The Browns secured a hard-fought win against the Steelers on Sunday, but tight end David Njoku was not content with his performance. He admitted that he had dropped several passes and acknowledged that his play was not up to par. Despite his disappointment, Njoku praised his teammates for their resilience and unity in pushing through a difficult game.
Njoku expressed gratitude towards his teammates, including the receivers and running backs, for their support and determination. He recognized that his own performance was subpar, but he was encouraged by the collective strength of the team and their ability to overcome challenges.
Browns quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson targeted Njoku with 15 passes, but Njoku only caught seven of them for 56 yards. Njoku acknowledged that this fell short of expectations and emphasized the importance of his teammates’ contributions in securing the victory.
Looking ahead, Njoku plans to put in extra work this week to improve his skills and reduce the number of dropped passes. He mentioned that he has a JUGS machine at home and is committed to dedicating himself to delivering a better performance in future games.