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, Nov. 28.
The Cleveland Browns will enter December without a win. So much for holiday cheer.
12 losses in a season is nothing new to Browns fans, but all 12 coming before a win is something new. It has all but destroyed any optimism surrounding this team and what the future holds. Don’t worry, the NFL Draft usually helps restore some of the fun of being a Browns fan.
Next Sunday is the Browns’ bye week, which means fans can find something fun to do instead of watching a losing football team. It will feel weird, but it will be great.
The bye should help restore some sense of excitement for the Week 14 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are currently struggling with a record of 3-7-1. It would be foolish to say the Browns will win this game, but there is a chance. There’s always a chance.
But while we continue to process the 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:
"The Cleveland Browns have possessed the ability to surprise people for years now. Such was the case on Sunday against the New York Giants."
"Did anyone actually think the Cleveland Browns would enter the bye week with a record of 1-11?"
"Hue Jackson tapped his right hand on the side of the podium as he tried to find a way to describe being 0-12 in his first season as the Cleveland Browns coach."
"Another week, another loss. Is there an echo in here, or is it just me? The Cleveland Browns fell to the New York Giants on Sunday, 24-13, as the hosts hung around for three quarters before the visitors ruined the fun in the fourth."
"In terms of things that are unsightly to watch, seeing a quarterback with a mangled finger is up high on the list."
"Tom Brady has won a lot of football games since replacing Drew Bledsoe way back in 2001."
"The current scoreboard regarding reports that Washington will use the franchise tag on quarterback Kirk Cousins in 2017 is 2-1, with Adam Schefter of ESPN recently joining Jason La Canfora of CBS in claiming that the team is likely to apply the tag if a long-term deal isn’t reached and Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com reporting that the team is unlikely to use the tag."