Browns right tackle Mitchell Schwartz has stabilized the offensive line for Cleveland and helped the team go 2-2 in their last four games.
Schwartz was selected in the third round (37th overall) by the Browns and has played in all nine games this season.
Schwartz told Jeff Schudel of The News-Herald that it took a few games for him to get comfortable with the base fundamentals and now he's had the opportunity to mix it up and do "stuff that's a little bit out of the ordinary."
Schwartz says he has improved his posture, feet and hands in pass protection which has helped him be more consistent as the season goes along.
The Browns will play the Cowboys this Sunday which means Schwartz will occasionally be lined up against Dallas defensive end DeMarcus Ware. Ware has nine sacks, 39 tackles and four forced fumbles this season for the Cowboys.
Dallas is 4-5 this season and coming off a 38-23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday.