Monday, August 27, 2007

The Monday's: The Cleveland Browns

Happy Monday everybody. I go back to school, tomorrow, but don't worry. I will keep the NFL Preview's going up until the start of the regular season, next week. So it's getting on to crunch time here. Eventually, I will be doing multiple teams, per day. That will not happen, yet.

Anyway, we start with the AFC North. We did the Bengals earlier this month, but let's do the rest, starting with the Cleveland Browns.

The Browns finished dead last, yet again in the AFC North. This year, they drafted OT Joe Thomas out of Wisconsin and Notre Dame QB Brady Quinn, in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft.

They open the season at home against the Steelers. The Browns will play such notable teams as the Seahawks, the Bills and the Texans at home. On the road, they'll face the Rams, the Cardinals and the Jets.

Time for those burnin yearbook style questions:
  1. Rookie that makes biggest impact on the team: CB Eric Wright out of UNLV
  2. Most likely to start at QB for the Browns: Charlie Frye
  3. Most likely to start after a half a million signed petition: Brady Quinn
  4. Quinn passes for: 2,800 yards
  5. Jamal Lewis will: Run for 957 yards
  6. Leading receiver for 2007: Braylon Edwards
  7. At the end of the season, Romeo Crennel will: Still have a job for next season
  8. 'Kiss' song that best describes team: They have the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame, they don't need one.
  9. In 2007, the Browns will: Finish in last place, going 6-10
See ya


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