It’s hard to say if the Cleveland Browns actually play these games against the Pittsburgh Steelers or if the networks just Photoshop new names on the jerseys of old game film, as in familiar fashion Cleveland once again fell to the scum bags from Pittsburgh 14-3. Did anyone in Cleveland not see that late interception and ensuing long touchdown pass coming, it’s like clockwork. It’s almost as if that’s a permanent play in the Browns’ handbook. Have the defense bust ass to keep the game close so the offense can give it away in the forth after doing nothing for three quarters. The Browns’ defense offered up numerous chances for the anemic and bumbling offense to the point where it became embarrassing to watch. On the day, Cleveland’s D caused three turn overs, each time in fairly good field position. Yet, once again drop passes and the non-existent running attack left golden opportunities stranded like a hitchhiker on the highway. On night, Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy went 19 for 36 with 209 yards and two interceptions. Browns receivers once again did nothing to help out the struggling young QB, dropping too many passes to keep track of mentally. Tight end Evan Moore lead all receivers with four catches for 55 yards, followed by Mohamed Massaquoi, who caught three balls for 44 yards, which would be a decent stat, an average yard per catch of 14, except he was targeted seven times. Rookie wideout Greg Little handed in a similar half-ass performance catching two passes for 25 yards after being thrown to six times. Fan favorite Josh Cribbs was rather quite on the night, after catching a 25 yard pass during the first possession, which nearly lead to a touchdown. Cribbs only had one other reception, ending the game with 41 total yards, which includes three rushing yards. Browns’ running backs were equally stagnant, as Peyton Hillis ran for 25 yards on 10 carries, while Montario Hardesty rushed 11 times and picked up 24 yards. Fresh face Chris Ogbonnaya ran the ball twice and surpassed both previously mentioned rushers picking up 31 yards. Most of Ogbonnaya’s yards came off a 28 yard draw play on third and long. With the Browns’ offense playing like it was the first day on the job, the defense attempted to carry the load. Besides the three turnovers, the D held the Steelers’ rushing attack to 147 yards, forcing an injured Ben Roethlisberger to throw, and throw he did, completing 16 of 21 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns. I’d go more in depth on Roethlisbergers “heroic” come back during the game, but the broadcast announce team did a exhaustive enough job with the coverage, fawning over the not-so-upstanding QB ad nauseam. Besides, Buzzbin’s editorial team has a standing order not to champion douche bags under any circumstance. We call it journalist integrity, something that the NFL Network seemingly doesn’t look for when hiring broadcasters. If any highlight could be taken from this game it was the play of Chris Gocong, who on three consecutive plays almost single-handedly thwarted the goal line rushing attack of the Steelers. One final note, for all the fans that say they’re not going to watch any more games until the Browns’ front office actually puts together a watchable product, quit lying. Oh you may be able to stay away for a game or two, but just like a junkie – or the scores of beautiful women I sleep with on a regular basis – we’ll see you Sunday morning with remorse in your heart, stale booze on your breath and self-loathing in your eyes. That is all. Remain calm and carry on.