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Quinn-essential game?

Jump in that Delorian and flashback to week nine of last season. The Browns had just blown a double-digit lead at home against the Ravens and to cap it off, DA threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown to seal the game for a Baltimore victory. It was at that moment when Cleveland Browns Stadium erupted in a united, thunderous roaring chant. BRA-DY! BRA-DY!

To all the fans at that game last year, your wish has been granted. Brady Quinn is for now the starter. While he did produce the Browns’ first offensive touchdown in seven games, he also made the next edition of football follies when his hand and a little thing called momentum disagreed about where the ball was going. To be fair, Quinn never had to line up opposite Adrian Peterson. After a halftime IV, AP pulled a Kanye West and took the microphone, along with a chance for a Cleveland win. At least the Browns got him out of the way.

While sum of the numbers look less appealing than lumpy milk, the season opener is just the first step in the re-building process. Upon further review, the numbers also show the Browns had a first half lead, played solid special teams, produced multiple sacks on defense and kept up with the Vikings in number of first downs. Assuming that Denver has already used up its Chris Angel-like ‘mind freak’ powers in beating the Bengals, there is a good chance that the Browns can get that big first win of the season in six days.

~Sef Gold

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