On Sunday the Cleveland Browns went back to being the same old Cleveland Browns. With their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, they find themselves in a very familiar position: last place in the AFC North.
It was just two short weeks ago that the playoffs were a real conversation, and things seemed to have turned a corner. Then they played the Cincinnati Bengals and Steelers.
After back-to-back embarrassing disappointments and now quarterback Jason Campbell having a concussion, via Nate Ulrich of The Akron-Beacon Journal, it seems that all hope may be lost for the 2013 season.
The Browns managed to remain relevant through 12 weeks of the NFL season, but like the warm weather in Cleveland, it is their time to gracefully bow out.
Before we read the Browns’ eulogy, let’s take a look back at their 27-11 loss to the Steelers.