by Ryan Wilson
We're heading into Week 15, the Browns have already lost nine times, and head coach Romeo Crennel has pretty much guaranteed that he won't be back after the season. But with three games left on the schedule, he's still -- to borrow a phrase -- playing to win the games.
You see, it only took three-and-a-half months to figure out that maybe Cleveland's sputtering offense could use more Joshua Cribbs and less everybody else.
Browns coach Romeo Crennel said the Browns will use Josh Cribbs more to try to jump-start the offense.
"It looked like Cribbs was a spark, and so I think that we'll have to give him a chance to be more of a spark and try to manage his other duties as well," said Crennel. "That's what I think we can do there."
Spoken with all the conviction of a temporary worker nearing the end of his contract. Why Crennel didn't hatch this plan back in October, when the Browns were beginning their descent to awfulness, is a mystery, and one he'll probably have plenty of time to contemplate in the coming weeks.
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