- Akron Beacon Journal (Stephanie Storm): Another Browns quarterback bites the dust
- Akron Beacon Journal (Marla Ridenour): Defense does job, Browns still lose - Akron Beacon Journal (Patrick McManamon): Runaway train flies off track
- Colt Power (Fred Greetham): Browns hold Colts' offense down - Columbus Dispatch (Michael Arace): Crennel is a good guy with bad team - Indianapolis Star (Bob Kravitz): Pretty? Hey, looks aren't everything - Indianapolis Star (Mike Chappell): Browns bring out worst in Colts
- Morning Journal (Matt Goul): D hits new high
- Orange & Brown Report (Rich Passan): A vest too close
- Plain Dealer (Bill Livingston): Cribbs remains a lone bright spot for the 'best worst' Browns
- Plain Dealer (Mary Kay Cabot): Browns QB Anderson heard the jeers after injury
- Plain Dealer (Terry Pluto): Scribbles after another loss
- What I'm saying today: The fate of Romeo Crennel rests in the hands of Ken Dorsey. Incredible! Now the question is whether or not the Browns will win again at all this season. Sure, they still get the Bengals, but the Browns are starting a quarterback who was inactive two weeks ago.
Kamerion Wimbley had his second good game in a row, so there's that. Brandon McDonald finally looked like a starting cornerback again as well.
On the plus side, Luke and I are draftniks, so we'll probably have more content related to what the Browns should do in the future.