Cleveland Browns’ Offensive Woes Continue

What to make of the Cleveland Browns? Having struggled mightily in 2008, the team looked rather hopeless ending off the season.

No more Kellen Winslow. Braylon Edwards, depending upon his mood, might be completely ineffective. No shining hope at running back, as Jamal Lewis has aged another year. The defense? Nothing special there either.

There was Brady Quinn, a young quarterback with a promising future, and Eric ufabetเว็บไหนดีสุด Mangini, who came over as the team’s new head coach after being dismissed from New York.

After a 34-20 loss against the Vikings in week 1, things didn’t look too much better for the Browns. Granted, the Vikings are a tough team with high expectations this season, but after a week 2 loss at Denver, the Browns look nearly as hopeless as they did in 2008.

The team lost a 27-6 game to the Broncos in Denver. The Broncos had one of the downright worst defenses in the 2008 season, and they looked absolutely spectacular in week 2 against the Browns.

Was this really a new and improved Broncos defensive unit, or were the Browns really that bad on offense?

The Cleveland Browns have only scored one touchdown in their last 33 quarters of football. This stat is downright deplorable and I can’t remember another team that’s gone through any kind of a similar streak. There’s a good chance that the Browns will be just as bad as they were in 2008, and possibly even worse. Mangini or not, this team needs some serious help in 2009.