The NFL might as well just leave the Cleveland Browns off the Week One schedule. Yesterday, the Browns dropped their 10th season-opening game in 11 years to the Minnesota Vikings. Following a surprising 13-10 halftime lead, highlighted by a 67-yard punt return for a touchdown from Josh Cribbs, the Browns reformed to their 2008 ways in the second half. They allowed 25 yards on the ground to Adrian Peterson and their run defense looked as though it was turning the corner. However, due to offensive turnovers and a tiring defense, the Browns imploded and allowed Peterson to run wild to clinch a Vikings’ win. Most of these second half problems could have been avoided if head coach Eric Mangini would have named a starting quarterback in training camp and st ...
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Article written by Kim Lakner