Nobody doubts the Browns' young defense has had its shining moments.
Goal-line stands in Pittsburgh and Arizona the past two games were two of them.
But there have been some clunkers that have elicited flashbacks of previous defensive "Seasons From Hell", too. And the first game on Dec. 4 against the Baltimore Ravens
, whom the Browns play on Christmas Eve, was the stinkiest egg laid by this group.
"It left a bad taste in all of our mouths," said defensive tackle Phil Taylor
That was the game in which Ray Rice
ran for a career-high 204 yards and averaged 7.0 yards per carry. Ricky Williams
chipped in 76 yards as the Ravens rushed 55 times for 290 yards.
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