I should have seen this coming: the Jacksonville Jaguars are just a bad matchup for the Cleveland Browns. It sounds a little ridiculous to say that about a team that was 0-6 heading into our game was a bad matchup, but they were.
Well, that wasn't how things were supposed to go. The Cleveland Browns' road woes continued, except this time, there was no heroic second half comeback as the Jaguars came out victorious by a final score of 24-6.
Just as it looked like they could slam the door on the Browns, QB Blake Bortles threw an interception to CB Buster Skrine, keeping it at 10-6 Jaguars. The Browns are driving as we head to the final quarter of play.
Today, the 3-2 Cleveland Browns take on the 0-6 Jacksonville Jaguars. Although the Browns are favored to win, they'll need to overcome their terrible first-half road woes. Can they shut the door on the Jaguars early?
In this week's edition of "The Sunday Five," I take a look at the Browns trying to overcome their road woes, how three-and-outs have hurt the team, whether WR Percy Harvin would've been a good fit for Cleveland, and more.
You're either the butcher or the cattle. The Browns have been the cattle for so long, but now it's time for them to become the butcher. That means opposing teams will be gunning for them instead of the other way around.