The Chicago Bears are reportedly interested in trading receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall has had a hugely productive career, including putting on one of the most incredible receiving days I’ve ever seen in person when his Denver Broncos lost at the hands of Peyton Manning’s Colts.1 Marshall went off for 200 yards on 21 receptions and
The Browns are in the win column, hooray! What’s that? The Colts are dreadful? Don’t harsh my buzz. The important thing is that the Browns *should* have won that game, and they did. And, they did it with defense, for the most part. They never let the Colts get into the end zone until the
IT’S CLEVELAND AND MIAMI!! RAWWRR!! Oh, wait, that was last night. Well, here we are at 4-7, coming off a “wow, how did they not lose that game?” performance in the second half last Sunday against the Panthers. I’ve almost run out of witty things to say about this Browns team, as the injuries seem
For a lot of people, the arrogance and brashness of defensive backs is a turn off. I don’t generally like that kind of swagger in people, but I am willing to accept that it might be a necessary attribute for the job of NFL cornerback. It really makes you look stupid on days when you
Stop us if you have heard this one before: Browns quarterback Brady Quinn is rumored to be a trade chip, going to Denver for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. This weekend, The Denver Post threw the Cleveland Browns as a possible destination for the disgruntled receiver and managed to add Brady Quinn’s name into the mix.
So, as I sit here ready to write up the bullets for this week, I turned on the Palladia channel so I could listen/watch David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) play guitar as I write. And wouldn’t you know it, when I started typing, the alarm clock went off to start the song “Time.” It might seem
Not all that long ago, it was rumored that Eric Mangini and the Browns were interested in trading for disgruntled wide receiver Brandon Marshall. After admitting that he is nowhere close to knowing the Broncos playbook, Marshall recently took to a practice intentionally dropping passes and punting footballs instead of giving them to the ball
I love Josh Cribbs. I love his TV show Josh’s Cribs. Cribbs embodies all that I want to like about professional football. He was an undrafted free agent who switched positions and has made a career for himself in the NFL just by sheer desire and will. If not for his kickoff returns, there was
Denver 34, Cleveland 30 It’s hard to put into words how horrible that loss was. I’ll give it a try.