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#1881998 - 09/11/21 06:23 PM Which Opening day opponent would be tougher, At KC 2021, or At Baltimore 2020,
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Is this years opening day matchup a tougher Opponent, and tougher game to win, At Kansas City than last year At Baltimore.

Edit: Voting stops at kickoff.
Which one was/is harder to win.
Only one choice allowed (7 total votes)
At Kansas City this year is tuffer - 5 (71%)
At Baltimore last year was tuffer - 2 (29%)
Voting on this poll ends: 09/12/21 04:30 PM


Edited by THROW LONG (09/11/21 06:27 PM)
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#1882012 - 09/11/21 07:15 PM Re: Which Opening day opponent would be tougher, At KC 2021, or At Baltimore 2020, [Re: THROW LONG]
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This year there are fans in the stadiums but fans can boo their home teams bad play.
I have to think the Browns can do better than 6-38 so I have to vote for last year.
But even in last years loss the Browns crossed midfield their first 3 offensive drives, iirc.
And if it wasn't for a turnover, and missed field goals before half, the game would have been within reach in the 3rd.

Still, the clock has struck 0:00 in last years. This year anything is still possible.
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#1883268 - 09/13/21 02:18 PM Re: Which Opening day opponent would be tougher, At KC 2021, or At Baltimore 2020, [Re: THROW LONG]
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I didn't see this in time to vote but Baltimore was way tougher, not because they are better than the Chiefs but consider..

the Browns had an entirely new coaching staff and a ton of roster turnover.

the Browns had a covid restricted offseason with very little opportunity for all these new pieces to gel together.

the Browns still had very little self-confidence and didn't really know what their identity was coming off a 6-10 debacle the previous year.

the Browns have always struggled against teams with running QBs, not elusive like Mahomes, running like Jackson.

The last time the Browns had faced Baltimore the previous year, we lost by more than 2 TDs.. the last time we faced the Chiefs, in that building, was less than 9 months ago we played them to the very end in a close game.
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