CLEVELAND — Isn't this fun?
The Cleveland Browns have won four straight games after Sunday's 32-23 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Kevin Stefanski's team sits at 4-1 heading into this Sunday's showdown with the Steelers in Pittsburgh.
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For historical purposes, the last time the Browns got off to this good of a start was 1994, when some fella named Bill Belichick was the team's head coach with another guy named Nick Saban serving as defensive coordinator.
The Browns offense again was superb in the first half, as Baker Mayfield may have played his best two quarters of football as a professional. However, like last week in Dallas, things got dicey down the stretch and the Browns had to find a way to hang on and win. Yet, they did. Again.
So with that in mind, I was happy to have a chance to talk with the "Voice of the Browns," Jim Donovan, for this week's edition of Donovan & Dino. Here were just some of the topics we discussed on the show:
- Nice to see you again, Rashard Higgins
- Myles Garrett playing at an insanely great level
- Baker Mayfield's tale of two halves
- The injury bug
- Fewer penalties in 2020
- Another shot at winning in Pittsburgh, something the Browns haven't done since 2003
Catch Donovan & Dino in the player above or from YouTube below:
Click here to watch "Jimmy's Take" after Sunday's win over the Colts