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Owl: Slow and Steady

Romeo Crennel, writes the wise nocturnal bird, is running the Cleveland Browns exactly the way he said he would. The ramifications of Crennel's decision-making, writes The Owl, will echo into future seasons. More analysis you can't find anywhere else, but Bernie's Insiders...

The one theme Romeo Crennel has used from the first day of training camp to describe his team has been "slow and steady progress." As long as he continues to see it, he is content. He was not content with the way the Browns played against the Steelers, but neither did he rant and rave and embarrass his players. For one, that is not Romeo's style and secondly, the Steelers have won exactly...

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