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3 Key Moments of the 2009 Browns Schedule from

Let the Eric Mangini era begin. The Browns will open their season at Clevland Browns Stadium against the Minnesota Vikings, a team they haven’t defeated in 20 years. The Browns hope that on opening weekend the media will be talking about the other team’s quarterback situation, and not their own.

When the Browns travel to the Mile High City in Week 2, the game will pit new coaches against each other who used to be coordinators (Josh McDaniels, OC; Mangini, DC) under Bill Belichick in New England. The Browns were also mentioned in the offseason Jay Cutler trade rumors, so the Browns’ chosen QB, whoever he may be, may want to prove that the front office made the right move in keeping him in a Browns uniform.

The Browns played in five prime-time games last season, and then finished a disappointing 4-12. Cleveland will step into the limelight just twice in ’09, taking on familiar division foes Baltimore in Week 10 on Monday Night Football and Pittsburgh on Thursday night in Week 14.

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One Response to “3 Key Moments of the 2009 Browns Schedule from”

  1. ButchGavlen says:

    Assuming a ‘good’ as in normal, draft, I see potentially an 8 & 8 season, without regard to injuries or outside stuff. Which I am fine with if we actually are starting to build the organization with foundation. I still see the best way is build the team aroound Brady, if by the time the team is decent he is not, THEN thing about replacing him. Say one to two years. I bet it would be a good team.

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