A 1-6 record.
Four offensive touchdowns in the first seven games.
One of the most lopsided point differentials in the NFL.
It's easy to look at Eric Mangini's Cleveland Browns and write this year off as another wasted season. The Browns have failed to generate everything from points to a pass rush, and many Cleveland faithful have given up on the team as a result.
Except for me.
Why? Because this season, in all of it's fallibility, isn't about 2009.
It's about 2010 and beyond.
If you ask Eric Mangini about the Browns' horrendous start to the season, it won't be long until you hear him mention the word, "process." Mangini has spoken of this process since the beginning of training camp, but has yet to specify exactly what that process ent ...
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