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By doing the little things, the Cleveland Browns get to enjoy a hard-earned win: Terry Pluto
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Doug Kapustin / MCTOne area where the gap is large between the Browns and Ravens is at receiver, where No. 81 Anquan Boldin caught three touchdown passes against the Browns in their first game in September. Meanwhile, Browns starting receivers Brian Robiskie and Mohamed Massaquoi have combined for three TD receptions this year. ABOUT THE BROWNS . . . 1. I spent some time talking to people in Baltimore about the Ravens' view of the Browns. They respect how coach Eric Mangini has the team playing hard, keeping games close. Physically, they say it's the toughest team the Browns have had in years. But what they don't say publicly is this -- the Browns will continue to lose close games because of impact players. 2. Yes, coaching does come into play. But consider the first game against Baltimore. The Browns had a 17-14 lead early in the fourth quarter, but eventually lost, 24-17. The big play was a 27-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin, and the third touchdown pass of the day for the combination.
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The Plain Dealer ran a nice piece on the worldwide reach of Browns Backers clubs by reporter (and backup Starting Blocks host) Bill Lubinger. You'd think a guy who grew up in this area would realize that.LeBron James learned the hard way that Cleveland fans are everywhere. According to the New York Post, James and his manager-sycophant Maverick Carter were out having dinner at a Miami restaurant. Here's what happened:Lebron James was heckled by Cleveland football fans while he was enjoying a celebratory dinner with his best friend and manager, Maverick Carter, at Myles Chefetz's Prime Italian in Miami, after the Heat's fourth straight win. The pack of 30 Browns fans, who were in town to see their team take on the Dolphins, chanted, "Traitor, traitor," inside the restaurant Saturday night, and were asked to leave. The rowdies waited outside to continue harassing former Cavalier James, who was forced to sneak into his car to avoid a confrontation. James' reps didn't get back to us.That's cuz they're waiting for Jim Gray and ESPN to call to announce a reaction to "The Derision."From The Plain DealerCoach Eric Mangini spent a goodly portion of usual Monday meeting with the press insisting that he's focusing on wins, not his job, according to beat writer Mary Kay Cabot. "If I did spend a lot of time on that I'd be a hypocrite," said Mangini on Monday. "I'm asking all these other guys to look at one game at a time and you can't know what's going to happen four weeks from now. You can't control it.
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