Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Patriots 34, Browns 17
The Browns were coached well, and at times played well.

But the time for moral victories is over, and no matter what the final score was, the game was never close.

The Browns' opportunity at a competitive game ended when Derek Anderson threw an interception in the end zone to Junior Seau.

The Patriots are one of the top three teams in the league. A team can't turn the ball over four times and win against good teams. Tony Romo got away with it, but Anderson can't.

No one expected Cleveland to win, so the loss didn't sting like it usually does. Still, the Browns are in a strange position this week against the Dolphins. For the first time this season , the Browns will go into a game as a favorite, and will face some guy named Cleo Lemon at quarterback.

If the Browns can go into their bye at 3-3, I think we'll accept that. A loss will be hard to take.



At 7:41 AM , Blogger Joel said...

Zach, agreed on Miami.

I'm as shocked as anyone, but there is significant progress being shown from the Browns.

It's refreshing.

(Having said that, losing J. Lewis for a while could be devastating.)


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