Browns Are A Different Team

Browns head coach Romeo Crennel spent Monday talking how his team is different from the one that started the season.  The Browns beat Seattle, 33-30, in overtime on Sunday to raise their record to 5-and-3.  This Sunday, the Browns had to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers.  The Browns lost their season-opener at home to the Steelers, 34-7 as the offense managed just 221 yards.  The Browns offense has taken off since Derek Anderson took over at quarterback as they’ve averaged over 31 points a game.  The Steelers also collected six sacks, but Browns offensive line has allowed just one sack per game since the Pittsburgh loss.  Crenenel believes that this meeting with the Steelers will help his staff get a better evaluation of where the Browns are in their development.  The Steelers are currently riding an eight-game winning streak over the Browns and have won 20 of the last 23 meetings.

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One Response to “Browns Are A Different Team”

  1. StillaFan says:

    As a Steelers fan I can’t tell you how excited I am for this game. FINALLY, the New Browns have taken their proper place instead of the Old Browns as the biggest division rival.

    Being a Steelers fan with no Browns, or worse an inept Browns, is like being a superhero without a supervillain, or in your case being a supervillain without a superhero. It just ain’t right.

    And I know the Dawgs have suffered an eternity and really deserve better. Hear that sound? That’s the wind of change ;-)

    Something tells me that this game will be a renewal of a very old rivalry, and I cannot wait!

    Should be an awesome matchup, with Browns thinking “payback” and Steelers thinking “trap game”.

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