May 9, 2014; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns first round draft picks Justin Gilbert (Oklahoma State) and Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) are introduced to the media with head coach Mike Pettine (left) and general Manager Ray Farmer (left) at the Cleveland Browns Headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports
Organization Is Scrambled
The Bengals are a great team and it will take every ounce of focus from the Browns for them to have a significant chance to beat the Bengals. It is unlikely for that to occur, which is exactly why that will not happen.
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You already know this by now but the Browns are a mess. They are likely thinking about anything and everything else other than what they are going to do on Sunday.
Thoughts could include the upcoming draft which will be here after this offseason, what will happen with Manziel, and where are they going to go on vacation to after the season ends.
It is really tough for an organization that is broken up like the Browns to come together and play a solid game against a team that is fighting for a division title and possibly even a Super Bowl title later down the line; especially after a loss like the one they took on Monday night.
Right now the Browns and Bengals are on two different levels. It is very hard to believe that the Browns will suddenly rise up and play to the level of the Bengals when they are so scrambled on where their thoughts are at.