The Cleveland Browns continue to look for a win in 2016 as the Cincinnati Bengals head to town in the midst of a down year.
Even though the Cleveland Browns are 0-12, it is nice to be able to watch the home team play some football today after a week off.
The Browns welcome the Cincinnati Bengals to town in the ongoing quest to pick up a win in 2016, and this may be Cleveland’s best remaining opportunity to do so.
Robert Griffin III is back at the helm after a lengthy absence due to injury. He is looking provide some sort of spark to an offense that has gotten worse as the season has gone on.
A major question when Griffin plays is if he can stay healthy, although that seems to be a question with any quarterback on the roster this year.
If he cannot make it through the game, Cody Kessler appears to be next in line given today’s inactive list.
Kessler has suffered several concussions this season, so it would be nice if he can remain on the sidelines for the rest of the season. That will be up to the play of the offensive line.
The team enters this game relatively healthy with the only notable absence not on the inactive list being Derrick Kindred, who is out for the season after breaking his ankle during the bye week.
It may just be false hope, but today’s game should be close and fun to watch throughout its entirety, due to the weather if nothing else. As always, we here at Dawg Pound Daily want to keep the conversation going during the game, so be sure to comment on this post with your opinions and analysis for all four quarters.
Remember to keep it relatively civil and once again, go Browns!