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Browns Drive for .500: “To even entertain the thought of this team finishing at .500 or better is more than enough to consider the 2010 season a success. It will make a Browns fan’s head explode to think about the close games the Browns lost this season, but making these final four games count will allow us to still consider this season a success. To finish at 8-8 or even 9-7 would provide plenty of momentum heading into the off-season, and should do more than enough to silence the rumblings about Eric Mangini’s job security. The Browns are about to embark on a quest that begins in Buffalo this Sunday. It’s a quest that can finally help this team transcend into respectability. The path won’t be easy, but a .500 season sets this team up for what could be a memorable 2011.” [Steve DiMatteo/DawgPoundDaily/NFL Blog Blitz]