Originally written on Waiting For Next Year  |  Last updated 11/6/14

Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers.

Ugh. Another week, another loss. Once again, the Browns had the opportunity to win a game- but it slipped through their fingers…

LOSER: Joe Haden and Dimitri Patterson. He led the team in tackles with 11. There’s a good reason for that. The Ravens picked on him constantly. Baltimore did a good job of getting him matched up on Anquan Boldin, who finished with 9 catches for 131 yards. Of course we all remember why Patterson was on the field so much in the first place.

LOSER: Josh Cribbs. What a vicious hit. Seriously hope Josh recovers from that one. Bad enough to be knocked out by a shoulder pad to the head then to have your head snap back to the ground, but then to be spiked in the face as well? Brutal. But then Travis Benjamin took Cribbs’ place on the return teams and did a really good job, averaging 23.5 yards on kickoff returns and breaking a nice 40 yard punt return.

Winner: Phil Dawson. What a stud.

Winner: Trent Richardson. Fourth game for the rookie, and he scored his fourth touchdown. Last year Josh Cribbs led the team with 5 touchdowns.

Loser: Greg Little. Could have made a bunch of people change their opinion on him. Could have.

As always, it’s your turn…

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