There were some good from the Browns’ loss to the Packers.
The Browns lost to the Packers in heart-breaking fashion after they threw a last-second pick on a drive that could’ve resulted in a game-winning field goal. The Browns fell to 7-8 on the season with their 24-22 loss against Green Bay and the team now has two final games to secure a winning record and hopefully qualify for a playoff birth.
There are several ways for the team to make the playoffs but the simplest and most attainable seems to involve the Browns winning their next two games against the Bengals and the Steelers, while the Ravens lose to the Bengals (currently in progress), then losing to either the Rams or Steelers over the next two weeks, which is very possible thanks to Lamar Jackson’s injury. The team also needs the Chiefs to beat the Steelers and the Bengals.
Seems a large order, but a scenario like that is exactly how Cleveland got in during the 2002 playoff chase, so as Bon Jovi once said; you gotta keep the faith.
That’s what we’re going to try to do today by looking at three good things from the Packers game. No Baker Mayfield or referee performances need not apply today. We’re looking purely at what the team did better than average, or better than expected with all things considered.
If you want, let everyone know what you thought was the best part of the Browns’ performance down in the comment section below. With that said, let’s begin.