The Cleveland Browns looked so good last night against the Chicago Bears that it's a shame the game didn't count.
The Bears rested most of their starters, and the Browns' offense enjoyed some much-needed success in a 33-13 victory at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Brian Hoyer led a touchdown drive and looked sharp. Now, Browns fans have a reasonable hope that he can move the ball in the regular-season opener in Pittsburgh.
Isaiah Crowell rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown. He may have stolen the No. 3 running back spot from Deon Lewis.
Johnny Manziel threw some good-looking passes and some terrible-looking passes. However, he ran for 55 yards, so the Browns would be wise to plug him in for a few plays per game to see if he can make something happen.
Cleveland's only problem on defense is that they have so many talented players that they can't all fit on the roster.
The fun begins for real when the Browns visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 7.
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