The Cleveland Browns keep winning, and while the victories haven’t gone according to the blue print, wins are wins.
The Browns 14-7 victory over the Vikings on Oct. 3 lifted Cleveland to 3-1 and into a three-way tie for first place with the Ravens and Bengals.
Week 4 offered another quagmire for Cleveland and its offense, though. This one was supposed to be a high-scoring game, with Kevin Stefanski getting into a shootout with his former boss, Mike Zimmer.
The way the first two drives of the game went, it looked like this prediction would materialize, alas, only 21 points were scored between the two squads.
Cleveland’s best offensive showcase came during their opening week loss to the Chiefs. Since, then, Stefanski’s group hasn’t been at its best, leaving a lot of points on the field.
Thankfully, the team’s been able to rely on its rushing attack, as the aerial assault just hasn’t been there for Baker Mayfield and company.
Alas, we’re in the fan base that had to endure 1-31. Winning will never get old for the fans who’ve watched this team closely since their reincarnation in 1999.
Some players are trending up, there’s five Browns stocks managed to slip during the team’s seven-point victory.