December 20, 2008 2:10pm CST
Well it's been 10 seasons and this team sucks, with all the talent the team has you would think that they could at least have a 8-8 season but not the brownies. So what is the problem? Is it coaching, management or ownership that keeps this team in the losers circle? Over the past 10 seasons the team has played some good games just look at the Monday night game against the Giants ealier this season they played almost flawles football, although the Giants had a off night the Browns still played a great game, for the first time since I've been watching them play they did not punt even once. The only players with heart is Cribbs and Rodgers, they both should go to the probowl. As far as quarterbacks go Anderson is a good kid he just needs the right coaching and Quinn could be a great player someday but he too needs a real coach. As far as Lewis and the other running backs they were not used right. Don't let me start with the defence, dud. I don't know why the Browns orginization does not know how to pick a coach every coach we've had over the past 10 seasons was unproven and unexperienced. We the Browns fans suffer the most because we sell out or stadium to watch a team mismanage the clock, drop passes, and make so many mistakes and penalties. Where is the discipline on the team? Where is the desire to win? And where is the emotion on the field, left in the locker room? What do you all think about the Browns first 10 seasons back?
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• United States
30 Dec 08
They've lot a lot to be desired. They just fired Romeo Crennel and got rid of Phil Savage. Who are they going to get on that one. I really have no idea but hopefully someone with experience. As far as a head coach goes, somebody who can easily command respect out of players. I think the reason is probably all three at the same time though Lerner is going to need to pull something off to help this even further getting the right people. Quinn is going in as the starter next season and should be interesting on how that develops. I hope he does well and for some reason I'd keep Anderson. If no other reason, I don't really think that having Dorsey as the 2nd string guy because he just looked lost out there. Unless they can find a really good back-up in case Quinn either performs poorly (hope that doesn't happen) or is injured, they may need to keep Derek Anderson. I don't really think of them as the same Browns as the past as this is a different team with a different beginning. I would like to see them actually make the playoffs and do something positive, would that be too much to ask?
• United States
20 Dec 08
I had high hopes for them but always seem to lose it at the end.I have family there and one from out of state that has driven to watch them play,why I don't know!It seems to me I don't see how anyone can truly stay a die hard fan for the Browns....I do feel bad for the fans,does the team really appreciate them?