Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers.
There won’t be many winners from this week unfortunately for Browns players and fans alike. Let’s get to it….
LOSER: Cleveland. Despite flashes of possible good things to come, the city’s flagship sports team will once again have a losing season. The Browns have played sub-500 ball for nine of the last 10 seasons, and 13 of the last 15. One more loss and they will have five straight years of double-digit losses.
LOSER: Cribbs and Dawson. In what was
possibly probably the pair’s last game in Cleveland as members of the Browns, there was no moment in which the fans were able to really express appreciation. The defense was introduced pregame, even though the special teams has been introduced several times this season. And certainly there was no play on the field that allowed them to be hailed.
Loser: Brandon Weeden. That was an ugly, ugly performance. If not for that stink-fest at the beginning of the season against the Eagles, this would have been Weeden’s worst performance. And I’m not talking about incompletions or yards or even interceptions. Batted passes, staring receivers down and missing open ones. These are mistakes you would hope your rookie starter would be making less of in Week 14.
That’s enough for me. I’m sure you have several. Anyone got a winner from yesterday?