This was a total trap game, coming off big MNF win, the Browns are more talented than their record, #8 Defense in the NFL coming in. The Lions appeared to take them too lightly, and came out very flat; the blame for that rest clearly on Caldwell. The next two week are crucial, on the road against the Bears, and then home for potential for the division showdown with the Vikings. I think we squeak one out in Chicago, and the Vikings lose to the Rams, setting up a great prime time showdown for Turkey day. After watching this team for nine weeks, a few things stand out. We can play up or down to virtually every talent level. We have had a chance to win or lose every game late. The offense continues to be too predictable early in games, until they let Stafford do his thing in the second half. We absolutely need more consistency in the run game, and would love to see all O-line starters play as a unit, healthy for a few games. Except for Zettle, the pass rush/ D-Line play has been poor. With Eagles, Rams, Saints, and Vikings all looking more complete at this time of the season, we will be lucky to win a game even if we make the playoffs. I think next year is the year with another good draft in the trenches, and maybe pick up a legitimate every down back.