Daily Dawg Tags: Heading into the bye week at 0-8
The Cleveland Browns are looking for some improvement in the second half of the season after a second straight 0-8 start.
The concept of rock bottom comes up often when discussing the 2017 Cleveland Browns, yet there seems to be no limit for just how low this team can go.
The Browns are now 0-8 after a 33-16 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in London, in a game the Browns actually led at halftime. But as usual, the mistakes piled up and it became only a matter of time before the opponent pulled away.
There is now a long week off that will certainly be filled with talk of potential firings, but don’t expect anything crazy to happen. Jimmy Haslam knows what he signed up for and has to give the group in charge some time. The owner was the one who made it clear he expected the team to get better next year, and not this year.
Watching an 0-8 team is no fun so hopefully the Browns are able to come out in the second half and pick up a few wins. Even one would be nice right now, which shows the sad sate of being a Browns fan.
No one wants to already be talking about the draft but it is once again one of those years. We take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
Browns lose to the Vikings, 33-16, in London
"The Cleveland Browns gave it a go for about a half on Sunday, but ultimately came up short against the Minnesota Vikings, losing 33-16 in a game played at Twickenham Stadium in London."
3 takeaways from the loss in London
"The Cleveland Browns went to London with a record of 0-7 and return home now at 0-8. Here is what stood out from the latest loss."
Browns start 0-8 for second year in a row (ESPN)
"The Cleveland Browns led at halftime Sunday, but almost predictably, things fell apart as the game wore on."
Different continent, same result: Browns lose to Vikings, 33-16 (WFNY)
"It turns out that there is no luck to be had in the U.K. either."
Le’Veon Bell calls out ‘mimic’ Mixon: You wanna be me (NFL.com)
"A war of words is brewing in the AFC North."
Andrew Luck described as “not close” to returning (PFT)
"Ten months after shoulder surgery, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck remains a long way off from playing."