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Browns not going away yet

Brandon Weeden, Alex Mack AP

The problem with a team losing so many close games is that, eventually, those close games won’t be close anymore.

It hasn’t happened yet for the Browns, who have narrowed the gap with the Bengals to one point in the third quarter.

In the second half, a long punt return from Josh Cribbs resulted a Phil Dawson field goal, cutting the score to 14-10.  Then, an interception of Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton by Browns cornerback Joe Haden became another three-pointer, moving the score to 14-13.

Rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has settled down after an early interception, and if the Browns can hang around long enough perhaps they can end their franchise-record-tying 11-game losing streak.

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4 Responses to “Browns not going away yet”
  1. steelernationfartsinyourfaceandwinschampionships says: Oct 14, 2012 3:24 PM

    A battle for scraps at the bottom of the AFCN how cute

  2. bishopbengals says: Oct 14, 2012 4:09 PM

    Yeah a battle for scraps between the Steelers and Browns. The Browns are catching up to you.

  3. nmatello says: Oct 14, 2012 4:14 PM

    You do realise the Bengals are still a half game ahead of the Steelers don’t you. That puts the Steelers in 3rd place.

  4. hound32 says: Oct 14, 2012 4:22 PM

    How cute ?? ..just one game behind the Stoolers who are falling faster than a used condom hits the ground

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