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Tenacious-but-overmatched Browns fall to Broncos 34-12



Published: Sun, December 23, 2012 @ 8:30 p.m.

Tenacious-but-overmatched Browns fall to Broncos 34-12

Associated Press

DENVER

In the span of about five minutes, Peyton Manning threw his third touchdown pass of the afternoon, Von Miller knocked the opposing quarterback out of the game and the Denver Broncos completely demoralized the tenacious-but-overmatched Cleveland Browns.

During that third-quarter flurry Sunday, the Broncos looked a lot like the best team in the AFC, and with one more Sunday like this one, they could go into the playoffs as just that.

Manning threw for a season-high 339 yards and three scores and Miller was in on two sacks, the second of which ended Brandon Weeden’s day, leading Denver to a 34-12 win — a victory that pulled the Broncos (12-3) into a tie with Houston for the best record in the conference.


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1IslandMike(738 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Wow! After what looks to be another 5-11 season, The SuperBowlless CHOKEland Clowns look to be rebuilding AGAIN. New owner, new GM, new Head Coach, new Offensive Coordinator, new Special Teams Coach and yes, a new quarterback!

Next year the motto will remain the same as always, "GET 'em NEXT YEAR!!"

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2VINDYAK(1799 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Yes, another loss, and another losing season. And another change in players, coaches, GM, President, But, now we have an owner with some passion, which I hope finally leads us to stability and a winning team!

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3IslandMike(738 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

VINDYAK,

You said the fey word, STABILITY. Pittsburgh has had the same defensive coordinator (Dick LeBeau) since 1995. Cleveland hasn't gone three years without changing water boys. The ONLY way the CLOWNS will ever win is to bring in a coaching staff and leave them alone for three years before evaluating them. Chuck Noll, Bill Walsh and a lot of great franchises had their coaches struggle in the early going, but they stuck with them.

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4niterider(4 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

The Browns are such a pitiful team! Maybe if some of them would cut about 3 feet of their hair off they would be able to see where they are going and be able to move a little faster. They look like a bunch of girls out there! House cleaning time AGAIN and you can't blame it all on the rookies. The coach stands along the sidelines and appears to be in space. No emotion whatsoever!

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5mrblue(968 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

The Steeler fans have to be more in shock than the Browns fans. No one expected the Browns to make the playoffs. Oh well, maybe next year.

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6IslandMike(738 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Oh well, maybe NOT!!

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