Found October 16, 2011 on Dawg Pound Daily:
The Cleveland Browns have had a rough couple of weeks. Running back Peyton Hillis did himself no favors by continuing to address his contract situation and the game he missed against the Miami Dolphins. Up-and-coming star cornerback Joe Haden sprained his left knee against the Tennessee Titans and is out for today’s game against the Oakland Raiders. Everyone – the fans and media – are wondering howThat being said, the Browns were given a chance to hit the restart button, thanks to the bye week. The team is 2-2, but there was a sense that head coach Pat Shurmur was dealing with far more criticism than he should have only four games into his rookie season at the helm. He has already made it known that he plans on using Hillis as much as possible, which was the right move. He needed to put a plug on the Montario Hardesty-Peyton Hillis debate, and he has seemingly done just that.The Browns will also need to find a way to finally get a quality win. As of right now, the Browns’ only wins ...
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