For Cleveland Browns fans, it just keeps getting worse. The team benched Weeden heading into Kansas City and started Jason Campbell. Chudzinski said he was going with the players that gave his Browns the best chance to win.
He was right. Jason Campbell played a fantastic game. he led the team to 17 points and it looked like the Browns were going to hand the Chiefs their first loss of the 2013 season. That was until the team placed Davone Bess into the game to return punts, due to an injury to their regular punt returner.
Bess had one of his worse days as a Cleveland Brown. Strike that. This had to be the worst day of Davone Bess’s career. He cost the Browns a shot at a win. He cost the team a chance to hand the Kansas City Chiefs their first loss of the season.
The Cleveland Browns lost the game and it is amazing that every loss the Browns have this season can be tracked to the poor performances of just two guys. First it was Weeden who lost every start he made this season with his incompetence, and today it was the incompetence of Davone Bess.
Bess is supposed to be a sure handed receiver. He dropped just about everything that was thrown his way today. One of the biggest mistake was when Bess fumbled a punt return giving the ball back to the Chiefs.
The Bess fumble took away a chance to launch a game winning drive. The momentum was on Cleveland’s side and it was throughout the second half of the game. The more things went Cleveland’s way, the more Bess screwed it up.
It almost makes you think he was getting paid to throw the game. That is how bad his performance was today. It could only happen in Cleveland. Where else would you bring in a guy because of his reputation of sure-hands and his ability completely slips away?
Only in Cleveland.
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