- Akron Beacon Journal: Browns off to a bad start - ABJ's Patrick McManamon: Browns plummet to depths that defy defense - Canton Repository (Todd Porter): Another opener and yet another Browns stinker - Plain Dealer (Bud Shaw): There's no defense for Browns' drab debut --- then again, there was no defense at all - Plain Dealer (Terry Pluto): Scribbles on Braylon's bobbles, defensive futility and Crennel's pointless field goal - Columbus Dispatch: Brought back to earth - Dallas Morning News (Jean-Jacques Taylor): Cowboys' offense shows no mercy for an overmatched Browns defense
What I'm saying: The most glaring problem from this game was Derek Anderson not completing a single pass the entire third quarter. That's bothersome. Kellen Winslow, who had four catches in the first half, only had one catch the entire second half. At least we didn't have to watch the Bengals.
Luke may or may not have more thoughts on the game at some point. For now, see reactions from Romeo Crennel and Derek Anderson. Or, see a photo gallery.