Brunch with Brownie

Good morning and early afternoon Browns Town!!!

Well it’s another game day and this time it’s the NFC North’s Chicago Bears coming to town to take on our Brownies.

Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns strong safety T.J. Ward (43) celebrates after defeating the Buffalo Bills 37-24 at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns strong safety T.J. Ward (43) celebrates after defeating the Buffalo Bills 37-24 at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Two teams coming from two very different scenario’s to say the least.  If the Bears beat the Browns’ today, they continue to share the lead in the NFC North standings and have a good chance to possibly win the division over the up and down Lions.

For the Cleveland Browns, they could find a way to win this game and put their record at 5-9, which is good enough for last place in the AFC North, or they could lose and still be in the basement, but be in a better place to set themselves up for a top three pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

It will be interesting to see how each team reacts coming out of the tunnel today. Which team will come out fighting like they have something on the line, and which team will just fight through 60 minutes hoping for a win?

We don’t have to wait very long for that answer considering game time is in two hours…

 

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Browns quarterback Jason Campbell on his time playing in Chicago.  “I put myself in a position where I had a chance to play,” said Campbell. “Jay Cutler being there at the time, he’s their franchise quarterback. The chances of playing there, outside of injury, were very, very slim. So I wanted to have the opportunity to go somewhere where I could get back on the field and see where I’m at.”

 

Browns quarterback Jason Campbell also talking about what his role was coming to Cleveland and what he was brought in to do.  “Coming here, my whole job was to help Brandon at first, help him as much as possible, and then if the opportunity presented itself for me to play, then I would play and do the best that I could,” said Campbell. “Can I say it all worked out? I didn’t plan it any way. Things just happened.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

 

>Here you have the other side of the coin..A true diehard fan that draft pick or not, wants his team to just win!!!

 

 

>It’s tweets like this that just break your heart and wish for a turnaround so bad!!! Even at 4-9 Jeremy is fired up to get up and root his Browns to victory.  No better loyal fans anywhere in the country, that’s for sure!!

 

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