The center of the free world was Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday as tens of thousands flooded downtown to witness the homecoming of LeBron James. The event which LeBron suggested was “one of the biggest sporting events ever” brought out all the big names as Spike Lee, Usher, Justin Bieber, Joe Haden, and of course Johnny Manziel—all were inside The
It’s around 9 a.m. on July 11, 2014 and I’m in Seattle, WA. I’m passed out, face down, drool hardening on my chin as I lay on a couch that belongs to the cousin of my college roommate, Jack. My eyes peel open as Jack’s phone buzzes across the room on the floor next to the air mattress on
The Cleveland Browns rebounded from their sleepwalk in Jacksonville to knock off the Raiders 23-13 at home on Sunday. The game was a bore through the first three quarters as the teams traded punts and field goals, but Brian Hoyer found Andrew Hawkins in the end zone late in the third quarter to wake up FirstEnergy Stadium and
Happy hump day my droogs, here is what’s been on my mind while I’ve been waiting. Three goals between the 78th and 82nd minute helped Columbus Crew SC storm back to knock off the Philadelphia Union over the weekend. The barrage of goals from Ethan Finlay, Justin Meram and Jairo Arrieta erased a two goal defecit, ended the playoff hopes for
Fifteen years of pent-up frustration was released in the form of the Browns’ 31-10 thumping of Pittsburgh on Sunday. It was a day that will hold a special place in the memories of the long suffering Browns’ faithful. The day when the big bad wolf huffed, puffed, and was hit over the top for a 51-yard
For the first time since the days when “Pinball Wizard”, “Proud Mary”, and “Sugar Sugar” were pulsating through the radio waves, the Cleveland Browns have scored 21 or more points in four straight games to start the season. It’s taken forty-five years for the Browns to start a season as hot on offense as that 1969 squad. In that
The Columbus Crew unveiled their #NewCrew brand in front of a packed house at LC Pavillion in Columbus on Wednesday night. Crew investor-operator, Anthony Precourt, revealed the reincarnation of MLS’s first franchise in front of Columbus’ Mayor Michael B. Coleman, MLS Commissioner Don Garber, Crew players, and the Crew faithful in attendance. The rebrand is an attempt
Grantland went long and hard on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2014-15 season and it’s worth your time.
The Browns are back to 2-2 in the standings thanks to two Brian Hoyer touchdown passes in the 4th quarter to Travis Benjamin, capping off a furious 25 point comeback to knock off Tennessee. Let’s take a look behind the box score of Sunday’s historic win. 25 – The largest deficit overcame by a road team in
The first quarter of the NFL season is behind us so it’s a natural point to stop and take a look at the Cleveland Browns and see Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine’s portfolio of players to see whose stock is rising and whose is falling. Earlier this week we started with the guys you can send
The first quarter of the NFL season is behind us so it’s a natural point to stop and take a look at the Cleveland Browns and see Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine’s portfolio of players to see whose stock is rising and whose is falling. We’ll start with the guys you can send your buddies texts, emails, and
Happy Hump Day my droogs, or the day after the FIFA 15 release hangover day as I like to call it. I apologize for not sending you all a sexy “Happy Humpday” selfie with five camel emojis as the caption, but this will have to do for now. In case you’re not hip to the
Things were looking so good … until they weren’t. Here’s a look at the numbers that you won’t see in the box score from Week 3.
Kevin Love was the first guest on Men In Blazers: A Night of 1000 Stars over the weekend in the “crap part of Broadway.” Love was announced as “one of the newest members of “America’s darlings, the Cleveland Cavaliers” as he joined hosts Roger Bennett and Michael Davies to “talk a little footy” and promote the
Zone blocking cometh!
A 12-hour day and still hungry for more.
We’re riding out this win as long as possible.
The Browns offense had success in the second half against Pittsburgh, but can it continue against the poor tackling Saints?
Could be worse, right?
In the wee hours of Sunday morning, alongside tens of thousands of Clevelanders I will drag myself out of bed, put on my Sunday best, and head to worship. Except I won’t be filing into halls filled with wooden benches or stained glass windows. Nor will I be entering St. Mary’s or United Methodist. Instead, I’ll congregate