The Browns fell to 0-10 Thursday night after a loss against the Baltimore Ravens. Which marks their 13th straight loss dating back to last season. Overall, this game fit the script of almost every game this season for the Browns. A competitive first half and then a total collapse in the second half. The Browns used three different quarterbacks this game, which was the first time a team did that since 2011.
The only bright spot on offense was rookie Seth DeValve who caught his first career touchdown pass. And that Cody Kessler will be starting next week against the Steelers.
Defensively the Browns were...the Browns. Again like in weeks before they play really well in the first half. The first half only gave up six points in the first half, forced Joe Flacco into an interception, and sacked him twice. But in the second half...things really imploded. With the offense struggling the defense did all it could. They gave up a touchdown on the first drive of the second half but came back and forced another interception in the end zone...but then McCown came in and threw one of his two interceptions.
Mike Wallace had a solid game for the Ravens catching four passes for 59 yards. And all four catches were against Joe Haden. Brein Boddy-Calhoun struggled against all of his match ups. Giving up seven catches and two touchdowns. He did intercept his second pass of this year which is tied for first place among rookies.
The Browns going 0-16 is becoming a real possibility. But just remember that this is exactly what fans wanted and expected. A "tryout" year for many of these young players and having the opportunity to draft any player with the first overall pick. So lets not call for anyone's job just yet. Actually lets not call of anyone's job for another two years or so because...well...who else are the Browns going to get Coach this team.