Five Cleveland Browns whose stock is up following a heartbreaking loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 6 at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Cleveland Browns hung around with the Seattle Seahawks, a team that very well could end up playing in the Super Bowl come February.
And while there was plenty of heartbreak to go around, while some stocks suffered, there were some player trending in the right direction.
Unfortunately, the Browns are team that shrinks when confronted with adversity. Cleveland’s so young, they just don’t know how to win, especially when tasked with taking down another contender.
The officiating was atrocious, but there were plenty of calls that were deserved, as the Browns are now tied with the Falcons with 57 penalties. By the way, those infractions have cost the Browns 506 yards.
Guys were dropping balls, Baker Mayfield now leads the NFL with 11 interceptions and Freddie Kitchens looks like he’s going to be a one-and-done coach.
Now that I’ve buried the 2019 Cleveland Browns, let be optimistic. The math is still there for this team to finish 9-7, which might be enough to win the division.
Cleveland trails Baltimore by two games in the standings. Thankfully, one of the Browns’ two wins came against the Ravens. If Cleveland can sweep its divisional games, then they have a shot.
Even a split against the Steelers keeps them in it because the schedule is so favorable.
Hopefully the rest of the team can join these five members of the Browns whose stock is up.