After going down 27-24, Brian Hoyer pulled off the improbable and went into Minnesota and beat the Vikings. Even though it wasn’t in dominating fashion (Hoyer threw 3 picks), Hoyer and the Browns (as predicted) actually beat somebody on their home turf. Hoyers last minute 55-yard drive (set up by a horrible punt from Minnesota), was ended with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Cleveland’s new big man on campus, TE Jordan Cameron. If this defense can fix its run defense, perhaps Cleveland could actually make a deference in the AFC North.
By Keith Demolder -
About the Author
Keith Demolder is a sports writer and student of La Costa Canyon High School. He currently writes for MavLife News along with NFL Spin Zone. He was born in West Philadelphia, but he calls Chicago his hometown. He currently writes a Sports-Music-How I Met Your Mother blog (sportsfan318.tumblr.com ), which has numerous followers. He loves the game of football and hopes that one day his Dallas Cowboys will make it to the Super Bowl once again. You can call him Demoldey, but only on the third Thursday of the month.