Sunday, October 14, 2007

Browns 41, Dolphins 31
There were years, in the early expansion period, where you had to wonder if the Browns would score 41 points in a month, let alone a game.

And yet, the Browns offense has churned out two 40-point efforts in the season's first six weeks.

Five weeks after the opening day disaster, the Browns are at 3-3, 2-1 in the AFC North. The Browns offense hasn't been this energized since Bernie Kosar and Webster Slaughter donned the colors at the old stadium.

After the game, however, I received calls from friends, most of whom were bitching about the defense.

And let's be fair. As good as the offense has been through the first six weeks, the defense has been just that poor.

At times, the Browns will get strong individual efforts on defense -- Kamerion Wimbley, Antwan Peek, Leigh Bodden and even Willie McGinest have played well. But the Browns have given up 26 points or more.

But isn't it nice to be in a position where some fans are negative after a win?



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