Good Morning Browns fans!!!!!
What a great feeling it is the day after a huge victory!!
It’s been a long three weeks since we woke up on Monday with a big smile on our faces. Well the wait is over and we
head into the bye week 4-5, which is good enough for second place in the AFC North.
Once again, the Browns defense put on a dominating performance holding the Ravens to 55 yards rushing on 21 carries. They recorded five sacks, one fumble recovery, and one interception, courtesy of shutdown corner Joe Haden.
The running game struggled again this week, gaining 73 yards on 28 carries for a 2.6 yards a carry average. Luckily for the Browns, Jason Campbell completed 23 of 35 for 262 yards and three touchdowns.
The Browns head to Cincinnati in two weeks to face the Bengals in a very important division game. If the Browns can defeat the Bengals in week 11, they will be 5-5 and a game out of first place, with a very favorable schedule remaining.
Let’s all sit back and enjoy this victory over the Ravens. It’s hard to believe, November 18, 2007 was the last time the Browns were able to defeat these Baltimore Ravens.
For the next two weeks, we will be talking about going to Cincinnati and beating the Bengals to get back into the race for first place in the division.
In the meantime, enjoy this one Browns fans!!!!
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski talked about his message to the team, saying it was time to stand up and make a statement against the Super Bowl champions. ”We’ve been the kid brother in this division for a long time,” Chudzinski said. ”If you want to change that, you have to do things to change it. ”The guys’ approach this week was outstanding. They believe. It was a matter of actions and getting it done on the field. . . I think the last three weeks have taught us something. As much as you hate losing, you see things . . and we saw stretches where we played well against some very good football teams.”
Quarterback Jason Campbell said he had X-rays after the game and that no ribs were broken, and it was a struggle to play. He did add, “You would have had to drag me out of the game.” No denying the toughness of the eight year pro.
Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
— BrownsBummer (@BrownsBummer) November 4, 2013
>Always a great thing when these two words are next to each other..Browns win!!!
#Browns won today when Willis McGahee led the team with 31 yards on 21 carries. Maybe it is a passing league.
— PatMcManamon (@PatMcManamon) November 4, 2013
>Totally agree with Pat on this one. However, passing league or not, you definitely need a running game to go far in this league and 31 yards on 21 carries is not gonna get it done!
Around the NFL
Chiefs 23 Bills 13
Dolphins 22 Bengals 20
Panther 34 Falcons 10
Cowboys 27 Vikings 23
Jets 26 Saints 20
Titans 28 Rams 21
Redskins 30 Chargers 24
Eagles 49 Raiders 20
Seahawks 27 Buccaneers 24
Patriots 55 Steelers 31
Colts 27 Texans 24 ( Texans coach Gary Kubiak collapsed at halftime on the sideline and was rushed to the hospital. Only thing the Texans did say was Kubiak did not suffer a heart attack)
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