CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Cleveland Browns’ General Manager Andrew Berry talked to the media Wednesday about what the team is working on amid a much-needed bye week. The 6-6 Browns are at the bottom of the AFC North. They struggled against the Ravens in Baltimore Sunday and get one week of rest before hosting the Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium.
To not score enough, it’s always a combination of things -- staying on the field on third down, trying to run the ball effectively and getting in the red zone. But we’re just not doing a good enough job, and that starts with me. Stefanski said Monday that the Browns will spend the upcoming bye week self-scouting, trying to uncover the cures for what ails the offense.
AFC Playoff Picture: Buffalo Bills hold Wild Card spot following Week 13 - Buffalo Rumblings The Buffalo Bills (7-4) won on Thursday to kick off the week for them around the AFC Playoff Picture. A bunch of big games resulted in Buffalo staying put in the standings, but improving their... AFC NORTH: Ravens vs. Browns: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - Baltimore Beatdown Its wasn’t pretty or glamorous but it didn’t need to be in the end.