Ben Cox came on the podcast today to talk about the “Season of Huh” book he’s putting together with some of the best writers in the Cavs blog community. We also talked about the Browns beating the Steelers, but not that much. We mostly focused on the last year of Cavaliers news culminating in the
Even when one guy is excelling, there’s still a controversy.
Scott Brown of ESPN reported from the Steelers locker room that even after the game Cameron Heyward was none-too-pleased with the “dirty play” of the Browns on Sunday. Defensive end Cameron Heyward didn’t hide his anger in the visiting locker room at FirstEnergy Field, and not just because the Steelers had been embarrassed by one
Kevin Love rocked it on Saturday in Brazil for the Cleveland Cavaliers. With Kyrie Irving not suiting up and LeBron James only playing 21 minutes, Love led the way with 25 points on just 12 shots. The best part: It was even more fun to watch than it was to read in the box score.
Browns fans have suffered a lot, but not much on Sunday. The Browns beat the Steelers 31-10.
The Browns took a 21-3 lead into halftime after a slow start. The injuries were starting to pile up. 3rd Quarter The Browns and Steelers traded punts for a bit. The Browns couldn’t take advantage of having the ball back to start the third quarter. Isaiah Crowell was having none of it though. 24-yard run
Alex Mack went down and was visibly uncomfortable when he got hurt in the first half of the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. After the game came back from commercial, they had the cart out and had his lower leg in a giant, black air cast that’s used to stabilize. They generally won’t apply an
In lieu of an in-depth first half recap, I decided I’d catalog some of the best Tweets as the action happened. I’ll have a game recap when it’s all over. 1st Quarter Steelers vs. Browns brings out all the stars. Here’s Dustin Fox who apparently found “Papa John” Schnatter. Cleveland, Papa John is in you.
The Browns went up on the Steelers 14-3 in the second quarter after finally finding their tempo on offense. All the failed rushing attempts weren’t for nothing though. The Browns used play-action perfectly to find Jordan Cameron twice. He merely set up an Isaiah Crowell running TD on the first touchdown. He wouldn’t let himself
The Cavaliers beat the Heat tonight in overtime, 122-119, but that’s not important. What is important is what it looked like. Most notably, check out this dunk LeBron James put on his old teammates. Here’s what the WFNY crew and others were saying about the game as it happened. no one has. for good reason.
Not good. The Browns are banged up.
Dave Bryan and Craig Lyndall break down the Browns vs. Steelers
Katy Perry brings her “KatyCats” to the Super Bowl
The Browns are finally good enough to own this rivalry. Will they?
Dave Sterling (@dimoko) joined the podcast again to talk about the week’s sports news. We also discussed WFNY’s new partnership with UBER and our new sweet Uber code, UBERWFNY which will give you $20 off your first Uber ride. Use it. Tell a friend. Here’s what else we talked about. Sports talk radio commercials Chris
Chris Bosh probably knows more than anyone what Kevin Love is going to be going through this year in Cleveland. The parallels are a well-worn path at this point, but that’s because the comparisons between Bosh and Kevin Love are apt. Bosh joined Dwyane Wade and LeBron James as Kevin Love joins LeBron and Kyrie
The Cleveland Browns defensive secondary has struggled so far this season. Early on, I thought it had more to do with the pass rush not working and opposing quarterbacks having too much time. It also didn’t help that the first three quarterbacks the Browns faced this year — Roethlisberger, Flacco and Brees — are all guys
The Cleveland Browns were in a celebratory mood when they were dancing in the locker room, but maybe the celebration didn’t stop there. Craig Robertson posted a picture of a receipt on his Instagram account for what the linebacker called a “Surprise Rookie dinner.” See below. While this all might seem like good fun, I kind of
I was hoping I wouldn’t have to discuss this because it isn’t even remotely worthy of being a “storyline” from the Browns’ 29-28 victory over the Tennessee Titans. But now that Mike Pettine commented on it and did so in such a dismissive way, it has taken what was laughable (get it?) and made it