The Browns are heading into their game with the Bengals with a record of 2-9, Third-stringer Austin Davis gets the starting nod at quarterback, and they lost to a team without their starting quarterback, running back, and key wide reciever.
Brad Russell voiced his frustrations during the Browns' "Airing of Grievances" during the Average Sports Show.
"The quarterback play isn't even the biggest problem," Russell said. "Josh McCown played his heart out, we know he's a bridge quarterback, but he came in and did his job."
It all comes down to one concept though: finish the game, something the Browns haven't done a whole lot of since their return in 1999.
Casey Drottar from RantSports.com said he had no reaction when Travis Coons' field goal was blocked and returned for a touchdown by the Ravens' Will Hill.
He says many people feel the same way and if the Browns continue their ways, many people will feel the same way.
After the College Football playoff rankings came out Tuesday night, things pretty much went as expected. However, things can be shaken up after Championship Saturday December 5.
Brian Pedersen, college football analyst for Bleacher Report joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the rankings and the outside chance that defending champion Ohio State could get in.
The chances for OSU to get in the four-team playoff is slim with their loss to Michigan State, explained Pedersen.
"I don't see them getting in over a conference champion even with one loss."
He sees Oklahoma being the lone representative from the Big XII in the playoff despite not having a conference title game.
The Mogadore Wildcats are back in familiar territory, competing for a state championship against Fort Recovery in Division VII.
Head coach of the 'Cats Matt Adorni joined Aaron Coleman to talk about his team's mindset heading into their game and to discuss the leadership on the field.
He says leaders like quarterback Zeddie Pollock and Austin Williams have kept the team going on the field and in the locker room, guiding the Wildcats to a 13-1 record this season.
Coach Adorni says that Fort Recovery will pose a stiff challenge in the state title game, but he thinks his group needs to stay within themselves in order for them to win their fourth state title in school history.
After the Browns' 33-27 loss at the hands of the shorthanded Baltimore Ravens, frustrations have boiled over with many fans and supporters.
Two teams from the "PTO" will be making their way down to Columbus to compete for a state championship, bring pride to their respective schools, and to Stark County.
The Perry Panthers led by Keith Wakefield and the Crusaders of Central Catholic coached by Jeff Lindesmith are focused and ready to compete for the final time this season, and both coaches know that they will need maximum effort from their kids if they are to bring it home.
Coach Wakefield joined Sam to talk about the win over Hudson, and as they prepare for Cincinnati LaSalle, who will be their opponent in the Division II State Championship Friday night at 8 p.m.
"We knew it would be a fight," Wakefield said, speaking of Hudson. "We knew we had to be physical, and limit big plays."
As far as LaSalle, Wakefield knows there's a lot of talent on that side of the ball, and it's going to come down to the trenches.
"It comes down to, can our guys block their guys," he said. "They're real big up front, and their kids defensively aren't as big, but their quick."
Canton Central Catholic, meanwhile will be taking on Coldwater in the Division V State Title contest, and Jeff Lindesmith says that it's a unique experience to play them once more this year after playing them in 2014.
"This group has been such an interesting group, and it's been great to see them get better each week," he said.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights will be playing in the State Title game this Thursday night against Toledo Central Catholic following their win over Zanesville last week in the state semifinals 33-21.
Coach Tim Tyrrell joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about his team's effort and the upcoming contest with the Fighting Irish.
Tyrrell said the Knights left too much on the field, but he credited his offensive line and star running back Todd Sibley for getting things going in the second half.
"It was great for the Hoban community," Tyrrell said. "Our kids are happy, but our goal is this game coming up."
As far as the opponent, Coach Tyrrell says the Fighting Irish are a battle-tested bunch that can run the ball effectively and impose their will on people.
The Hudson explorers (11-2) are vying for a Division II state championship, but the Perry panthers (11-2) are standing in their way. Hudson Head coach Ron Wright joined the Sam Bourquin show to talk about the match up against perry and what his team has to do in order to win. Hudson will match up against Perry at Solon's Stewart field at 7:30p.m.
The Ohio State Buckeyes' 23 game win streak was snapped by the Michigan State Spartans last week, in a 17-14 game decided by a last second field goal. The Buckeyes will now have to lick their wounds and face the team "Up North". The 100-year old rivalry will be renewed this coming Saturday at 3:30p.m. in the big house. Former Buckeye Bobby Carpenter joined the Sam Bourquin show to talk about the mentality of the team heading into the game Saturday. He said the team does not want to lose this game after what happened last and added the coaches should not "over analyze" when preparing as well.
Lakewood St Edward's and Stow will be squaring off in the Division I State Semifinals in a matchup of two well-disciplined and well-coached teams.
Tom Lombardo joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about their game with the Bulldogs Friday and what their defense is going to have to do to contain the star-studded backfield of quarterback Kyle Vantrease and running back Jayson Gobble.
Lombardo says the young men have been batttle-tested defensively and they're ready to get after it Friday night.