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After numerous reviews of last Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay and calls to those in the know, OBR's Lane Adkins dives deeper into why Jake Delhomme, Josh Cribbs and the rushing attack proved ineffective on opening day.

—The Browns may spin the Jake Delhomme injury anyway they wish, but following numerous viewings of the season opener, coupled with discussions with those around the game, the veteran quarterback struggled after his late first-half interception. Making matters worse, Delhomme injured his ankle and foot, which limited his mobility and ability to power through many pass attempts. Granted, Delhomme...

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