BEREA -- Pat Shurmur didnt try to put a happy face in his news conference the day after an aggravating loss to the Buffalo Bills.
But its tough to say what kind of face he put on.
Whats clear is this:
Punter Reggie Hodges might get the boot, and receiver Greg Little is wearing thin on not just the fans but also the coaching staff.
Shurmur made one point clear: The Browns did not start the game against the Bills flat.
The explanation for no first downs, three three-and-outs and 0-for-3 on third down in the first quarter?
The Browns, Shurmur said, didnt execute.
So theres that.
But at this point, to paraphrase John McKay, the fans are the ones who might want to execute the offense. Literally.
Anger, frustration, dissatisfaction and disgust seems to be at an all-time high after Sundays flop. Thirteen years of losing and the sight of Bills fans celebrating in Cleveland Browns Stadium left a bitter, bitter taste. Chris Palmers runaway train seems to have ridden off a bridge and crashed ...