--QB Kelly Holcomb has yet to get untracked. Instead of looking like a quarterback who seized the starting job in preseason, Holcomb looks more like a career backup thrust into the starting role. The offense has scored one touchdown in eight periods, and Holcomb's 43.4 rating in Baltimore reflected his performance.
--RB William Green had a costly fumble in
Baltimore. Green is an upright runner, and the Ravens took advantage by putting
a helmet into Green's gut.
--WR Quincy Morgan led the league in
yards per catch in 2002, but in two game in 2003 he has just three catches for
32 yards. This is not the breakout kind of season the Browns expected from
--DT Gerard Warren again was largely silent against the
run. Many of the Ravens record-setting rushing yards were right up the gut,
where Warren resides. Warren continues to be a disappointment.
The Day After; Cleveland
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