Cleveland Dominates The NFL… It’s Just Not The Browns
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As the lights of Monday Night Football shine bright in Kansas City’s Arrowhead Pond, eyes around the league take focus on the red #27 jersey of Kareem Hunt. And why wouldn’t they? With 402 rushing yards entering week four, Hunt is currently the league leader in rushing and the reigning AFC Offensive Player of The Month.
Kareem, the perfect ground weapon to compliment one of the top Tight Ends in football, two-time All-Star, Travis Kelce. An athlete that, much like Hunt, was drafted in the 3rd round of the NFL Draft.
A national spotlight. An opportunity to start the season 4-0. and one of the most dangerous offenses in the NFL.
A cross country flight of 2,341 miles from The Arrowhead Pond the contrast could not be more striking.
On the shore of Lake Erie sits First Energy Stadium, quiet. Still sitting cold with the bitter memories of a 31-7 defeat from the afternoon before. Rather than an undefeated season, the Browns are a winless 0-4, following an offense that was entirely stifled by a fellow winless team just the day before.
How much would the Browns benefit from talent the level of Hunt and Kelce…
Is it not poetic that the Browns selected five draft picks over a future record breaking running back that played his high school football just 18 miles from FE Stadium (Willoughby South)?
Is it not poetic that the Browns selected two players over a future two time All-Star playing his high school ball just just 10 miles from FE stadium (Cleveland Heights)?
Who did the Browns select in stead? Barkevious Mingo, Josh Gordon, Myles Garrett, Deshone Kizer, David Njoku, Larry Ogunjobi, and Jabrill Peppers.
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