In the battle of two of the most disappointing teams this season, the Texans won on the road so this means the Browns are more disappointing. So I guess they can take that as a victory of sorts.
Browns' QB Brady Quinn started despite a broken index finger on this throwing hand and was largely ineffective when he wasn't throwing interceptions. Derek Anderson replaced him to equally poor results. WR Braylon Edwards was the Browns leading receiver, but his story of the game was more of sloppy routes and dropped passes.
The Browns were very effective in spurts running the ball against the poor Texans run defense, but coach Romeo Crennel inexplicably gave up on the run.
Texans 16, Browns 6: Houston Wins the Battle of the Disappointing Teams originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Mon, 24 Nov 2008 00:30:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.