“We had about a three minute stretch there before the end of the first half that, just, you know, uh, wow, you can’t do that, you know, against a good football team. And then we battled …” — Pat Shurmur
“You’d think anyone who’s played much quarterback would know that you only get one forward pass [per play].” — Dan Dierdorf
“It stinks.” — T.J. Ward
“I appreciate where you’re going with this, but you’re getting a little redundant.” — Shurmur
Congratulations to the Cleveland Browns for equaling the worst losing streak in the franchise’s 64-year history with their eleventh loss in a row. It’s the first 0-5 start of the expansion era, and yesterday marked the first time since 1960 that an NFL team had allowed an opponent to have a 200-yard rusher and a receiver with three touchdowns in the same game.
After three off-seasons under Mike Holmgren, and three full drafts (three-plus-plus, actually), we’re now in Holmgren’s third season and Randy Lerner’s h