Found November 18, 2012 on Cleveland Sports Torture:
Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys (Week 11) November 18, 2012 Brian  Browns 23 Cowboys 13  The Cowboys are a team with vastly overrated talent and a terrible coach. The Browns...well, at least the talent isn't overrated. I'm gonna stay with my orange-colored glasses and think the Browns' rookies put one together. Tom  Cowboys 24 Browns 17 For the first half Cowboys Stadium intimidates the Browns and the Cowboys jump out to an early lead. To little to late in this soon to be lame duck season. Doug  Cowboys 27 Browns 14 The bye week has ended with drama around Berea, as Josh Cribbs voiced frustration with his role. This back-biting is a sign of a coaching staff in trouble. Things could get ugly in Big D this week. SamVox Cowboys 31 Browns 17 Still reeling this morning from Cleveland's dismal effort ...
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