Browns-Bills Ready to Square Off in Buffalo Tonight

If the Browns want to once again put the issues that have surrounded them the whole season behind them, it had better start tonight on the road in Buffalo.  The teams 27th ranked offense has to rely on the run to get the job done, as from all indications, the weather is not going to be very good for trying to sling the ball all over the field.

This is the type of night for Jamal Lewis to show exactly what he’s made of.  The team needs a good night from the O-line, but at the same time, Lewis, along with Jerome Harrison and Jason Wright had better have those long spikes on to keep their footing if the snow is falling in Western New York.

As for the defense, they also could have the advantage as it seems this game is not going to fall on the shoulders of the secondary.  The team should be able to hold Trent Edwards and the 24th ranked Bills offense in check.  They had better.  The last two weeks they have blown leads, and tonight, if they get the lead, they had better not blow it.

In the end, the Browns are going to win this game.  They have had another tough week to live through, and it seems like when they have that, they play their best.  Look for the Browns to walk out of Buffalo with a win – 17-13.

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2 Responses to “Browns-Bills Ready to Square Off in Buffalo Tonight”

  1. ryan says:

    17 fucking sucks that stupid michigan dickhead

  2. lafflin says:

    Oh my God! I’m not a browns fan, I’m all Jets. But I am a football fan and I am offended at how terrible the Cleveland receivers are. It’s not a lack of talent, it’s a lack of want, it’s their losers attitudes. I can’t count all the times tonight I have seen them give up on their routes early, then there’s the drops and the he probably won’t throw it to me route running. Some of Quinn’s throws tonight that look terrible were actually really good throws that the receivers didn’t try for. Quinn has actually played very good tonight, but I feel bad for him that he’s playing with a receiver corp that is a bunch of absolute losers. Quinn is a bright spot in a very dark ass that is Cleveland. I actually like Cleveland kinda it’s ashamed they’re so bad.

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