Baby Steps For The Cleveland Browns Against The Bengals

Posted: 4th October 2009 by Steve Tater in NFL
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There are no such things as ômoral victoriesö in the NFLàbut the Cleveland Browns finally played competitively and have something to build on. á Carson Palmer, and the rest of the Cincinnati Bengals, put together a long opening touchdown drive to open the game and at theáend of regulation. Those two drives, and a fumble by Jerome Harrison that was returned for a touchdown, ultimately did the Browns in. á However, in the spaces inábetween, the Browns coaching staff, offensive unit, defensive unit, and special teams were all worthy of at least a pat on the back for their play. á á Special Teams á I do not think it's necessary to tell Browns' fans that Joshua Cribbs is just a special player. There may have been faster return men in the NFL over the years, but there have been none th ...

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