The Browns win 27-17 over the Texans at Cleveland Browns Stadium in a game which featured power running and surprisingly strong defense rather than the wide open offenses that we've seen of late.
Of course, if you're reading this blog, chances are that you already know all this. Let's get right to the linking.
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FROM THE OBR
The latest from your favorite disturbingly obsessive, yet still independent and objective, Cleveland Browns website:
John Taylor's 'Tales From A Notebook'
Game Photos from Getty and the AP!
Texas Can't Hold 'em Browns
Derry: WraXXing uX a Big-Time Win
Fan View: Keep the Pedal Mashed
Browns-Texans: First Half Analysis
Browns-Texans: Second Half Analysis
More to come later tonight and early tomorrow on the OBR!
Here's the first round of game recaps.
FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE
The latest from the greatest fans on earth...
Really on a Run - Ace Davis
Nice 'n easier - Cleveland Sports Torture
Ho-Hum the Browns win again - Red Right 88
Week 12 Recap - Cleveland Sports Authority
1PM Games Recap - The Big Lead
Browns Mess with Texas - MVN
Browns "D" Steps Up Big - MVN
Browns vs Texans Live - Dawg-Pound.net
(I remember trying to update the site from my Treo in the stands back it the day, LOL... I could relate to Ryan in his blogging today).
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John S. from Wisconsin emailed me with the news that the resurgent Browns have even caused from orange and brown sightings in Packerland:
Less than an hour ago I ran into a Browns' fan at the grocery store. Do you have any idea how rare that is in Packerland? We talked about this crazy marvelous season and it felt great not to lament, but rather celebrate the success of this unlikely bunch. I choose to interpret that chance meeting as a positive omen on today's game. We resume the battle in an hour and how about this: the game is televised here, a very unusual occurrence.
A NICE GESTURE FROM YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD GREEDY SNEAKS
The NFL Network will take time off from manipulating fans and demonizing cable companies to replay the Browns home victory over the Houston Texans on Monday at 7PM. Those of you who have access to the NFL's latest cash grab - a group that does not include yours truly - can probably put aside your concerns about the NFL's weird desire to pretend that it can "report" on itself long enough to watch.
The rest of us will sleep safely knowing that Jerry Jones refuses to abide by that irritating cease-and-desist order from Comcast. He's a fighter for the people, that Jerry.