The Gipper Posted October 11, 2010 Report Share Posted October 11, 2010 A Question to Ask is: Is This Team Making Progress? Here are the scores of the first 5 games of 2009: 20-34 Loss to Minnesota 6-27 Loss to Denver 3-34 Loss to Baltimore 20-23 Loss to Cincinnati 6-3 Win over Buffalo Compare to 2010's scores for the first 5 games: 14-17 Loss to Tampa Bay 14-16 Loss to Kansas City 17-24 Loss to Baltimore 23-20 Win over Cincinnati 10-20 Loss to Atlanta In the 4 losses in 2009 the average margin of points lost by were 17.5 points. In the 4 losses in 2010 the average margin of points lost by are 5.5. The glass half full types would say that the Browns have improved by a full 12 point average differential per game over last year, and that every team the Browns have played so far have either a 4-1 or 3-1 record. Is that a reasonable way to look at this? And should it be a cause for optimism? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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