Titans 37, Browns 13
This was a great weekend for sports. Was.
Titans 24, Browns 10
This is a “winnable” game for the Browns, but the banged up offensive line will have trouble all day. This past June and October have been so much fun sports-wise with the two other teams in town excelling. I wish it was Monday (Game 3 ALCS), ’cause Browns Sundays aren’t my FunDay.
Looking at the schedule, this week’s game stacked up as one of the few the Browns had a chance at winning. But an injury-decimated roster full of young, inexperienced players can’t handle the Titans’ strong running game and solid pass rush. The only thing to look out for is QB Kevin Hogan possibly taking some snaps, which would give the Browns six quarterbacks in six weeks. So that’s something!
Titans 24, Browns 20
I originally thought this was a game the Browns could win, but the injuries are just piling up. After last week’s blow-out loss, I think we return to Browns football and blow a game we could have, should have won.
Titans 26, Browns 20
Brownies are winless, the Las Vegas Vox is 1-4 and maybe the worst fantasy team in CBS Sports’ history, my favorite player- Tony Romo- is injured, and I’ve moved on from handicapping Pro Football in order to properly focus on the EPL. I’m officially that rare, red-blooded, heterosexual American male that has no fan or financial-investment in the NFL. Ok- heterosexual was a stretch, but you get my point.
Titans 27, Browns 13
Andrew Miller may be our quarterback by mid-November, and I am okay with that.
The Browns…as they’ve been known to do…ruin a perfect sports weekend.