Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns Fans!!!

Hope you all had a very happy and safe Christmas with family and friends!!!

Dec 15, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Edwin Baker (27) runs past Chicago Bears outside linebacker James Anderson (50) during the third quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 15, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Edwin Baker (27) runs past Chicago Bears outside linebacker James Anderson (50) during the third quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Your Cleveland Browns take on the Steelers on Sunday in Pittsburgh with a ton on the line for both teams.  For the Steelers, a win would keep them alive in the hunt for the playoffs.  If the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens and San Diego Chargers lose on Sunday, then Pittsburgh would travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals for the third time this season in the wild card game.

For the Browns, a win would surely be sweet, ending the Steelers playoff hopes and keeping them from postseason play.  On the other hand, a win would assure the Browns of losing one or two spots in the coveted 2014 NFL draft.  At this point in the season, it really doesn’t matter if the Browns finish 4-12 or 5-11.  Either way, both records are horrible and all that should matter is securing one of the top five picks in the draft to snag one of the elite quarterback’s in the draft.

Guess we shall see if pride outweighs logic!!

 

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Browns coach Rob Chudzinski on the lift running back Edwin Baker has given the Browns running game.  “I thought this past week he played real well,” coach Rob Chudzinski said. “He’s given us a lift in the run game. He runs hard, he’s decisive. He’s been able to make some tough yards and run through some contact. So, he has been productive for us. I think it’s shown that our running game has improved.”

 

Browns safety T.J. Ward knowing this could possibly be his last game as a Cleveland Brown.  “You can’t block that out,” Ward said Tuesday. “I spent four years here and I’ve given a lot to this team and this city and they’ve given a lot to me, so you can’t completely block it out, but I try to  stay focused on the task and one week at a time and finish it off right.”

“I definitely want to be back,” he said. “I like my team. I love my teammates. I love being in this city. I love the organization. We haven’t had many wins, but I think we’re building something here, and I think it’s being built the right way. When you start something, I’m a person that wants to finish things and I want to finish things on a winning note. I want to play in the playoffs here, I want to bring this city a championship. I’ve been doing everything in my power to help this team win so I definitely want to see that through.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

 

>Hope everyone had a great holiday!!!!

 

 

>Couldn’t resist posting this tweet.. Priceless!!!

 

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