Morning Browns Fans!!!
Well a few weeks ago there was so much hope in Browns Town, and we were all hoping we would still be in contention
come the last weekend in November. Unfortunately, we were wrong.
After a promising win against the Ravens, we headed into the bye week excited to play the Bengals the following week, which a win would have put the Browns on the fast track to the division lead. Instead, they lost in Cincinnati, and then followed that performance with an ugly loss to the Steelers last week at home.
Tomorrow, the Browns host the 2-9 Jacksonville Jaguars.
A few weeks ago, we looked at the schedule, marked this one on the calendar, and had it down as a definite win on the march to take over the division and lose the “little brother” stigma.
Again, this is not how it would play out, and the Jaguars come to town, probably playing their best football of the year, so it’s no guarantee the Browns will walk away with the W.
Let’s hope next year at this time, we will be talking about the run to the playoffs and not the run to the 2015 NFL Draft.
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Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner reacting to the fine handed down by the NFL to Steelers defensive back William Gay that knocked quarterback Jason Campbell out of the game. “I thought he got hit in the facemask right from the beginning, and then obviously you see the replay and it’s really easy to see from all the angles except the one that the referee had – he’s standing behind,” said Turner. “You’d just like someone to come in and help him make that call. The way it’s being emphasized by the league, it should never be missed. And the ones that they’ve made mistakes on is where they’ve gone too far. so this one obviously they didn’t go far enough.”
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton making it clear to his defensive players that he doesn’t want any of them criticizing the offense. “These guys are paid professionals and they all have their opinions, but I’m more of a man-in-the-mirror type guy, make sure my house is clean before I say something about somebody else,” said Horton. “I know T.J. is having, in some people’s eyes, a good year, but until you can play that kind of perfect All-Star, All-Pro year, just take care of your own self because it is hard enough in this league for me, I know, to call a game, let alone say how good I am.
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
The Browns gave all season ticket holders this free scarf for the winter games. I’ll use it to cover my eyes Sunday. pic.twitter.com/L5U2p9J6wW
— NOTSCCleveland (@NOTSCCleveland) November 29, 2013
>Saw this and had to add it to the Random Barks segment of Breakfast with Brownie. I believe it speaks for itself.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 28, 2013
>Hard to argue with this tweet. For as much as the Browns fans have had to put up with since coming back into the league, they still show up every Sunday and root for their team. Here’s to hoping next year will be the year they get back to the playoffs!!
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