Haden gets INT

Posted by Matt Florjancic on November 28, 2010 – 9:08 pm

Rookie defensive back Joe Haden intercepted Jimmy Clausen’s first-down pass, which helped the Browns hold onto their 24-23 lead over the Carolina Panthers at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

He returned the ball 12 yards before sliding down to end the play. Haden now has four interceptions, including one in back-to-back games and entered Sunday’s contest in second place behind Seattle’s Earl Thomas for the lead among all NFL rookies.


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2 Responses to “Haden gets INT”

  1. By michael settler on Nov 29, 2010 | Reply

    dont get me wrong, i love haden and what he brings to our team… his skills and attitude are great, but did he have to slide after the INT in the 4th quarter? I have been a browns fan for too long to feel that good about a small lead in the 4th quarter… Haden has terrific athletic abilities (very cribbish in my book) so i thought he could have made a little extra from the run-back… its unfortunate, but any additional yard that we can get on any defensive created turnover will make it that much easier for our offense… again, i am very happy for the win, i just want to keep joe with a “jugular attitude” as we will need the extra efforts in the future.

  2. By deerhuntdave on Dec 4, 2010 | Reply

    Haden rules

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