Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns fans and Happy Monday!!!

Alright, maybe we aren’t too excited it’s Monday, but we have a game this week!!!

After the Baltimore Ravens took care of the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime, the Bengals falling victim

Oct 27, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Kansas City Chiefs in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Oct 27, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Kansas City Chiefs in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

to an improbable Hail Mary at the end of regulation, this weeks Browns vs Bengals game is extremely important.

It has been a very long time since the Cleveland Browns played the Cincinnati Bengals in a meaningful game.  You would have to go back to the 1980′s, and the Bernie Kosar/Boomer Esiason rivalry of the late 80′s.

If the Browns can take care of the Bengals on Sunday in Cincinnati, they will have beaten them in both matchup’s this year and in turn own the tie-breaker against them if they wound up with the same record at the end of the year.

It’s obvious there is a good chunk of the season remaining to look that far ahead in the standings, but if you can win one meaningful game at a time, the results in the end are usually very favorable.

Here’s to making next Sunday the first notch on the meaningful game belt!!!

 

-MR(@puckelves)

 

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Brownie Bites

When asked how they felt about coach Rob Chudzinski’s handling of the team thus far, several Browns players had very good things to say.  ”Everything thus far has held true,” said linebacker D’Qwell Jackson.  ”And that goes a long way throughout the locker room, especially for a guy like myself.  I’ve had a lot of coaches say one thing, and then depending on how the season goes you’re entirely a different team.  He’s done a great job with that, and that’s a true testament in what he believes in . . .“We respect the heck out of him.”

Browns punter Spencer Lanning also had rave reviews for the first year head coach.  ”I think we’re in great hands here,” Browns punter Spencer Lanning said. “Chud has the perfect balance of being a man like (South Carolina coach) Steve Spurrier who is aggressive and set in his ways – I think the world of Coach Spurrier – and the other end of the spectrum he’s got some Lovie Smith in him.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

>Just as we mentioned above, NFL.com’s Marc Sessler also noticed it’s been awhile since the Browns and Bengals have played a meaningful game.  Here’s to hoping the Browns come out on top!!

 

>We could not agree with you more Justin!!! Let’s Go Browns!!!

 

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Topics: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Rob Chudzinski

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