As long as the sun rises in the east, the 2017 Browns are going to be losers.
I hate to say it, but that’s about as true as it gets. Funny thing, though, the Browns have shown some pluck at times, and Sunday’s 38-24 loss to the Detroit Lions was no different.
Heck, Cleveland actually had a lead late in the third quarter. And on the road!
On the positive side, quarterback DeShone Kizer had perhaps his best game as a pro before suffering a ribs injury in the second half. He returned, but it was far too late.
Still, head coach Hue Jackson’s clock management proved problematic, and the Browns continued to show why they’re… well, the Browns.
No change in NFL power rankings this week, as there’s no lower spot they can go.