Cleveland Browns: Random Observations From Preseason Week 1

August 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As most true fans are probably already aware, the Cleveland Browns opened their 2010 preseason with a 27-24 win against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. It was a widely anticipated match-up for several reasons. This was the unveiling of the new look Browns since Mike Holmgren took over the front office during the offseason.
The Browns were also debuting a revamped offense led by Jake Delhomme, whom many a fan have been quite skeptical of. It was also the debut of the revamped defensive backfield versus an extremely potent Packer passing attack. Finally, this was the NFL debut for highly touted rookie quarterback Colt McCoy. These are my observations from the game. Hope you enjoy!
Jake Delhomme looked fantastic, albeit for all of about five minutes.
Delhomme went 6/7 and 66 yards on the games opening drive, which was capped by a Jerome Harrison touchdown. The Browns drove down the field seemingly at will. What was surprising is that they did it throwing the ball. T...

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