After watching the Browns beat that team from Baltimore (I refuse to say their name), there were a number of things that I noticed especially at the end of the game. First off, the overall mismatch problems that the Browns cause to any defense is far underrated. The combination of Braylon Edwards, Kellen Winslow, Joe Jurevicius, Jamal Lewis, and yes, Steve Heiden, the Browns can beat you in many different ways. So take this as a warning NFL, the Browns are progressing. Everyone has one game where they are like "oops" and that is what that Pittsburgh game was.
Look at it this way, usually in every Browns game there are stupid penalties, dumb challenges, poor decisions from the quarterback position, a deficit to overcome, and lack of excitement. Oh wait, you mean I just described a team that was 13-3 last year? That team from Baltimore was outplayed and was unable to dig themselves out of an early hole. Sure they got behind early and that forces any team to abandon the running game, but lets be honest the Browns have given up like 180 yards a game this year on the ground. Basically [I run the business side of a small medical research company] the Browns actually played like they desreved to win the game. The defense played the bend, but don't break style fairly well. Now granted, going to the prevent in the third quarter isn't a great way to solidify a win, but hey whatever gets the job done, right? Go Browns.
Oh by the way, the Browns are 2-2 (2-1) and in second place in the toughest division in football, the AFC North. I'm a solider!