Browns: Two Games, Two Bad Halves, And a Season Defined?

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Nov 1, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (13) signs autographs before the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Arizona Cardinals at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Closing Down The Factory

The NFL season is halfway over for 2015, and for Cleveland Browns fans we are sitting in an all too familiar position. It’s going to be another losing season, and another offseason of potential upheaval.

The jobs of Farmer and Pettine are in the cross hairs, along with the careers of troubled former first round picks like Manziel, Gilbert, and Shelton.

Where the Browns go with the rest of the 2015 season will define the story for all involved.

Had the Browns won in Cincinnati and beat Arizona, I might have been writing a different story here. Unfortunately, it took two terrible second half efforts to doom the season and now it is up to the Browns to figure out what’s next.

Do they stick to the status quo, going with the veterans over developing their young talent?

Next: Should A Matthew Stafford Trade Happen?

That’s the question that lies before this team going into Pittsburgh and into their Week 11 bye.We’ll keep you in the loop as the Factory Lines for the Browns continue to turn.

What do you, the fans think?