Although, it may feel like it.
Winslow is expressing frustration over staph and Savage not calling him in the hospital. Probably justified.
QB controversy is in full effect.
Braylon is saying all the right things, although that doesn't make up for his horrible game.
He also said this: "we might've underestimated the Redskins." Thats the most probably the most dissappointing part of today for me. At 2-3 you know every game is still important. You know you have to win these types of games and you had to learn the hard way last year with losses to teams like Oakland.
You also know that at 2-4 you have a chance to get back to respectability. You have to press on. You have to think that there is still hope for the playoffs for a winning record, for anything positive until it is mathematically impossible (regardless of the odds). Until there are 9 games in the L column, there is a chance to be .500 which is more than I could have dreamed for after some 4-12 and 6-10 years.
So if you expect your sports heroes to play until the whistle, never give up, and to believe it isn't over till the fat lady sings, up your fanhood and do the same. Have some admirable qualities yourself. No, things aren't looking up right now, yes, we are underachieving. There is every reason to be frustrated right now. But failure of your team's success is hardly a reason to stop being a fan. If you want to talk about giving up on the Cleveland Browns or the season, that is your right, but you should probably take it to Cleveland.com or just fair-weather yourself to another team.
No one is picking us to get in to the playoffs and it realistically isn't looking good. But to me, real fans never give up. I am a Cleveland Browns fan win or lose, period. I will stick by my team and watch game after game even if it means my blood pressure takes a hike and I am pissed off every Sunday. I urge you to do the same.