Originally written on Waiting For Next Year  |  Last updated 11/19/14
Trent Richardson had a few choice words about the way the team played today in Cleveland. He kept it respectful and said a lot of the right things, but you have to wonder if just maybe he questions the gameplan that saw him carry the ball only twice in the second half of a game. (On if he was surprised by the way this game went after the team played so well the past three weeks)- “It’s very surprising. The way we game planned for the whole week, we thought it was going to be a good outcome, but you’ve got games where some outrageous stuff happens. Today, we let ourselves down and we let the whole city of Cleveland down. Everybody, especially season ticket holders, I feel bad for them and I want to say as a man, I just want to come to them and apologize. This was the last home game. We were supposed to go out with a blast. It was a big ball game for us and we didn’t do what we were supposed to do.” [Related: Browns pounded by Cousins, Redskins in home finale]
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  • No Trent, the organization of the browns let you down by drafting you. I wish you could have went to a city that deserves your talents. cleveland is the gutter of all sports cities and it was obvious how they treated London Fletchers family, all because the Redskins beat the lowly sorry browns.
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