The Browns finally play Brian Robiskie

What were they waiting for? I’m sure there are things Brian Robiskie needs to do better, but keeping him inactive for a one-win team is beyond stupid. At the very least Robiskie can be a very good possession receiver. It’s another example of where we have to wonder if Mangini and Daboll know what they’re doing.

Today they gave him a chance, and Robiskie responded with 4 catches for 69 yards. Not a bad day, so hopefully they’ll keep him in there for the rest of the season.

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Browns abandon the Wildcat

The Cleveland Browns had another pitiful performance today against the Green Bay Packers. The offense was terrible, as Derek Anderson had another forgettable day. It doesn’t really matter who plays quarterback. The offense stinks.

Who’s at fault? Take your pick. Quinn and Anderson both stink. The offensive line has been bad, and we’re playing mostly with rookie receivers. Brain Daboll certainly hasn’t figured out how to use the players he has. It’s hard to blame him, but the play-calling has been terrible as well, particularly in the red zone.

All of this begs the question – why aren’t the Browns using the Wildcat more? Josh Cribbs is their best player. Let him run the damn ball!

Instead, the Browns tried one running play with Cribbs and kept trotting out Anderson all day. What a mess.

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