The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: A Browns MNF History


The Ugly

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It wouldn’t truly be a walk through Browns history without bringing up at least one ugly, sloppy, unattractive loss. Look no further than the last time our favorite franchise played on the MNF stage. They lost 16-0 and the game was about as ugly as the scoreline suggests.

Quarterback Brady Quinn went 13 for 31 for 99 yards, a fumble, and two picks, good for a QBR of 1.5.

That is correct. On a scale of 0-100, Brady Quinn scored a 1.5 that night.

The rest of the team was not much better.¬†Jamal Lewis amassed a grand total of 36 rushing yards, while the Browns’ leading receiver, Mohammed Massaquoi, recorded just one reception for 30 yards. As a team, the Browns generated 185 of total offense that night.

The lone bright spot of the night was the Browns defense, who let up just 10 points while having to stay on the field for most of the game. Their only slip up was a 13-yard TD run to Ray Rice, as Baltimore’s other touchdown came on a pick-six. The D’s strong performance went to waste, however, as Quinn and the offense generated nothing to show for on the scoreboard.

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