Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The Cleveland Browns are having a disaster of a season, but at least the whole operation won’t be blown up at the end of the season. At least that’s what we are being told right now.
Sashi Brown spoke with the media yesterday to address the season, along with the future of the franchise. Him even being visible is a nice change from the past when the front office never seemed to take the fall for bad personnel decisions.
Those who are too reactionary may think the Browns are doomed forever, but if they can stick with the plan in place, things should turn around. The hope of that happening is all we really have right now.
The goal right now is to win a single game, which is incredibly frustrating as a professional football team should be able to win a few games a season. But when a team rebuilds, this is what happens. As long as the results improve next year, the team is on the right track. If we are dealing with another 0-10 start, then we can panic.
While we wait to see if the Browns can pull off an upset this Sunday, 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:
"The Cleveland Browns are getting ready for what was once the biggest game of the season as they will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday."
"With the Cleveland Browns finally having a Sunday off, fans were able to focus on the competitive slate of games across the NFL instead of dealing with the frustrations of yet another loss."
"Browns Robert Griffin wore a big grin in the locker room Monday as he talked about returning soon from his fractured left shoulder."
"Quarterback Robert Griffin III is on pace to return before the Cleveland Browns’ season ends, Sashi Brown, the team’s vice president of football operations, said Monday."
"In the Week 11 NFL power rankings, we see the Tennessee Titans make their move while the Green Bay Packers have proven they are broken."
"The bitter end to Rob Gronkowski’s game against the Seahawks got even worse Monday."