Were there any passing grades from the Cleveland Browns’ epic defeat in Buffalo? The grade book is out, and the results are miserable.
The most incompetent professional sports organization in the history of the world. After Sunday’s loss to the Bills, there is really no doubt that the Cleveland Browns can be described in this way. Reaching a new low in an effortless defeat, the team has just one legitimate remaining opportunity to avoid the worst season in NFL history.
This football is unwatchable. And once again, there are few words to describe to those who may not have tuned into the game just how embarrassing it was.
The numbers do not tell the complete story. The reality is, this team performed so much more poorly than even the 33-13 score indicates.
It is hard to move forward from a game like this, but the Browns have no choice. Christmas Eve is fast approaching, so Cleveland will have one less day to prepare for their home finale against the San Diego Chargers. They don’t want to disappoint the 10,000 fans who will come out to support them.
But before the focus shifts, it is time to break down what happened in Buffalo. The grade book looks ugly, and is well deserved.
So without further ado, here are the grades for the major position groups from Sunday’s game. Only the players’ performance in this game are taken into account.