In almost a repeat performance of last week's loss to the Vikings, the Browns were methodically taken apart by the Denver Broncos, 27-6. In the end, the Browns were plagued by lost opportunities, and Elvis Dumervil in the form of the Tasmanian Devil. Dumervil sacked Brady Quinn four times on the day as John St. Clair did his best imitation of a Spanish matador. Despite Dumervil’s dominance, this was a game of missed chances for the Browns. As in the Minnesota game, the Browns played a respectable first half, down just 10-6. The difference in the half was that while Cleveland settled for two field goals when inside the red zone, the Broncos managed to hit paydirt. The game started with the Browns recovering a fumbled kickoff return. They proceeded to ...
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