by Adam Gretz
During the Browns' 30-10 loss in Philadelphia on Monday night, wide receiver Braylon Edwards hauled in five passes for 102 yards, in what was probably his second best game of the season. A season that has to be considered a disappointment, to say the least, for Edwards and his teammates. He's not going to come close to the numbers he put up a season ago, and the Browns will probably be happy if they can finish this season with five wins.
Naturally, the loyal fans of Cleveland are a little testy when it comes to their football team these days, and Edwards, along with Romeo Crennel and general manager Phil Savage, are feeling the type anger that can only come from a grown man dressed like an English bulldog.
But, if you ask Edwards why he's facing a large dose of criticism, it's because he attended the University of Michigan, arch-rival of the Ohio State. Yeah. That's it, Braylon. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact you've caught only 38 percent of the passes thrown your direction this season. Bud Shaw of the Cleveland Plain Dealerhas the story.
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