Sunday, November 19, 2006

Carthon = Rumsfeld

Whether it's unfair or not, Maurice Carthon seemed to be trapped in the same single-mindedness that plagued the former Secretary of Defense. Why it took Berea as long as it did to figure that out and dump him is the tragedy of the 2006 season. His sacking gives me hope.

By now, we all know that the offensive line isn't as good as we thought it would be in the preseason. We also know that, despite its shortcomings, it's the best one the Browns have had since their resurrection.
We also know that the kids, Frye, Winslow and Edwards, can combine to score some points if the line gives them a little time.
The defense has gotten better as the season has progressed, and is now capable of stopping opponents if it doesn't stay on the field too long. Again, the kids (Pool, Jones, Jackson and Wimbley) have proven to be the difference.

So, what's all that mean today? I might be nuts and will likely be ridiculed by the Rhino, but the Browns are going to win this one 23-20.

Come on, you guys all know that's Joe Turkey Jones planting Terry Bradshaw. After all, it's Pittsburgh Sucks Week.

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