By LG

Today the Cleveland Browns took to the field for the first time is a few years, without Sashi Brown being the team's general Manager. For a while it looked as though the Sashi-Less Browns were going to pull off their first victory, of the 2017 NFL season.

They went into the locker room at the half, leading the battered and bruised Green Bay Packers by a touch down, and they had the lead with only 49 seconds to play in regulation. The problem was the Packers had the ball in Cleveland territory, and the Browns defense failed to stop them from finding the end-zone with only seconds to play in regulation.

It happens folks, teams that are suffering through a season like the Browns are, don't know how to win. All they had to do was stop the Packers from moving the ball with 49 seconds left, and they just couldn't find it within themselves to make it happen.

Green Bay doesn't even have their starting quarterback , and that was probably a good thing for the Browns, otherwise the game wouldn't have been as close as it was.

On the bright side, if there is one when your team is 0-13, Deshone Kizer threw for 3 touchdowns. He must have heard Jimmy Haslam III, saying his new general manager John Dorsey needs to find a quarterback, and Kizer probably figured why not play well, otherwise he'd be out of a job too, sooner than later.

The bummer is Deshone threw 2 interceptions as well. Looks like Cleveland will have to move their focus onto the Chicago Bears to find their first win of the season. Of course Cleveland has to face the Baltimore Ravens before they see the Bears, that is sure to be a bummer for Hue Jackson and company.

I guess it would be premature to cancel the 0-16 parade, but for a while I though it was going to be a distant memory this afternoon. But then again this is the Cleveland Browns, and they are really suffering from the worse case of bad karma I've ever seen with a NFL football team.......

Bring on the Ravens, and lets see what another week with another new G.M. has in store for the Browns.......

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