Ravens-Browns: Why the 16-0 Final Is Not Surprising

Posted: 17th November 2009 by Brian DiTullio in NFL
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What can be said about the 2009 edition of the Cleveland Browns that hasnÆt already been said? á Head coach Eric Mangini is sticking with offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. As a result, the Browns once again failed to score any points in a 16-0 defeat. á To give credit where credit is due, the Browns did throw some new formations out there and looked like they might be able to accomplish something, but the bottom line is this team is still calling bad plays that are over before the ball is snapped. á Daboll, despite having no playmakers on offense, continues to call for screen passes on third and long. This assumes there will be a Yards After Catch component to the play. á When you have five receivers, and none of them catch balls on a regular basis, this is whatÆs commonly called ...

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