Do the Cleveland Browns Turn Their Season Around This Sunday?

In this week’s column for Pro Football Weekly, I talked about how the Cleveland Browns could turn their season around. It begins this week in their rematch against the Cincinnati Bengals, which also happens to be the return of cornerback Joe Haden. Being 0-5 is certainly no picnic, but the Browns; season is not yet completely lost. Obviously, more than a few things need to fall their way, but the Browns can reach respectability by the end of the year.

Here’s an excerpt:

Haden’s return was supposed to signify a stretch endured by the Browns, a chance to bolster the defense and make something out of this season. Of course, one might have thought the Browns would actually have a win by now.

Instead, this 0-5 team has been mired in a pit of offensive mistakes and poor defense. Things are certainly bleak in Cleveland, and the how and why of the current situation has been looked at extensively.

Rather than doing that again, let’s focus on the Browns’ ability to turn their season around. Expectations must be tempered; no one is talking about the playoffs here. But to win four or five of their final 11 games would be a salvaged season, no?

Be sure to check out the rest of the article here.

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  • Poppawolf

    No, this wll not happen. The Browns are mistake prone and their defense sucks. Ol line blocking is not good at all. Bright spots are Weeden and Richardson. If Weeden can cut down on his mistakes, the Browns have a chance to win. I do not see them winning more than 4 games this year if that. I love my Browns, but their coaching is horrible. The drops and mistakes are due to poor coaching. If a player cannot hang on to the ball bench them for a game. Maybe this will get their attention