[The goal is] to win. If it’s a 100-yard game, it’s a 100-yard game. If it’s a 50-yard game, it’s a 50-yard game. As long as we are winning and as long as we are doing everything we can fundamentally to put our self in a better situation for winning the game. [...] I’m very excited about these last seven games because we can make a big difference especially when people think about the Cleveland Browns. We can write our own story off right here. It’s a big chapter right here – what we demand on this team and what we want our season to end like.
– Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson, when asked what he goals are for the rest of his rookie season. On the season, the Browns are 2-7 while Richardson has rushed for 575 yards and five touchdowns.
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