Vote for Romeo!!!

How one week can change things!!!.  Just one week ago they were calling for Romeo’s head on the chopping block, under the guillotine, with a basket ready to catch his head as it was lopped from his broad shoulders. 

Today, Romeo Crennel is one of three nominees for the Week 13 Motorola NFL Coach of the Week Award.

To vote for the Browns’ head coach, click here.

He earned the nomination for leading the Browns to a 31-28 overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.

The Browns overcame a 28-14 fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Chiefs on a 33-yard field goal by Phil Dawson. The Browns’ comeback was all the more impressive due to the fact that it was led by backup quarterback Derek Anderson, who had taken only one NFL snap prior to the game. Anderson took over for the injured Charlie Frye and completed 12-of-21 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns.  He also ran for 44 yards, including a 33-yard scamper to set up the game-winning field goal in OT.

Before Sunday’s game Anderson had never thrown an NFL pass, yet he led the team on two fourth-quarter touchdown drives and an overtime scoring drive to help bring the Browns the win.

Romeo had it planned that way along or so it seems, (not)… 

The following is taken from Romeo’s Monday press conference.
“I don’t know where he came from but he showed up and did a good job for us,” Crennel said. “Having never thrown a pass in an NFL game to be able to drive down and get two scores and have the game-winning drive, that’s big for a guy.
So it seems that in football, sometimes it is more important to be lucky than good.  So today, please vote for Romeo for coach of the week…


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