“This was just a hurting team against a healthy team.” — LaMarr Woodley
“I told our rookies, ‘You’re now 1-0 vs. the Steelers.’” — Pat Shurmur
“I’m surprised it was that close given the turnover situation.” — Mike Tomlin
“It’s killing me to watch.” — Ben Roethlisberger
If yesterday’s 20-14 win over the Steelers proved anything, it’s that win or lose, it’s impossible to watch the 2012 Cleveland Browns play 60 minutes of football without feeling at least 20 I.Q. points dumber for the effort. But still, we can all enjoy the the strange opiatic hint to this week’s dull hum because, look at the comments at the Post-Gazette sports page, and hey, lady, why don’t you have a seat?
Pat McManamon of Fox Sports Ohio says the Steelers “played lazy” and failed to “treat the Browns as if they were a real NFL team,” which might count as exceedingly reckless behavior on the part of a team starting Charlie Batch at quarterback, let alone Charlie Batch witho