Five players whose stock is down following the Cleveland Browns humiliating loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football.
The Cleveland Browns humiliated themselves and their fan base in a 31-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football.
The Dawg Pound has seen a lot of garbage over the past 20 years. Losses? There have been plenty. Yet, we always bounce back in time for next week’s game.
But the debacle that played out before a national television audience? Humiliating.
In defeat, the Browns fell to 2-3 and fell out of first place.
The Browns got punched in the face on the first play from scrimmage and wandered though the rest of the game with watery eyes and and equilibrium on tilt.
This loss was a total team effort. EVERYBODY has to stink to lose 31-3 in the NFL. It’s a hard thing to do, yet the Browns have suffered two decable-level losses in their first five games of the season.
Things don’t get easier in Week 6, as Russel Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks look to make sure FirstEnergy Stadium remains a Factory of Sadness.
And because this is the Factory of Sadness, the factory lines are always willing to go into overtime to find the players who were particularly bad. These five players saw their stocks go down.