Someone with more reason than a Browns fan to be optimistic might tell you that you learn something new every day. In the aftermath of the disaster that was the Buffalo game, I've desperately tried to take something positive from the rubble - some ray of hope or lesson learned, however small.
Alas, it seems all one can get from the loss to the Bills is confirmation that the Browns have a nasty habit of dropping games to opponents they should soundly defeat. Not something that bodes well going into a game against Cincinnati, another team that the Browns should, at least in theory, have no trouble beating.
So with nothing positive to take out of the loss in Buffalo, it seems a good time to reflect on what we've learned this season on a large scale, and examine the following issues which Mike Holmgren and company ought to examine in an effort to begin devising a strategy for what needs to change going forward in order to help the Browns improve for the rest of the season and beyond.