When your team is trailing by four points going into the fourth quarter and thereÆs little hope of coming back, youÆre in deep...well, you know. á This has been the case for the Cleveland Browns in the first two games of the season. Most of the blame can go on the offense, but the defense is also finding it difficult to create turnovers. The defense has done its part, but the offense canÆt put together a long enough drive to give them a break. á Through two games, the Browns have scored just seven second half points, and that touchdown came in garbage time versus the Vikings. They have been outscored 44-7 by their opponents in the final two quarters, which is possibly the most disappointing aspect of ManginiÆs first two games as head coachùhis inability to make halftime adjustments. ...
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