He was teflon in Berea for a long time, but the “Baby Backs” finally made him expendable. The Browns cut Chris Ogbonnaya loose ahead of the start of this year’s NFL season – along with Dion Lewis – as they counted on Ben Tate, Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell to carry the load. Well, it
Dave Sterling (@dimoko) joined me to talk about all the sports iinactivity. The Browns are on their bye. The Tribe said goodbye for the year. The Cavs haven’t started yet. We talked about fun stuff like ceiling fans. Bye week activities Life without a QB controversy Judging the Indians differently Browns dysfunction isn’t a defense
Josh Gordon has had many many (many) chances to “get it.” He had more chances than most guys get during his brief college career. Then he had a chance when he was drafted in the supplemental draft. Then he had a chance with the codeine / cough syrup ordeal. It gets tiresome even recounting Josh
In Cleveland over the last 15 years, we’ve looked in various directions for a team to have leadership. We looked at ownership and the vacuum that Randy Lerner created. We looked at guys like Mike Holmgren and Joe Banner. We looked at Phil Savage, Tom Heckert. Eric Mangini, Rob Chudzinski and Romeo Crennel. We even
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Many areas to be fixed over the course of one bye week.
It appears The Crow has leapfrogged Mr. West.
It’s revolutionary, really.
Have Joe Haden’s statistics been the result of unforgiving tasks?
If you sell them, he will come?
Johnny Manziel is big business for the news, so they are turning over every stone, no matter how small.
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.
The “Baby Backs” are certainly making things a little more interesting.
The latest edition of ESPN The Magazine comes fully quipped with outsourced, fan-generated content. In addition to discussing the best at various things (best cover corner, player with whom you’d most like to start an NFL franchise), they used metrics to decide which franchises in the four major sports are the best and created what
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
Joe Haden’s name has been on the wrong side of this ledger all too often.
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
It didn’t count, but it was still awesome.