Sunday Browns running back Peyton Hillis touched the football only 15 times with Montario Hardesty getting 12. Hillis seemed a little concerned after the game yesterday saying, “I’ve always found myself to be a guy who gets in a rhythm and gets things done. But the game plan and what the coaches presented out there, that’s what they wanted to go with. So being a player, you follow the coach’s orders and do what he tells us to do and you respect that.”
Today Brown’s coach Pat Shurmur seemed to agree and said Hillis should get more snaps and more touches. Now if that’s the case or not, it will have to wait till after the teams bye week and into their game in Oakland on October 16th.
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