in week 11.