Originally written on Waiting For Next Year  |  Last updated 11/20/14
The Browns won yesterday beating the Ravens 24-18, so Greg Little’s two personal fouls are much easier to take. Now some visual evidence makes at least one of the penalties a little bit more understandable. It sure appears like Greg Little is being choked by some Ravens player’s hands in the pile. This was the incident where Little was penalized for grabbing a helmet. (Click for larger version) So while Joe Haden was right that this isn’t the same old Ravens, it appears he was also wrong. It is the same old Ravens in terms of attitude, toughness and willingness to provoke opposing teams and be largely intimidating. At least the Browns and Greg Little didn’t shrivel. (Thanks to @MarkSkog for sending the original pic) [Related: Cleveland Browns Week Nine: Winners and Losers]
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2 Comments:
  • Greg " I Catch " Little will win as many games as he blows .He was magnificent against the Ravens but he'll regularly drop the ball and cause losses too.

    Good blocker though and a magnificent citizen who never causes problems.
  • Stone hands should know better. He had 2 personal fouls because he is undisciplned and selfish. He responded the first time so the Ravens said why not try for another and he bit again? He did play well. He does return punts better than Bess, but when everything is on the line he will always think of Greg first and blow it.
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