- Allentown Morning Call (Larry O'Rourke): Ex-Eagle Fraley thankful for his years in Philadelphia - Akron Beacon Journal (Marla Ridenour): Andra Davis content right where he is - Elyria Chronicle-Telegram (Scott Petrak): Past their prime (time): Browns don’t give national TV audience much reason to care
- Philadelphia Inquirer (Phil Sheridan): Eagles lucky Browns play role of patsy - Philadelphia Inquirer (Bob Ford): The old McNabb is back - Plain Dealer (Mary Kay Cabot): McDonald's thefts are Browns' lone highlights - Plain Dealer (Terry Pluto): For forlorn Browns fans, all that's left is a slow, sad march to the finish - What I'm saying today: Absolutely pathetic. Forget the score. Forget the poor play. Romeo Crennel, in some fashion, is sabotaging part of the future of the Cleveland Browns. Because he is too stubborn, the Browns are not giving more playing to Martin Rucker, Beau Bell, Ahtyba Rubin or Alex Hall. What exactly are the Browns playing for, if not the future? Pride? That was gone long ago. Regardless of whether or not the Browns had someone who could be interim coach, Crennel should have been fired several weeks ago. Instead, the fans get to watch (and pay for) some of the worst football I've ever seen the last two weeks.
Oh, one other thing. The play of Brandon McDonald last night will look good on the stat sheet and probably be overlooked. He was terrible, outside of that first interception. The second one only came because it was tipped. Other than that, he was routinely beaten last night and missed tackles.