Cleveland Browns Lose Fifth Preseason Game to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

September 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Preseason football is all about working out the kinks. Generally a game will consist of the starters playing for about a half, before making way for backups to come in and earn a spot on the team.
That is what happened Sunday afternoon. Although there is one BIG problem: it’s not preseason anymore.
The Browns came out of the gate looking strong. Jake Delhomme was crisp on a 41-yard touchdown connection to Mohamed Massaquoi.
Then two drives later Peyton Hillis looked like the steal of the off-season as he ran around the left end and bulled his way into the end-zone.
The defense got into the act too. Much-hyped “Cadillac” Williams was contained. Josh Freeman could not make any substantial completions and Kellen Winslow Jr. was non-existent.
Then it happened. Though the names stayed the same on the jerseys, it appeared as though the Cleveland Browns reserves came into the game.
In exactly one play, the entire game changed on one interception...

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