Browns Have No Answers After Loss, Have to Start Looking Ahead at Regime Change

December 7, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns dropped an ugly, noncompetitive 37-3 game to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. It was Cleveland's seventh consecutive loss and the sixth time this season the Browns have lost by at least two touchdowns.
This is a football team that is embarrassingly bad, and the Browns seem to have run out of both answers and excuses for the ineptitude. In fact, it seems like the team is done talking about its struggles altogether. 
"I want to keep a job," receiver Brian Hartline said while declining further comment after the latest loss, per Tom Reed of Cleveland.com.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam also declined comment after the blowout loss. He simply told John Telich of Fox 8 Cleveland "no thanks" when asked if he had a moment.
The fact that both players and ownership are avoiding the media at this point seems to suggest that both are fed up with what is going on in Cleveland—and are potentially fed up with the decision-makers in charge.
If so, it...

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