Summarizing the Cleveland Browns Exhibition Opener—It’s As Easy As 1-2-3

August 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Go ahead, Cleveland. Be giddy.

For another day or two, smile all you want.

Saturday night in Green Bay, a huge step—make that a giant leap—was taken by your Browns in their 27-24 exhibition win over the Packers, and it was all at one position.

Yes, the receivers ran some nice routes and made some nice catches.

Yes, the offensive line threw some great blocks.

Yes, the defense turned in more than a handful of promising plays.

Yes, their special teams did some special things, and Phil Dawson did his usual things.

But you know, and I know, that all eyes were on one position as the game got underway—and the guys who played there did not disappoint.

Their starting quarterback played like a starting quarterback.

Then their backup quarterback played—well, like a starting quarterback.

As if that wasn’t enough, their promising young rookie came in and played like a young rookie is supposed to play...

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