Pluto Gives His Thoughts From Baltimore

Plain Dealer writer Terry Pluto gives some thoughts from the Browns latest blowout loss in Baltimore:

1. It had absolutely nothing to do with final outcome, but why not go for the touchdown with 14:55 left in the game, Baltimore leading the Browns, 27-0? The Browns had the ball on the Ravens’ 12. It was fourth-and-goal. The Browns have one offensive TD this season. They should have let Derek Anderson throw into the end zone rather than kicking a field goal.

2. At least it was a big day for Billy Cundiff, who kicked that 29-yard field goal. He was signed to replace the injured Phil Dawson (sore right calf muscle). Cundiff went to Drake. I confess to not knowing Drake had a football team. It plays in the Pioneer League. Cundiff last kicked a field goal for 2005, when he was 5-of-8 for Dallas. Since then, he was cut by Atlanta, Kansas City and Detroit.

3. Yes, it’s that kind of day when I’m down to second-guessing a field goal when the score was 27-0. But so far, this season has been the same old sad story. The Browns can’t run the ball, averaging a mere 3.3 yards per carry. They can’t stop the run, allowing 5.4 yards per carry and 184 per game.

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2 Responses to “Pluto Gives His Thoughts From Baltimore”

  1. […] Cleveland, 34-3. I’ve been a fan of the Cleveland Browns for 49 years and this is … Pluto Gives His Thoughts From Baltimore » Browns Gab – brownsgab.com 09/27/2009 Plain Dealer writer Terry Pluto gives some thoughts from the […]

  2. jro says:

    I’m resubmiting this post from week 2 to inform the good people of Cleveland to not waste thier Sundays watching such a disaster of a football orginazation. From the days of Brian Sipe to the times of Bernie Kosar, The Browns have always and will always come up less than short every weekend for 16 weeks. They are headed to 0-16 season ladies and gentlemen. And unless the city of cleveland puts up a huge infusion of serious money into the cleveland browns franchise and are able to atrract a better coaching staff along with better football players, their will never be a Superbowl title for the Cleveland Browns and the good people of cleveland. They would probably have to auction of both the cleveland indians and Cavaliers to pony up that type of money, plus get rid of Lebron James, which will not happen no time soon. Here’s last week post.

    Week 2:

    The Cleveland Browns do not deserve loyal fans!It seems to me that the Cleveland Browns orginazation is destine to never win a Superbowl, EVER! Both their offense and defense looks worse than garbage! and it looks like they traded one incompetent head coach for another. I guess fellow Clevelander’s should start looking towards Basketball season!

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