Good Morning Browns Fans!!!
To say last night’s Super Bowl was strange would be a gross understatement. The Seahawks routing the Broncos was
never really seen as a possibility to most. Many expected a close game, with one team or the other pulling it off towards the end. The Seattle “Legion of Boom” defense had other ideas, shutting down Manning and company, and holding the Broncos to 8 points.
It seems that the old adage “Defense wins Super Bowls”, is still a fact in today’s new high paced passing offense NFL. The Seahawks smothered the Broncos offense, while the Seattle offense, led by quarterback Russell Wilson, moved the ball methodically, didn’t make mistakes and put together scoring drives to put the game away.
On a Browns note, Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot in a tweet last night spoke to Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who admitted he would have likely taken the Browns head coaching position.
After Dan Quinn’s Seahawks crushed the Broncos in Super Bowl 48, he admits he would’ve likely taken Browns job if… http://t.co/dl62X3zPuS
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) February 3, 2014
Either way it is all speculation and hindsight.
We should all look forward to seeing what new coach Mike Pettine can do this year, in trying to turn the Browns around and into the playoffs…
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94 days until the real Super Bowl! #Browns
— BrownsGirl19 (@BrownsGirl19) February 3, 2014
>Our friend BrownsGirl19 is right on cue with this tweet. Just 94 days until we find out who the new face of the Franchise will be..Stay Tuned Browns Fans!!!
If the Browns had waited for QUINN & he did not accept the head coaching job then all of you fools would be bashing the Browns for waiting!
— Pride in cleveland (@ClvOhFanForLife) February 3, 2014
>Totally agree with this tweet 100%. If the Browns had waited and Quinn said no, while Pettine would have taken his name out the hat and stayed with the Bills, by his own admission, the fan base would be up in arms. At this point, there is no hindsight, and we move forward with our leader and coach Mike Pettine.
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