If the Cleveland Browns had lost to the Baltimore Ravens, a lot of fingers would have been pointed at head coach Mike Pettine's clock management towards the end of the game.
With the Ravens down by three and driving for at least a tying score in the final minutes, the Browns let a great deal of time elapse off the clock before taking a time out. After the Ravens tied the game with a field goal, the Browns found themselves with less than a minute to drive into field goal range.
Were the Browns guilty of poor clock management or were there hidden reasons to let the clock run down. Is this a one-time thing or part of a disturbing trend? The OBR gang looks at the question.