After accumulating a combined 0-6 record, with their quarterbacks amassing three combined passing touchdowns and 13 interceptions, the Cleveland Browns and Carolina Panthers find themselves in similar holes: at the bottom of their divisions. Behind the poor play of Brady Quinn in Cleveland and Jake Delhomme in Carolina, neither team has gotten much going on offense. The Browns have only scored two touchdowns all year, and one wasn't an offensive score: Josh Cribbs scored on a punt return in Week One. The Panthers have done slightly better, scoring four TDs, two on the legs of star running back DeAngelo Williams. Both teams have had plenty of kicking success, with Cleveland's Phil Dawson 4-for-4 in field goals and Carolina's John Kasay 3-for-3, but teams don't win games on strong kicking al ...
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