Remember back in the ’80s, when the Browns always looked like they were going to pull out a win against Denver, but then the Broncos miraculously rallied for the win? Yeah, that happened again last night.
Brady Quinn had a stellar debut (23/35-238-2-0), but was unable to deliver a win in the face of Jay Cutler’s 447 yards passing (with all three of his touchdowns coming in the fourth quarter), as the Broncos pulled out a 34-30 win last night after being down by as much as 13 points in the second half. (box score, highlights)
Brandon Marshall clearly enjoyed not having Joey Porter in head, as he had 89 yards receiving and caught the game-winning score with 1:14 left in the game. After that touchdown, B-Marsh canceled his planned Obama tribute at the pleading of Brandon Stokley. Stokley feared a 15-yard penalty would give the Browns excellent field position and a chance to win the game, and he also hates black people.