Browns buzz continues to build around the NFL following the team's 33-30 victory over the Ravens. The Browns went 2-1 through a series of three games that many of us said "would tell us a lot" about the team. Now we know.
Try as we might, there just wasn't enough good stuff out there to justify an evening News-o-rama last evening. RAC gave the players Monday off, again, so all there really was to report on was the typically uneventful Monday press conference. The Browns rarely, if ever, talk about injuries on Mondays, so we don't even really have an update on Eric Wright to offer. Wright got an MRI on Monday and the results will be sharked with the jackals of the press on either Tuesday or Wednesday.
There's no practice or media availability today, although the team often makes roster moves on Tuesday. If Wright's injury is serious, there might be some transactions today, although initial speculation suggested it was a sprain.
Recaps of Yesterday's Press Conference
Crennel Not Happy With Blowing Another Lead - News-Herald
Crennel will take breaks but says team needs to get better - Chronicle-Telegram
Eric Wright has Sprained Knee - Plain Dealer
Browns Thinking Return to Playoffs - Tribune-Chronicle
Looking Forward, Looking Back
Texans Looking Forward to Browns - Houston Chronicle
Browns Still Bouncing over Win - ABJ
League Endorses Referee's Decision - Plain Dealer
The Ravens Offensive Line is catching some heat today - Baltimore Sun
Browns Bouncing Along after Bizarre Victory - AP
Ravens Will Protest Reversed Call - Baltimore Sun
Kick Could Prompt Rule Change - Columbus Dispatch
Josh Cribbs, as has been documented, rocks
Josh Cribbs May Be Browns MVP - Bud Shaw
Cribbs on a Historic Pace - Chronicle-Telegram
Cribbs on Pace for NFL Record - Most Official Site of Officialness (Official)
Stover Interview on YouTube Now - Youtube
("This win is huge"... "We've got overtime fellas"... "Yeah, yeah"...)
Big Plays allow Broncos to Beat Titans - AP
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BROWNS REPLAY ON NFL NETWORK TUESDAY
I got this via my email earlier yesterday evening off of one of the NFL media lists. If your local cable network is not participating with the NFL Network in their exciting Greed-Off 2007 event, you can perhaps watch this.
"Exclusively on NFL Network, the week's two overtime showdowns, Browns vs. Ravens and Steelers vs. Jets will Replay on Tuesday, November 20 at 8:00 PM ET (Cleveland-Baltimore) and 10:30 PM ET (Pittsburgh-New York Jets)."
FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE
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One Yard to Go - Ace Davis
Simulated Line Calls? - Mark Leonard
Browns 33, Ravens 30 - CTown Sports Blog
Romeo Needs Christmas Gift Advice for Keith Ferguson - TBL
Can the Browns Win the Division? - Disappointment Zone
Born and Raised on the Cleveland Browns - Mistake by the Lake
QB Score: Week 11 - Disappointment Zone
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