The Cleveland Browns have lost 14 of their 15 opening games since their return in 1999. Amazingly, in every year except 2004, the Browns started 0-1 and immediately gotten off on the wrong foot.
One game does not make a season, but it is hard not to be discouraged after yet another loss in the first week of the season. The Browns were a popular sleeper pick amongst the national media before the season, and while the Dolphins are not considered a bad team, many expected Cleveland to get a win Sunday.
Yet they didn’t. Just like always.
It’s not as if everything was bad Sunday. There were some pretty good takeaways from the loss. Read More…
From Daily Kent Stater, September 10, 2013