Breakfast with Brownie
Good Morning Browns Fans!!!
Well another horrible loss to an extremely bad Jacksonville Jaguars team yesterday at First Energy Stadium. The
Dec 1, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) makes a catch over Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Dwayne Gratz (27) during the first quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
only saving grace, and I’m not fond of “tanking”, but this loss does put them back in the hunt for the number one pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Besides dropping this one to the now 3-9 Jaguars, we got to once again see the ugly quarterback play of Brandon Weeden. If the flip wasn’t enough to leave us talking about for years after he is gone, Weeden outdid himself yesterday. We now also have the kick to add to his legend.
After a high snap from center Alex Mack sailed over Weeden’s head and into the end zone, Weeden did the impossible if you’re a Browns fan. Instead of looking to see if anyone was near so he could pick up the ball and try to get rid of it, he just wound up and punted the ball out of the end zone. After witnessing the flip a few weeks back, this was just over the top comical.
The lone bright spot was wide receiver Josh Gordon once again going off and showing the Browns brass why it was a wise move that they didn’t trade him at the trade deadline. Gordon became the first receiver in NFL history with consecutive 200-yard games. In the past two weeks, Gordon has 498 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Well only in Browns Town can you have your number one receiver put up those kind of numbers and lose both games.
How many month until the 2014 draft?
-MR(@puckelves) Instagram: Elves73
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Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny on the talents of wide receiver Josh Gordon. “He’s big, strong and he can run,” said Jaguars’ linebacker Paul Posluszny. “There aren’t too many guys like him that have his skill set and play like him. He is an unbelievable receiver.”
Browns cornerback Joe Haden on the frustration of losing week in and week out. “We (bleeping) can’t stand losing, it hurts,” said Haden, who also had a second-quarter interception. “I go out there and put my (bleeping) heart out there every time. Every time. And we end up coming up short. It was my fault on the touchdown. He ran a good route, a good play, good offense. Don’t take anything from our D, we’re out there every time grinding, fighting. This (stuff) hurts.”
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
>Even Bernie has no words on that horrible loss to the Jaguars at home. Things have to change eventually right??
>My two favorite Browns…Gordon and Brownie, even though Brownie Elf looks like he is gonna try and chase down Gordon and eat him. I’ll admit this is a little creepy lol
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