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Mt. Everest Cannot Be Climbed in a Day

The first step toward any goal is often the hardest and is painful. Making big changes may not initially produce the desired results. Today, the Cleveland Browns took the first step in climbing Mt. Winning Franchise. While an overtime loss with two costly turnovers might not paint the picture that a bright future is imminent, these Browns played solid football for five quarters.

            To quote the Black Eyed Peas, “lets get it started,” with an offense that looked as revitalized as the new Chevy Camaro. They finally broke the nine game touchdown drought. (Note: A late touchdown against the Vikings second string when the game was decided does not truly count) This offense included a rookie receiver who introduced himself to the NFL by leading the league in receiving yards for the week. Add another great all-around special teams performance and a defense lead by Brodney Poole that kept the Browns in the game all day long. All one can hope is that anyone who said the players quit on their coach did not themselves quit on their day job.

            In the end, this game will go down as a loss that takes the Browns to 0-4. While they may not have gotten that big first win, the Cleveland Browns are starting to show some Joe Frazier character in being a tough, gritty team. Like the former heavyweight champ they will go hard the entire time and not get beat easily. With Buffalo next on the schedule, the second step in the rebuilding process will hopefully produce a number in the left column.

~Sef Gold

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