Morning Browns fans and Happy Saturday!!!
We are now officially a day away from one of the biggest and most meaningful games in
Browns recent memory.
If the Browns head into Cincinnati with a chip on their shoulder, knowing if they lay it all on the line for 60 minutes and win, they will come out challenging for the AFC North division lead.
Having beaten the first place Bengals twice in this scenario, the Browns will have the inside track to winning their first AFC North division crown since 1989. Yup, that’s not a typo folks, it’s been 24 years since the Cleveland Browns have staked claim to the division title.
As exciting as it is to ponder, we have to wait until the dust settles Sunday afternoon, to see if the Browns have what it takes to go into Cincinnati and take care of business.
By 4:30 Sunday afternoon, we will have a good idea as to where the future lies for this 2013 Cleveland Browns team.
Let’s hope by 4:30 this isn’t your parents Cleveland Browns team!!!!!
Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
With Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton having been sacked 10 times and throwing six interceptions in the last two games, Browns linebacker Paul Kruger had this to say. “Yeah, obviously we see that and we want to have the same kind of game against him,” said linebacker Paul Kruger. “But we respect him as a quarterback. He’s been a good player for a long time. So for us, it’s going to be just playing a sound game and continuing to build on what we’ve been able to do thus far.”
Browns cornerback Chris Owens on whether Andy Dalton will continue his struggling ways against the Browns or if he will be ready to put his A game out on the field. ”I think he’s going to be ready for us,” said cornerback Chris Owens. “We’ve got to have our A-game for sure. Every pro has his tough game here and there, and it’s actually pretty dangerous. He’s had a rough time. We don’t want him to come out and explode on us.”
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
— BrownsGirl19 (@BrownsGirl19) November 15, 2013
>I think it’s safe to say Brownsgirl19 speaks for all of us in this tweet. If you aren’t getting nervous about Sunday yet, you may want to check for a pulse, because this is a huge game!!!
Calling it now. The Browns will beat the Cincitucky BenGals 31-10. #GoBrowns
— O-H_Henry (@Rodhenryctown) November 16, 2013
>Let’s hope O-H_Henry is a modern day Nostradamus and this is the actual score at the end of regulation. Wow, wouldn’t Monday be a little easier to digest!!!!
— PatMcManamon (@PatMcManamon) November 15, 2013
>Very interesting article about the Browns 1946 Championship Trophy. If you get a chance check it out, it’s pretty wild where the trophy wound up.
Friday Night Lights
#1 Glenville 26 #5 Bedford 12
#5 Benedictine 52 #1 Chagrin Falls 35
Highland 17 Massillon Washington 14
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