Just when it seemed the Cleveland Browns’ season could not get any worse, the Jacksonville Jaguars came along. After losing to what many considered to be the worst team in the NFL at home, the Browns are left with more questions than answers and more regrets than memories.
The 2013 season looked as though it could be step in the right direction for the downtrodden franchise, but now, the Browns find themselves in a familiar spot. They are dead-last in the AFC North and playing some of the worst football in the NFL.
Apathy is beginning to set in among the fan base, and it is a sad state of affairs in the city of Cleveland.
The big picture can often be hard to see when you are in the midst of losing. The problem, however, is that the big picture is much less in focus this week than it was before Week 11. At that point, the team was in position to potentially make the playoffs and had an elite defense. Now, they are playing for pride and giving up 32 points to the Jaguars.
As tough as it was to watch, many in Cleveland still did. Here are some takeaways from the Browns 32-28 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday.