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The frustration is alive and well. I would call it paramount, but this football team we root for each and every Sunday between August and early January continues to surprise us all when it comes to ways in which a team finds itself on the losing side of the outcome ledger. And with the continually evolving mediums that allow fans to voice their various levels of displeasure, the team is able to hear it. Very loud and very clear.
Following Sunday’s contest, Browns return man and wide receiver Josh Cribbs was as frustrated as anyone. Emotionally fresh off of the defeat, he called the one-point loss “embarrassing,” questioning why the fans continue to come out each and every Sunday to support a product that continues to reach new lows. “We try to win for our fans,” he said. ”It’s hard for us to even ask [Cleveland fans] to root for us even though they do anyway. I respect them a hell of a lot more now.”
Conversely, the vocal minority of anonymously named Twitter users opted to take t...
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CLEVELAND - Browns coach Pat Shurmur thought Phil Dawson would make an easy 22-yard field goal late in the fourth...
Former Browns safeties Clarence Scott and Thom Darden served as honorary captains for the Browns vs. Rams game on Sunday. Watch an interview with Dennis Manoloff.
Pat Shurmur reached into his bag of his tricks in an attempt to liven up a dormant offense.
The Rams lost two more players for the season, safety Al
Harris and tight end Michael
Hoomanawanui, both because of knee injuries suffered in
Sunday's 13-12 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
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When the biggest play maker the Cleveland Browns have, Josh Cribbs did his post game press conference today the word he continually used was embarrassed. Cribbs realy has nothing to be embarrassed about. So what he fumbled a punt to give the Rams what would turn out to be the winning field goal. I have been saying all year Cribbs can’t get the wins by himself.
The sure handed...