The Cleveland Browns won ugly in Week 11. That said, you can bet some saw their stocks go down, because this game shouldn’t have been so close.
The Cleveland Browns won ugly against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10, but a win is a win is a win.
That said, in a season that’s birthed more disappointment that celebrations, you can’t help but worry about the immediate future of this team. The mistakes run rampant: Too many mistakes, missed blocks, questionable play calling, a severe lack of discipline.
In a way, the Browns third win of the season kind of felt like the first against the Jets. Cleveland should’ve waxed the Bills by 30. Instead, we all sat on edge, eeking out a three-point victory.
The victory keeps the Browns’ playoff hopes on life support, but I remain pessimistic. A Kitchens coached team is too mistake prone, and the Browns aren’t going to be able to lift up their coach each and every week he makes an error.
As hard as it is to admit, there will be more losses and Kitchens job will come into question until final judgement is passed on his work with the 2019 Cleveland Browns.
A win beats losing, though, because we’ve seen plenty of that the past two decades. So while there was some good and these five players saw their stocks go up, these five members of the Browns saw their stocks sink some more heading into Week 11.