Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Monday, Oct. 17.
Even with great effort on both sides of the ball, the Cleveland Browns were unable to pick up a win Sunday afternoon in Tennessee.
Cody Kessler returned from his rib injury and had a solid game, but early drives that resulted in field goals instead of touchdowns were the difference in this one. The good news is that Kessler stayed healthy, and should remain the starter moving forward even with Josh McCown likely returning to the active roster.
It is easy to get frustrated with the lack of winning, but this team was not built to contend in 2016, or even 2017. The close losses are indicative of a young team, and may continue to happen during the final ten games of the season.
This is not to say one should be happy with the losses, but just to realize that this roster is just not that talented.
While we continue to cover the fallout from this latest loss, let’s take a look at the news surrounding the Browns and the rest of the NFL in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"Once again the Cleveland Browns made things interesting on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. And, once again, the Browns came up on the short end of the scoreboard, falling to 0-6 on the season after a 28-26 loss to Tennessee."
"The Cleveland Browns have been struggling with consistency at the quarterback position all season, but Cody Kessler seems to be the man for the job. Unfortunately, he once again failed to pick up his first NFL win, this time against the Tennessee Titans."
"The first half of today’s game versus the Tennessee Titans looked suspiciously like the Cleveland Browns of last year and the year before that and so on."
"The road to 0-16 has shortened. The Cleveland Browns fell to 0-6 today with a 28-26 loss to the Tennessee Titans."
"Amidst all of the controversy surrounding his protests, people soon forget that Colin Kaepernick led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl once upon a time."
"Two weeks ago, the NFL issued a strict reminder to its teams that they are only permitted to use official NFL footage on their social media accounts."
"Earl Thomas intercepted a pass off of Julio Jones’ fingertips, setting up Steven Hauschka’s go-ahead field goal as the Seahawks escaped with a 26-24 victory over the Atlanta Falcons."