Browns Backers,ááá dropù"to let or cause to fall". The classic cliche of football being a game of inches is indeed true, and in the case of the Browns game in Pittsburgh, the controversial spot of a ball that was clearly short of a first down can be used as a microcosm as to how this season is going.á But for once, you can't say that the Steelers dominated Cleveland in its 12th straight win in this so-called "rivalry" in name only, Cleveland just simply dropped the ball.ááááá Make no mistake, the Browns played horrid in their latest loss to Pittsburgh, the defense did allow Roethlisberger to carve them up like a brown and orange turkey for his second-career 400 yard game. The Browns were outgained 543-197, and yet Cleveland was within striking distance of the Super Bowl champion ...
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