Playoff-Bound Browns?

Is Colt McCoy The Long-Term Solution At QB?

I still am waiting to wake up from this amazing dream I am having right now, the Browns pounded the Patriots on Sunday at the stadium. It was a lot of fun down by the lakefront and that is what being a Browns fan is all about. The Browns played a very good football team yesterday at the stadium and beat them pretty soundly. Peyton Hillis continues to punishes defenses, wearing them down late in games.

Colt McCoy played exceptionally well making some nice plays in his third start at quarterback for the Brown and Orange. Colt really showed something yesterday and continues to look like the quarterback of the future. The quarterback  made some excellent decisions in the game. He just didn’t manage the game but he  made  some plays happen and wasn’t afraid to take some chances. I loved the play were Colt and Robiskie connected. It started off looking like it could be disastrous and ended up being a very good play for the offense. There was even a “Mo Mass” sighting.

I am pleased with how the Browns made the Patriots ground game nonexistent and really contained Tom Brady. The defense is defiently on the right track and I really hope nobody gives Rob Ryan a head coaching job next year. I know that is selfish but he has these guys playing really hard for him and has been able to help put together some very good game-plans this year.

This is a football team, something we haven’t had here since the team has been back in ’99. They are really starting to click and that could be a very scary thing for the rest of the NFL. We are the most physical we have been since the team has returned.  Against the Patriots, was how Cleveland Browns football is played and I love it.

I have been smiling since Sunday and really think if we can get the Jets this Sunday we have a shot at the playoffs. We dug ourselves in a pretty big hole this year and getting to the playoffs will be tough but at least we know we are heading in the right direction and the playoffs aren’t to far away.


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