Daily Dawg Tags: Some positives through the first six games
The Cleveland Browns are off to a winless start, but there are some positives to pick out among all the negativity seen through the first six weeks.
It is quite easy to give up on the Cleveland Browns in 2017 after the 0-6 start. But if you are brave enough to keep watching, everything isn’t all doom and gloom.
Yes, wins remains the most important thing. However, this team was never going to be good this year. That doesn’t excuse the 0-6 start, but it also doesn’t make it a total shock.
From the play of Myles Garrett in his first two games to the flashes of greatness seen from Duke Johnson and David Njoku, there are some things that have had Browns fans smiling this season. The smiles don’t last long, but they have still existed.
The problem has been the lack of competence from the quarterback position, but Hue Jackson is hoping one week of rest will result in a positive change for DeShone Kizer. One week on the sidelines isn’t a lot of time for reflection, but hopefully Jackson is right.
Predicting a Browns win in an impossible thing to do after the 0-6 start, so let’s just focus on the positives and hope for the best.
We take a look at that and more in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
Browns: 6 positives to offset the 0-6 start to the season
"The Cleveland Browns may be 0-6 on the season, but there are some positives on the team. Here are six of them, one for each loss suffered this year."
Good news on Thursday injury report for Titans game
"The Cleveland Browns released their latest injury report for the game against Tennessee and for the first time defensive end Myles Garrett is not listed."
Myles Garrett provides hope amid another trying season for Browns (ESPN)
"Myles Garrett reached a milestone of sorts this week: It’s the first time this season the first overall pick in the 2017 draft was not listed on the injury report."
Browns Film Room: What are they doing? (WFNY)
"The Cleveland Browns are 0-6 and looking worse than last season—which is saying something."
NFL looking into why Cam Newton skipped presser (FanSided)
"It’s possible the Carolina Panthers quarterback simply wants to save himself from another media gaffe, though the NFL may have something to say about that."
Steelers’ Mike Mitchell fined $48,620 for Alex Smith hit (NFL.com)
"Mike Mitchell’s aggressive behavior toward Alex Smith will cost him."