Cleveland Browns Preseason: The Good, Bad, and Ugly vs. Green Bay Packers

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Cleveland Browns Preseason: The Good, Bad, and Ugly vs. Green Bay Packers
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The LeBron James fiasco this offseason prompted many Cleveland fans to state that, "Cleveland always has been, and always will be, a football town."

With that being said, Saturday night officially kicked off the return of the Browns to the minds and hearts of their fans around the world, taking on the Green Bay Packers in their first 2010 preseason match-up.

Notable players who were absent from the Browns' lineup included starting cornerback Eric Wright, linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, offensive lineman Tony Pashos, and rookie running back Montario Hardesty.

Cleveland's critics have blasted them this offseason for signing a "washed-up" Jake Delhomme, drafting a "system quarterback" Colt McCoy, having no established wide receivers, a linebacker corps of "unknowns," and having a rookie secondary—so how did they match up against the Green Bay Packers?

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