Cleveland Browns: Josh Cribbs and James Davis May See More Time in Week 3

September 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Right now, the Cleveland Browns were supposed to be 2-0 going into their Week 3 match-up against division rival the Baltimore Ravens.
Swap that two and zero around and you come back to reality with the Browns sitting in the basement of the AFC North with an 0-2 record.
This is nothing new for the Browns and they have been in the basement long enough to fully furnish it with carpet, a flat panel television, and a mini-bar.
All joking aside, the Browns are in the middle of a downward spiral that needs to be stopped as soon as possible.
What will help stop the losing streak is getting the ball into the hands of players who have contributed in the first two games, and to give others player on the depth chart a shot at making plays too.
According to Cleveland.com, wide receiver Brian Robiskie left practice today with a hamstring injury and he did not return to the field.
With Robiskie not lighting up the stats board, it is time to move him to the slot as a No. ...

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