Cleveland Browns 0 for Their Last 9 Games: How It Could Have Been Different

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Cleveland Browns 0 for Their Last 9 Games: How It Could Have Been Different
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Browns lose 24-14 to the Bills, start the season 0-3

Whether you fall on the side of tentative optimism or hardened pessimism about the Cleveland Browns' future, the first three weeks of the season have shed light on some coaching mistakes and some lingering problems general manager Tom Heckert has yet to address with this team.

Optimists will point out the fine job Heckert has done acquiring young talent through the draft.  The team currently has 18 players that see substantial time on the field, with two or fewer years of experience.  Twelve of those players are starters.

Pessimists will point out that isn't necessarily a good thing.  They do have evidence on their side to support this theory, as the team is currently sitting at 0-3.

Personally, I fall in line with the optimists.  The Browns are an 0-3 team that could easily be 3-0 had a few things in each game gone in the their favor.  But I can see where the pessimists are coming from on a few fronts. 

Despite a glimmer of a bright future ahead in Cleveland, it looks like it could be a long season this year.

The slides that follow will describe in detail, problems that have persistently kept this team towards the bottom half of the AFC North, and solutions which may have resolved them this year.

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