Note: A big part of the Cleveland Browns’ chances in any season is the outlook on teams they play two times each in their own division. This week, we will be going over the Top 5 stories from each of the Browns’ divisional rivals as we head closer to training camp and the 2015 NFL
Tim Tyler is the writer and mind behind Dawg Pounded. The comedic play and musical opens its second year at Kennedy’s on Playhouse Square on July 17th. We talked about the play, the rivalry with Pittsburgh and how the Browns project in the 2015 NFL season. Are you subscribed? ********** Click here to download the
We may be horribly, awfully, completely biased. I should stop right there—but I won’t. This video is of what appears to be a Baltimore Ravens fan. They do exist. Who knew? And this Ravens fan used his wedding to not only have a wedding band play “7 Nation Army” but also insisted on scripting his
It’s Friday and I’m writing this one really early because I have plans on Thursday night. I have no idea if the Cavs or Buckeyes won their games last night, but I’ll try and entertain you for a bit while you, you know, wait… To receiver or not to receiver… Obviously the Browns need to
Jamal Lewis filed for bankruptcy in 2012 and thus culminated a strange offbeat news cycle involving the former Browns and Ravens running back. In April 2010 we started to hear about Jamal Lewis’ financial issues, including a 2008 civil judgment against Lewis and some other defendants. At that time, it appeared that some of the
The Browns weren’t in the NFL playoffs this year as you all know, but I had some takeaways that I thought would interest this audience even though it doesn’t directly involve the Browns. First and foremost, can you even imagine if the Browns were in the playoffs at this point? I was talking with a
The Cleveland Browns finished off their season losing their fifth straight game and ending their season with a 7-9 record. The season finale loss to the Baltimore Ravens capped off a disappointing finish to a season that started with a promising 7-4 record. In the season finale, the Browns held a lead, but once again
The 2014 NFL season, at least the regular version, has come to an end. There were highs, there were lows. There was excitement, there was disappointment. There were winners and there were losers. The lights have been turned on and Semisonic is blaring through the surround. Here’s the final round. WINNER: Connor Shaw Let’s get
The Cleveland Browns ended their season, on the field, with a pretty ho hum 20-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. After a game lead-up that included a suspension of Josh Gordon and rumor of fines surrounding first rounder Johnny Manziel, it was almost peaceful to just watch the Browns lose on the field while putting
Undrafted rookie quarterback Connor Shaw reportedly agreed to terms with the Cleveland Browns on Friday and likely will start Sunday’s season finale in Baltimore. Reports indicate the contract will be a multi-year deal. Shaw, 23, played collegiately at the University of South Carolina. He appeared in the Aug. 18 preseason game for the Browns against
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.
Joe Haden’s poor start to the season isn’t all on him.
On Monday mornings when you aren’t listening to Chuck Booms call for Johnny Manziel to become the starter, you can find me on WEWS Channel 5’s Dawgs on the Run webcast. This year, host Andy Baskin is joined by Andre Knott as they break down the action with people like Tim Couch, Kenny Roda, The
Continuing to be baffled by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL.
Craig Lyndall (@WFNYCraig) and Dave Sterling (@dimoko) discuss the Browns’ 23-21 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The Browns did everything well for much of the game except win. Here’s what else we talked about. Browns lose to the Ravens Pettine’s penalties Dave’s Uber riders Craig Calls for Joe Banner to come on the podcast The
The Cleveland Browns lost the chess match. With the ball deep in their own territory, they punted it back to the Ravens with about two minutes to go in the game and an impossibly small one-point lead 21-20. It left the Ravens with plenty of time and only about 20 yards to get a game-winning
The Cleveland Browns put together an impressive 80-yard drive to take a 7-3 lead, but ended up giving up a nearly identical one to trail at the half 10-7. The Ravens had no issues running the ball against the Browns, but it was a blown coverage by Barkevious Mingo that allowed fullback Kyle Juszczyk to
I don’t know why I thought this celebration was old school Jamal Lewis on Twitter, but everyone set me straight. Repeatedly. Something about seeing it on the football field caused a brain fart, but this is Terrance West emulating LeBron James after scoring a first quarter touchdown for the Cleveland Browns over West’s hometown Baltimore Ravens. All
We watched the Ravens so you didn’t have to. Thank us later.
“Who are you watching?” It was a Thursday night in September, and my wife seemed a little surprised there was an NFL game on TV. Looking up from the couch, I told her it was Pittsburgh at Baltimore. “Ohhhh. Your favorite teams.” I was about to gently remind her that I dislike no teams as