Looking At Sunday's Game From Both Sides

As the Browns get ready to take on the Indianapolis Colts at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, let's take a look at how Indy and Cleveland each view the game on the websites of their respective newspapers.

For the Colts, that would be the Indianapolis Star, while for Cleveland of course, it would be The Plain Dealer.

The Star's website talks about how today is a "get off the floor" kind of game for the Colts, after they went to Houston last Sunday and were thrashed by the Texans, while Cleveland.com calls it a "battle of the embarrassed".

Indy media seems to think that the Browns can be used as a "barometer" after their opening loss, while Cleveland cuts to the chase and points the barometer in both directions.

Will Josh Cribbs settle for touchbacks on kickoffs today? The Star doesn't think so. The Colts' shaky coverage team makes Indy people see Cribbs testing it, even if that means bringing the ball out of the endzone.

Tony Grossi looks for Peyton Hillis to run a lot this afternoon.

All these and a thousand (well, at least several) more stories can be found by clicking on the links provided above.

Go Browns!

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