Give them credit for not signing some marginal veterans or over-priced free agents to try to win a few more games. But do light a few holy candles for them so that Haslam can see beyond the final record before deciding who should run his football team in 2013.
Heckert and Shurmur are convinced the only way the Browns will ever be successful is to draft and develop their core players. Every front office/coach combination says that, but few are so committed as these guys.
After the 2009 season (Eric Mangini’s first year), the Browns had one of the oldest teams in the league.
Now, it’s hard to imagine anyone being younger.