As the Cleveland Browns prepare for this Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, they may be happy to finally be in the win column, but is there really anything to be happy about last Sunday's win versus the Buffalo Bills? So the Browns were able to run the ball for two consecutive weeks in a row (both Jerome Harrison and Jamal Lewis have run for over 100 yards), but the offense in general just doesn't seem to be clicking on all cylinders. So the Browns proved that they can beat the Bills twice over a seven month span, but they have yet to beat any other NFL team in the regular season during that span. Also, the Browns have still only scored three offensive touchdowns in that seven month span, too. The signs all point to an offense that is in serious trouble. Usually, when a team c ...
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