NFL Preseason 2010: Cleveland Browns Promising in Loss To Detroit Lions

August 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Going into their "dress rehearsal game," the Cleveland Browns were looking to improve upon their already surprising preseason performance.
Mission accomplished.
The Cleveland Browns’ offense was extremely efficient in the first half gaining 17 total first downs. While only punting once, the Browns had 152 yards through the air and 65 yards on the ground all in the first two quarters.
Does this look familiar?
It’s what Cleveland’s stats looked like for an entire game at this point last year. Actually, that’s being very generous.
Although a couple of drives were extended due to Detroit penalties, Cleveland’s offense was functioning like a well-oiled machine.
Delhomme certainly played the part of the savvy veteran quarterback that team president Mike Holmgren envisioned back in March. He had command of the huddle and was barking out signals in Cleveland’s hurry-up offense, marching them up and down the field.

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