You thought Johnny was in for just three plays, didn’t you?
The Browns defense stood out in Week 2. Here are some of the better (and not-so-good) plays in their win over the Saints.
A 12-hour day and still hungry for more.
The Cleveland Browns have plenty of momentum heading into their Week 3 contest against the Baltimore Ravens, but is it enough?
We’re riding out this win as long as possible.
Everybody’s a winner! Well, mostly…
Mike Pettine won his first game as Cleveland Browns head coach in his second try. Who would have thought I’d get to say that when the schedule was revealed and the Browns drew the Saints in week two to open their home schedule? But win they did! The Browns sent the Saints packing with some
The Browns offense had success in the second half against Pittsburgh, but can it continue against the poor tackling Saints?
A look at the offensive side of the ball in the Cleveland Browns’ loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1.
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
A historical look at the 1999 NFL season and the Cleveland Browns’ selection of quarterback Tim Couch.
Missed tackles, blown assignments and poor positioning litter Week 1’s analysis of the Browns defense.
Joe Banner is on Twitter and he’s not holding back.
Hope springs eternal every Cleveland autumn.
WFNY takes a look inside the numbers of the Browns’ season opening loss in Pittsburgh.
WFNY breaks down who stood out, and who should go stand in the corner after the Browns loss to the Steelers.
The Cleveland Browns looked like a team that was even worse than the Browns we traded in the last time they were in Pittsburgh and lost 20-7. At the end of the first half, I thought for sure the Browns had made a massive mistake when they started over again and fired Rob Chudzinski, Norv
WFNY takes their shot at predicting what will happen to the Cleveland Browns in 2014.
No AFC North rivalry is better than Joe Haden and Antonio Brown. Can Haden make up for 2013?
Can the Browns rekindle a rivalry that was once one of the best in the NFL?