Breakfast with Brownie


Well Good Morning Browns fans!!!

Happy Monday it is not, after the Browns let a fast start get away from them, and wound up

Nov 17, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive back Joe Haden (23) runs an interception in for touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Nov 17, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive back Joe Haden (23) runs an interception in for touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

falling to the Bengals 41-20 in Cincinnati yesterday.

After cornerback Joe Haden picked off his second pass of the game early in the first quarter and ran it back to the house to give the Browns the 13-0 lead, it seemed like the rout was on.  Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case and after a few special teams blunders, including two blocked punts and an extremely anemic offense, the Browns were on the losing end of the decision.

If the Browns want to dispose of the Steelers next Sunday and get back into the AFC North division race, they need to sure up the special teams and get much better play out quarterback Jason Campbell and running back Chris Ogbonnaya, who was responsible for 14 of the Bengals 41 points on the day.

The work week starts for all of us tomorrow and it’s no different for the Cleveland Browns.

The players need to pack their lunch pail and get to work and figure out what they need to do to get the W next Sunday against their hated rival, Pittsburgh Steelers!!!

-MR(@puckelves)

 

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Brownie Bites

Browns cornerback Joe Haden on the disappointing loss in Cincinnati yesterday.  “It sucks,” said Haden. “It’s disappointing. We felt it was our time to make something happen.”

Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski, and his thoughts on the deflating loss to the Bengals. “We were unable to overcome the second quarter,” Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said. “That’s where the game got away from us. . . . The defense played outstanding, but the second quarter got away from us. . .  I thought we did come back in the third quarter and just couldn’t come up with the plays we needed.”

Coach Rob Chudzinski was also asked what he thought about quarterback Jason Campbell’s performance yesterday.  “I’ll look at it and be able to assess it a little more,” Chudzinski said. “He had a tough day. Our protection wasn’t what it was, and we missed on a few connections.”

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

>As some of you might have seen last night on the Dawg Pound Daily site, the Browns charter had a huge scare on approach back home.  Thank God everything ended well!!

 

>Had to include this one in the Random Barks once I saw it.  I believe it was meant to be funny and positive at the same time, but either way it’s a true statement.  Get it done next week Browns!!!

 

>Kate is not far off on this tweet by any stretch of the imagination.  If the Browns had won yesterday, they certainly would have changed the way a lot of the country looks at the Browns, which as we all know is not very positive.

 

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  • Letterman007

    Mike, the Browns go nowhere until they get a franchise QB, an O line that can both pass and run block, a running back that can hit the holes with a burst, and a receiver that believes that when the ball goes up to him, that ball is his and goes and gets it. The Jimmy Smith syndrome !! The D played well and really no blame to them, anyone else should volunteer to stay after practice and start earning their large salary. You didn’t earn it yesterday !!

    • Mike

      Letterman good to see you hear on this dreary Browns Monday!!!! Such a shame the way the defense has played and played yesterday to have special teams and such an inept offense ruin it. The line has played much better since Lauvao has come back, but the run game is non existent. In that first quarter Ogbonnaya was running wild and then the run game hit a brick wall. Also with you on that 3rd down toss to Gordon. He has to go back to that ball and fight for it no doubt. Next week hop in the gameday chat so we can talk football!!!

  • Letterman007

    Mike, the thing I worry most about this team, is that it will take two years past this year to get an offense worth having, worth beating the better teams and our defense goes south by that time. They could loose Horton at the end of the year and then what?? This is the year the Browns should have spent more money on the offense as the Ravens, Steelers,and Bengals are all beatable!!!

    • Mike

      That is an absolute worry of mine as well.. Something tells me they didn’t evaluate as well as they thought they did as far as what they had on defense and didn’t realize they were a top 5 defense now, not later.