Cleveland Browns Game 15: Winners and Losers


Wow. Having watched that game, I can’t say with a straight face that there were any winners in Orange and Brown. Looks like an all-loser edition.

LOSER: Jason Campbell. Drops aside, this was a miserable game from Campbell who as a veteran should have been able to beat this Jets team. 18-39 for 178 yards and two interceptions.

LOSER: Greg Little. Pretty convinced that Greg Little was gone next year long before Sunday. Call this one the clincher.

LOSER: Ray Horton. No sacks. No pressure on Smith all game. 200+ yards rushing given up, and a second consecutive 100 yard back. (Chris Ivory? Really?) Add another 14 points to the fourth quarter points tally. Scoring drives of 79, 80, 80 and 81 yards from the 30th ranked offense in the league.

LOSER: Fans. There was absolutely nothing to be excited about in that game. No big plays made. Not even a flicker of excitement from Josh Gordon.

  • 216in614

    No. Absolutely not. Look how well it worked for Washington. If we were only a QB away maybe.

    What If there are no franchise QB’s in the top of the draft? Then we need to load up on as much talent as possible and try and move forward with Hoyer plus a lower round developmental quarterback.

    Isn’t the rule draft on talent available not on need?

  • JNeids

    It was damp and chilly afternoon, so I decided to put on my sweatshirt!

    I pulled the lever on the machine, but the Clark bar didn’t come out!

    Dear Barry. Consider this letter to be official termination of our relationship effective immediately!

    I will expect all funds in form of cashier checks no later than the 18th!!

  • Garry_Owen

    Just save me a seat on the float.

  • Lunch

    Sounds like you want Jimmy to move the team and leave the city of Cleveland without a football team for years to come. Correct?

  • BenRM

    I’m not sure how it sounds like that.

  • Lunch

    Your negative statements about the team, the coaches, and the organization makes it sound like you would favor the removal of the team altogether. That’s all.

  • Garry_Owen

    I couldn’t agree more!!??

  • dwhit110

    In football of course, because if you want to find the most over-inflated #1 pick in history you need to look no further than the fellas dribbling basketballs down the street in the Q.