Spoiler alert: It ain’t pretty.
Can the Browns hand Joe Flacco his second career loss against Cleveland?
What went wrong in the final two minutes?
Bump! What? I’m awake. Is this the earthquake I’ve long been told is coming? Is my apartment being excavated for natural resources? Is this a Transformer attack? Bu-bump! Quick patdown. No signs of physical injury or leaking organs. I hear Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks bleating beautifully and what I think is an electric clavichord
Browns fans are predictable creatures of habit. And the Browns are kind of like a bad habit.
The Browns have plenty to pull them down. The search continues for something or someone that can hold them steady.
Will Jimmy Haslam ride out the storm or pull the plug yet again?
The final week of Ray Farmer’s four-week texting spree concludes with a stop at the San Diego Zoo.
Yes, there were actually a few winners…
You can’t be heartbroken if you never expect the Browns to pull it out in the end.
Justin Gilbert might play a role in the Browns game against the Chargers on Sunday.
Should Josh McCown be starting? Will the Browns finally run the ball (or stop the run)? Can they pressure Philip Rivers? Are the special teams a concern? The gang takes to the roundtable.
Will the Browns return from sunny San Diego with a .500 record?
Three games in and the Browns are embroiled in controversy. But how much of it is legitimate, and how much is due to the way we consume and discuss the NFL?
Missed blocks + missed holes ≠ touchdowns
The Browns have been bad. But don’t they deserve half a chance to prove themselves?
Week 3 finds our hero making new friends in the Muni Lot, tangling with terrifying Raiders fans, and dealing with more ribbing from Kyle Shanahan.
It’s the most worthless, obvious sentence that there is. But after Sunday’s loss to the Raiders, a Steelers fan at a bus stop unwittingly summed up the whole AFC North.
You know about Rudd’s helmet toss and Bottlegate, but there’s so, so much more
The Browns are talking on back channels to TMZ. Uh oh.