Cleveland Browns Will Fare Better in the AFC North This Year

May 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last year, around mid-August, I wrote an article called "The AFC North: The Biggest Riddle Of All Divisions." I went into detail about how the Browns were faring in the AFC North with Mangini. I noted that Mangini went 1-0 against the Steelers. I thought it  was a good thing that Mangini had experience against them when he was coaching the Jets back in 2007. I had also had noted that his inexperience against the Bengals, and especially the Ravens, was somewhat worrisome, but thought that they would play really hard against them, and would at least split the two games.
 Looking back on it, boy how wrong I was. The Ravens dominated the Browns 34-3 in the Week Three matchup and shut out the Browns at home, 16-0. The Bengals eeked a win against the Browns in Week Four, and beat the Browns again 16-7. However, I was right about Mangini's experience against the Steelers as it would prove me right in the second matchup against the Steelers, but not the first matchup where the ...

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