Browns Take Loss Like Men

The Browns made no excuses.  The Cowboys came out and knocked them around.

They told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, “We have to get better,” said linebacker Willie McGinest. “We got our butts beat today. That was a good lesson.”

Injuries were the reason the Browns all but admitted they tanked the preseason. Most disrupted their high-powered offense, and a surprise scratch of receiver Donte Stallworth in pre-game warmups added to the discontinuity.

“We played like we hadn’t played together in two or three weeks,” said running back Jamal Lewis, stating a fact.

But the defense — the relatively intact unit — sent out S.O.S. signals with a horrendous first outing.

The multi-dimensional Cowboys hit the Browns for 487 yards and 30 first downs. Tony Romo was intercepted once in the end zone and ended the game by taking a knee at the Browns’ 13 — else this whuppin’ would have been worse.

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