The Cleveland Browns did lose to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, but the team competed well and almost upset their AFC North rivals. They'll have another chance to upset a division rival over the next two weeks, when they take on the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. For now, they remain in the bottom half of the league, and really, in the bottom five or so teams. Most power rankings have the Browns falling slightly or holding this week.
Fox Sports actually moves the Browns up one spot:
30. Even with a decent performance on Sunday, the Browns should seriously consider finding a long-term QB solution, because Colt McCoy just isn't it.
Though they were moved up one spot - it still leaves them in the bottom three teams in the league. They only got moved up due to the struggles of the St. Louis Rams in their loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Still, they're not out of things yet, and can do some damage against their division in the coming weeks.