Cleveland Browns Victory Highlighted by Two Ejections, One Bad QB Outing

Posted: 28th December 2009 by Brian DiTullio in NFL
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ThereÆs nothing like three victories in a row to soften the reality that the Browns quarterback situation still isnÆt getting any better. á With Brady Quinn out for the year, Derek Anderson stepped in to lead the team to a 23-9 victory. It wasnÆt always pretty; the game seemed to take about 12 hours to complete...but a win is a win is a win. á While entertaining, the constant unsportsmanlike conduct penalties, especially toward the end of the second quarter, slowed the game to a crawl. The only real disappointment is that the two Raider ejections werenÆt handled with more theatrics. á The Browns offense was uneven at best, and for some reason Jerome Harrison disappeared for almost a quarter, but he still had 39 carries for 148 yards and one touchdown. á The best thing offensive coo ...

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