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Browns endure another tough loss as they fall 24-20 to Jaguars | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 7 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Nov 21, 2010, titled Browns endure another tough loss as they fall 24-20 to Jaguars | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

The Jacksonville Jaguars kept turning the ball over. The Cleveland Browns kept failing to take advantage.

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bbf

Houston, TX

#1 Nov 22, 2010
Colt McCoy has to be the unluckist quarterback in football. Two games in a row he has had a good game only to have the defence let him down.
Former resident

Woodstock, GA

#2 Nov 22, 2010
It almost seems that when the Browns received such glowing praise for their two wins against New Orleans and New England, they spent so much time patting themselves on the back that they lost focus on the next two teams to come along. The offensive line was sleepblocking yesterday. I really think the organization needs to take a hard look at Mangini at the close of this season. I'd love to see Marty Shottenheimer brought back to Cleveland to whip this team into a cohesive unit. Also, there is considerable dead weight on this team that needs to be shaved off.
Pathetic

Columbus, OH

#3 Nov 22, 2010
6 TO's and still couldn't win. The game was handed to us!!
LOL

Tampa, FL

#4 Nov 22, 2010
del rio's response to his team after the game.....

see I told you....you don't have to be good, just keep showing up and drawing a big paycheck and sooner or later you'll get lucky.

for the second week in a row, owner wayne weaver woke up and asked if they won the Super Bowl again...
mopar joe

Dayton, OH

#5 Nov 22, 2010
the browns offensive line was absolutely awful...worse than awful....play calling cant be critisized because nothing would have worked...every play starts at the line...for example , they were sacked twice on first down....duh
Larry

Reynoldsburg, OH

#6 Nov 22, 2010
They are a heck of a lot better than they have been for the last 10 years or so. Colt looks like a winner to me and I didn't think he had a chance.
Browns Fan

Columbus, OH

#7 Nov 22, 2010
I don't blame the coaches for this loss. I don't blame Colt McCoy. I do blame the offensive line. They could not block to save their lives in this game. Someone mention before, we were getting sacked on 1st down. Peyton Hills would get the ball and would see two to three defenders in his face. Who can run like that?, No one. But in all honesty, who really thought that the Browns were going to be superbowl champs this year? Browns are going to be good in the next couple of years, but it takes a little time to get the players that is needed. We need receivers, offensive lineman, and some defensive backs. Thatís where our holes are right now. Shore them up and we shore up a "possibility" for a run at the superbowl.

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