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Browns: Trouble in C-Town

Nate PowersCorrespondent ISeptember 7, 2008

The Browns went into the game as underdogs, and they showed why they were underdogs. 

The Boys kept the Browns in their dog house, while dominating the game on both sides of the ball.  Romo dominated the Browns secondary scorching them for 320 yards.  While running all over the Browns line. 

if the Browns are going to trade away their best corner in Leigh Bodden then they better get a good line.  The acquisitions of Williams, and Rogers didn't show today.  I know that they are injured but if the brown want to get to the playoffs for the first time in six years then they need to play football. 

They won 10 games last year due to their offense, it looks like that's how they need to do it again.  The only solution to a better defense is trading for Lito Shepard from Philadelphia.  He doesn't like it their and they don't use him. 

I was disappointed today.  Not because the Brownies lost, but by how they lost.  I am going to the game next Sunday night against Pittsburgh, and i just hope Big Ben and his hooligans in black and gold, don't dominate the Browns like the 34-7 outcome last September.


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