Browns vs. Chargers: What’s the Game Plan for Cleveland?

October 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland hasn’t won a road game in San Diego since Week 8 of the 1991 season. Raise your hand if you can even remember 1991.
Browns rookie nose tackle Danny Shelton, and several other young players, hadn’t even been born.
The ’91 Browns belonged to a different era of football in Cleveland. It was an era that, while not rich with championships, was not bereft of hope, either. The Browns were competitive and had multiple playoff runs during the ‘80s to show for it.
Fast-forward a couple decades, and the current Browns organization is a shell of its former self. Winning has been replaced by rhetoric and “three-year plans” that never bear fruit, either by poor design or executive impatience.
Winning this Week 4 matchup in San Diego isn’t just about avoiding a fall to 1-3. That would be a devastating encore after last season’s 7-9 finish shed some rays of hope on the organization. No, winning this game and avoiding the all...

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