Brandon Weeden nearly beat the Ravens in Baltimore. That happened. It was a horrible game to watch and sure, Baltimore’s one-point lead felt like 50. But the Browns only lost 14-6.
Jason Campbell took some snaps in the game and… it wasn’t pretty.
That game feels like a life time ago. Josh Gordon had yet to play a down, Trent Richardson was still with the Browns and Brian Hoyer hadn’t won, and then broken, our hearts.
This game should be different. The Browns are at home, they should get at least passable (or maybe just non-hideous?) quarterback play and the Ravens will actually have to game plan for a Browns offensive weapon. This is a winnable game for the Brownies.
Hope, I haz it.
Here’s a look back on the Browns coverage from WFNY:
Rick killed it this past week, wondering which Browns team will show up on Sunday, how the Browns need to avoid penalties and he gives them his midseason report card. TD asked what would Banner do? Scott took a look at ACL injuries and what to expect from Travis Benjamin and Brian Hoyer. And Craig broke down the Browns’ loss the Chiefs and talked to Scott Raab about the loss in KC.
This is your Week 8 open thread.