Jets likely to end Browns' upset streak

Jets likely to end Browns' upset streak

There are 7 comments on the Democrat & Chronicle story from Nov 12, 2010, titled Jets likely to end Browns' upset streak. In it, Democrat & Chronicle reports that:

The Cleveland Browns are coming off upset wins over New Orleans and New England, but it probably is asking too much of rookie quarterback Colt McCoy to add the visiting New York Jets to the list on Sunday.

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Don Patterson

United States

#1 Nov 12, 2010
Jets likely to end Brown's upset streak ? Ha ! Keep thinking that; just like they did in New England or New Orlean's thinking the Brown's just an easy win. It takes time for the Brown's to jell on the field, its called fine-tuning. Brown's will build on all aspects of the game as the year progresses. On 'D', the Brown's will limit LT in rushing and attack Jets QB, Sanchez, till he is flustered and makes mistakes. On 'O', the Brown's have more than Hillis and Watson -- as the Jets will discover on Sunday. I will be there -- will be great game !
Bullfarts

Houston, TX

#2 Nov 12, 2010
Burp
the dude

United States

#3 Nov 12, 2010
Don Patterson wrote:
Jets likely to end Brown's upset streak ? Ha ! Keep thinking that; just like they did in New England or New Orlean's thinking the Brown's just an easy win. It takes time for the Brown's to jell on the field, its called fine-tuning. Brown's will build on all aspects of the game as the year progresses. On 'D', the Brown's will limit LT in rushing and attack Jets QB, Sanchez, till he is flustered and makes mistakes. On 'O', the Brown's have more than Hillis and Watson -- as the Jets will discover on Sunday. I will be there -- will be great game !
Yeah the Jets are overrated. They're defense is good, especially their d backs, but their offense lacks because of Sanchez. I agree, if the Browns can harrass Sanchez and keep Tomlinson in check they will have another win.
Jim

Pompano Beach, FL

#4 Nov 13, 2010
Browns are playing very well. Matt Roth is playing huge for them.
Bullfarts

Houston, TX

#5 Nov 15, 2010
Burp
Don Patterson

Columbus, OH

#6 Nov 15, 2010
I was there. Saw the overtime loss in person. Soooo close for the Brown's to win... Oh well. At least it isn't back to the drawing board this year. Pittsburgh lost to New England (after the Browns put the hurt on New England last week) just like Pittsburgh lost to New Orleans (after the Browns put the hurt on New Orleans). Is it only because of the 'New' or are the Browns for real? Going into overtime in a true thriller with the Jets has to mean something? Hope the Browns still have enough wins in them to get to the playoffs this year, even as a wild card. If any team is due... the Browns are.
Bullfarts

Houston, TX

#7 Nov 17, 2010
Don Patterson wrote:
Hope the Browns still have enough wins in them to get to the playoffs this year, even as a wild card.
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