After the success of the first Behind Enemy Lines series with our friends from Factory of Sadness we have decided to turn it into a mini series leading up to the important game this Sunday between the Browns and the Bengals in Cincinnati.
Jared Mueller from FoS asked me about how Bengals fans have reacted recently following two dismal losses as well as what is wrong with Andy Dalton. Check them out over at Factory of Sadness.
We asked FoS how optimistic Browns fans are with their current position in the AFC North?
Q: With the Browns sitting second in the division with a game against the Bengals this week are the fans optimistic or guarded about the opportunity to better their standing in the north?
A: Browns fans are cautiously optimistic, if I can sit squarely on the fence answering your question. Many assume that the Browns would of won a game or two more if Brandon Weeden would of never started a game. The belief is that our defense would of carried us and Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron would of done enough with either Brian Hoyer or Jason Campbell at the helm to win a few more games.