With six games remaining in a season apparently over before it began, questions over leadership and change naturally arise. á The Cleveland Browns lost a heartbreaker to the Detroit Lions this past Sunday in the battle of 1-8 teams, 38-37. á While a breakdown of the game shows the defense lived up to its last-place ranking, head coach Eric Mangini thought that maybe the Lions cheated. á In comments to the press after the game, Mangini suggested the Lions might have faked a few injuries to slow down the Browns' no-huddle offense. á Stop for a minute and think about the various levels of arrogance, ignorance, and slimeballiness in that point of view. á First of all, blaming the Lions for cheating in a game that ended that close is a very sad thing because it means Mangini is unwilling t ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Brian DiTullio