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Written by Keith Allen   
Tuesday, 14 December 2010 15:22

The Browns

This past Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills was very disappointing. Very conservative playcalling, bad run defense and just flat out a very uninspired effort by the Browns against a 2-10 team. Coach Mangini will probably have to win 2 of the last 3 games in order to save his job. My question is why is QB Jake Delhomme still playing especially with a healthy Senecca Walace who in my opinion gives the Browns right now the best chance of winning from the QB position. Also I love RB Peyton Hillis efforts but he flat out fumbles to much to for me. His first fumble inside the red zone in the 1st Qtr on a ill advised hurdle jump really changed the momentum of the game. And what in the world is offensive coordinator Brian Daboll doing with the offense? True enough Dellhomme didn't look good on Sunday but you got to challenge Buffalo's secondary with a vertical passing game to keep their defense honest cause if not teams are gonna put 8 or 9 in the box keying on Peyton Hillis. The defense bended but didn't break and if a team gives up 13 points in a game more often than not you should win. Well we will see what happens against the Bengals this Sunday.

 

The Cavs

 

Well its gonna be a long winter with this basketball team. No size no leadership and no heart really has this team reeling. It seems like 20 to 30 point losses are becoming the norm this season for this team. It seems like they are playing with no passion or enthusiasm and that really disappointing. Losers of 8 in a row and on Wednesday facing the Miami Heat winners of 9 in a row. I guess when it rains it pours yikes!!

 

Cleveland St

The undefeated Vikings will be traveling to take nationally ranked West Virginia on Saturday December 18th good luck CSU!! And also please go check out CSU basketball at the Wolstein Center give them the support they need and deserve.

 

And until next week be safe!!


Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 December 2010 11:32
 

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