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Boxing Lessons Applied

After getting pounded for ten rounds against the defending Champion, Cris Arreola’s team decided to throw in the towel and stop the fight. It is to bad this maneuver is reserved only for boxing. After seeing each of our quarterbacks take a beating (both literally and figuratively), one can only hope the current 2009 version of the Cleveland Browns offense doesn’t get back in the ring.

            Maybe this can be seen as a positive that things cannot get any worse. The Browns are like a lowered car going over a speed bump; they bottomed out. As far as the quarterback situation is concerned, Brett “Theo” Ratliff and Kent-State legend Josh Cribbs actually seem like viable options at this point in time. In addition, rumors are spreading like wildfire that Eric Mangini has lost the locker room faster than Usain Bolt can cross the finish line. If there was a light at the end of the tunnel, maybe someone flipped the switch.

Nine games with out a meaningful touchdown is a quite impressive streak. Now that the Detroit Lions have a positive number in the left column, the door is open for the Browns to be the next team to go down in history for all the wrong reasons. At least the Lions, in their record-setting season, found the end zone in every game. If the Browns offense continues their current ways, they will manage to outshine last year’s Lions and make their mark in Canton as officially the worst team ever. There are still 13 games to go. One meaningful offensive touchdown and a close game are certainly not too much to ask for.

~Sef Gold

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