BEREA -- Trying to make sense of the Cleveland Browns is much like trying to explain the attraction of Dancing With the Stars.
Some things simply do not make sense.
With the Browns, the bottom line coming off Sundays embarrassing loss to the Ravens is this reality: Baltimore is a team that has been built for years to a style, system and approach. The Browns keep re-creating their style, system and approach.
Baltimore should be better.
Baltimore is better.
And, again, Josh Cribbs is right there is a big gap between the top teams in the AFC North and the Browns. A big gap. That the Browns are (again) trying to close the gap does not mean the gap does not exist. It does.
The Browns reward? A Thursday night trip to Pittsburgh, where further humiliation is not merely possible, but likely.
Because Pittsburgh, like Baltimore, is a team built for years to a style, system and approach -- and the Steelers are playing for first place in the AFC North.
Pittsburgh is better than the Bro...