After the Browns defeated the Steelers on Sunday, Browns tight end David Njoku expressed his disappointment with his own performance. Despite the team’s victory, Njoku admitted that he did not play well, dropping multiple passes during the game. Njoku credited his teammates for their efforts in securing the win on a day when he didn’t perform up to his standards.
Acknowledging that his play was unacceptable, Njoku praised his teammates, including the receivers and running backs, for their support in lifting each other up and finding a way to succeed. He emphasized the need to focus on improving moving forward.
Browns quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson had thrown 15 passes to Njoku during the game, but Njoku was only able to catch seven of them for a total of 56 yards. He expressed frustration with his performance and recognized the importance of his teammates’ contributions to the victory.
Looking ahead, Njoku is determined to put in extra work to improve his game, stating that he plans to use a JUGS machine at his house to practice and ensure that he cuts down on the number of dropped passes. He understands the need for continued effort and hard work to address his shortcomings.