Five Cleveland Browns whose stocks took a hit during the heartbreaking Week 4 loss to the Oakland Raiders, slipping the Browns to 1-2-1
The Cleveland Browns almost always almost win.
The Baker Mayfield era started in Cleveland with the rookie’s first professional start, but the results were in the same. The team found a way to snatch defat from the jaws of victory.
OK, I”m going a little heavy on the doomsday tone, here.
On the flip side, the Browns scored 42 points, which is the most they’ve scored since Derek Anderson hung up 45 on the Cincinnati Bengals during Week 2 of the 2007 campaign.
There was a lot to feel good about. There was lots to feel bad about, as well.
What really makes this one hurt is that the Browns have been involved in close contests all year. If their kicker makes some kicks, Cleveland probably wins their first two games of the season. Add that to the win over the Jets, and what should’ve been a victory against Oakland, and this Browns teams could be 4-0.
Woulda, coulda, shoulda. Right.
The season’s a long way from over and the Browns have a winnable game in front of them with the Baltimore Ravens traveling to FirstEngergy Stadium in Week 5.
Hopefully these five players get their acts together, because their stock took hits during Sunday’s loss to Oakland.