Regression Is Far From Progression For The Cleveland Browns

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Oct 11, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (13) passes to tight end Rob Housler (84) against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

The play of Quarterback Josh McCown is one of the bright spots for the Cleveland Browns. Without a solid rushing game, and lack of a pure playmaking wide receiver, he’s made tight end Gary Barnidge into a weekly Fantasy Football stud, while putting up historic team numbers at the quarterback position. However, with a leaky and broken defense, his efforts haven’t led to many wins.

Welcome back to another week of Factory of Sadness own Factory Lines. In previous editions, Factory Lines worked tirelessly to present opinions, analysis, and therapy related to the week’s biggest headlines with all three Cleveland sports teams. As time has progressed, the column has grown in length and depth, so as I said from the start, Factory Lines is an ever changing and ever evolving column.

With that said, I present to you the new format of Factory Lines. Rather than take an analysis with all three teams at once, I’ll be breaking each team down in separate columns, trying to present the same content and some of the same format, but focused in on one team at a time.

So without further ado, lets see what’s come down the Factory Lines this week with the Cleveland Browns…

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