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.