Cleveland merits look as road 'dog against Giants

Cleveland merits look as road 'dog against Giants

Kansas City : MO : USA | Oct 07, 2012 at 3:26 AM PDT
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal / Sun
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Ugly underdogs are on the NFL card each week, and the Cleveland Browns always seem to be one of them. It's a team with a no-name coach, Pat Shurmur, and no identity. The Browns are as bland as their nickname, and their rebuilding plan is based on two rookies, quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Trent... FULL ARTICLE AT Las Vegas Review-Journal / Sun
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