That was the running joke among reporters in the press box Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium.
For 60 agonizingly long minutes the winless Browns and Bengals bumbled and stumbled their way through four quarters.
More than 45 minutes had been played before the first touchdown was scored. The score was 6-3, at that point.
Bengals quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who attended Harvard, which means he's smart enough to choose an alternative profession, threw three interceptions in relief of the injured Carson Palmer.
Eric Wright had one of those interceptions. He returned it 23 yards, then fumbled.
Cue the calliope.
The two teams combined for 15 penalites, and seven turnovers.
Oh, by the way, Cleveland won the game 20-12. The Bengals are 0-4 for the first time since 2002.
What a difference six seasons makes? Well, very little, apparently.