With the success the Seahawks have had running their no-huddle offense recently, the Browns must worry about not if they’ll use it on Sunday but when and how much. Preparing to face the Seahawks isn’t just a matter of determining if they’ll use their no-huddle offense, but when and how much. “It looks like the last game and a half they’ve gotten to some no-huddle stuff that they feel good about and they’re moving the ball and scoring points,” Cleveland coach Pat Shurmur said this week, as his Browns were getting ready for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks at Cleveland Browns Stadium. “So we’re going to prepare for that front to back. There’s every reason to believe we’re going to see it from the beginning of the game to the end.” That definitely was the case in the Seahawks’ last game – a 36-25 upset of the New York Giants in the Meadowlands two weeks ago. The Seahawks won the coin toss and opened with the no-huddle, driving 80 yards in eight plays to Tarvaris Jackson’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Ben Obomanu – the team’s initial first-possession scoring drive this season, and only the second first-half TD in its first five games. They also closed with it, driving 80 yards in seven plays late%2
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