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Who's to blame for all the mistakes against the Ravens? Will Seneca Wallace start again on Sunday? Plain Dealer Browns beat writer Tony Grossi answered those questions and more in his weekly podcast.
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Wallace says it was his decision to call for a running play at the end of the first half instead of spiking the ball.
No decision has been made about the Browns starting quarterback for the season finale against the Steelers on Jan. 1 in Cleveland. Seneca Wallace says Colt McCoy deserves to start if healthy because McCoy started the first 13 games.
McCoy missed the last two games because of the concussion suffered Dec. 8 in Pittsburgh. Wallace started against the Cardinals and Ravens and came up...
REPORT CARD VS. RAVENSPASSING OFFENSE: C -- Seneca Wallace had a few good throws but many bad ones. He brought the Browns within six with a fourth-quarter touchdown, but he did not sustain a another drive when he had a chance to win the game. Wallace needed 33 passes to gain 147 yards, which is not a good yards-per-attempt. Wallace also threw a very bad interception at the end of...
Though it might have seemed that the major play-calling mishap that closed out the first half of the Browns' 20-14 loss to the Ravens Saturday was coach Pat Shurmur's fault, quarterback Seneca Wallace claimed the mistake was his. Cleveland had the ball at the Ravens' 5-yard line in a first-and-goal situation with 34 seconds left in the half when Wallace threw a two-yard...
Your Cleveland Browns were ultimately out-classed today. Seneca Wallace threw an interception. The Browns bungled the clock at the end of the first half worse than anything anyone could possibly imagine. Phil Taylor ended it with an inexcusable offsides penalty that Joe Flacco shouldn’t even get credit for. The Browns got beat on some big plays, but ultimately they didn’t...
Though it might have seemed that the major play-calling mishap that closed out the first half of the Browns' 20-14 loss to the Ravens Saturday was coach Pat Shurmur's fault, quarterback Seneca Wallace claimed the mistake was his.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has not been cleared to practice for the Steelers game, and Seneca Wallace is likely to start.
Despite that the Browns 24-10 loss to the Ravens in Cleveland earlier this season was a lot worse than the final score would indicate, the sharps are all over the Browns and the points this week, having bet the line down from 14 to 11, with most of the public still on the Ravens. This must have at least something to do with an undervalued (if not terribly misunderstood) difference...
Browns part-time starting quarterback Seneca Wallace walked through Cleveland's locker room carrying empty cardboard containers over his head.
Joe Flacco TD to Ed Dickson and Shayne Graham 48-yard field goal gives Ravens a 10-0 lead.
Join us for a live Browns chat today at noon with The Plain Dealer's Tony Grossi. The Browns lost to the Ravens on Sunday. Who's to blame most for that loss? Will Colt McCoy make one final start this season or will it be Seneca Wallace again on Sunday?
The Cleveland Browns have truly been their own worst enemy this season. Critical errors at crucial times have been their downfall in a number of games, and it was no different on Saturday, as the Browns blundered their way to a 20-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
This time, it was two particular plays that helped lead the Browns to a loss:
1) At the end of the first half, with less...