Happy Tuesday WFNY! I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving weekend! I know I sure did. I got to spend time with family and eat some amazing food and watch my Ohio State Buckeyes systematically dismantle their hated rivals to the north. It was a truly great weekend all around. And then Monday Night Football
Coming to terms with OSU-MSU and trying to make sense of J.R. Smith
Hi faithful readers of WFNY. Welcome to Tuesday of the bye week. Did you guys have a good week since last Tuesday? I did. Other than Sunday, of course. So let’s start right there with the Browns. I know, I know, I know. I should be leading off with the Cavaliers. I’m a basketball guy,
Cleveland Cavaliers (8-2) 105 Milwaukee Bucks (5-5) 108 (Double OT) Box Score Well, it had to end at some point. The Cleveland Cavaliers probably weren’t going to go 81-1. After losing the season opener, the Cavs went on a nice eight-game winning streak to fill Cleveland with some good, warm, fuzzy feelings about this season’s
Cleveland Cavaliers 90 New York Knicks 84 [Box Score] It won’t be remembered as the prettiest game ever played, but the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to grind out a come from behind win in New York against the Knicks on Friday night. The Cavaliers had a solid enough first quarter, but for the rest of
One week before the bye week, the Cleveland Browns (2-7) have failed to live up to pre-season expectations. Coming off a Thursday night loss to Cincinnati, the Browns are heading to Pittsburgh to play the arch-rival Steelers (5-4). We may not see any orange helmets in a postseason game, but could beating the Steelers partially
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! In the past week since my last WWW, the Cleveland Browns only lost one more game than the Cleveland Cavaliers did, so it must be a great week! It’s a great week because the Browns have a bye week and I don’t have to waste my Sunday on them again. [muffled whispering
Indiana Pacers (3-4) 97 Cleveland Cavaliers (6-1) 101 Box Score Great news, everyone! The Browns didn’t lose this Sunday! What a relief. This means that there was also a 3.4-4 hour sadness void in everyone’s Sunday that I hope everyone put to good use. It was a pleasant-looking autumnal day in Cleveland, Ohio, perfect for
Philadelphia 76ers (0-5) 102 Cleveland Cavaliers (5-1) 108 Box Score In light of the Browns rotten Thursday night performance against the Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL Network’s premiere of A Football Life: Paul Brown, Friday easily could have been declared National Art Modell Is a Bastard Day (well, at least in Northeast Ohio). But, praise
The Bengals have a 7-0 record. The Browns have Johnny Manziel under center. How will the quarterback fare on national television?
“How do I properly enjoy a Cleveland Browns game?” and, “Is it always this awful?” We answer each of those questions in kind with, “You don’t — you merely survive,” and, “Yes, yes it is.”
New York Knicks (2-3) 86 Cleveland Cavaliers (4-1) 96 Box Score The Cleveland Cavaliers started slowly on Wednesday night, making it two straight games in which they were less than magnificent in the first quarter after sleepwalking through Monday’s first quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers. The New York Knicks jumped to an 11-2 lead, looking
The Cleveland Indians have not won the World Series in a while. How do their postseason accomplishments and droughts stack up against the rest of the clubs?
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! I’ve been staring at the screen for 15 minutes now before typing this, unsure of what I really want to talk about this week. Not that there isn’t a lot going on, what with the JT Barrett suspension, the Cleveland Browns season going on, and the Cleveland Cavaliers starting their season. But
Miami Heat (1-1) – 92 Cleveland Cavaliers (2-1) – 102 Box Score Halloween is a time scares — of ghouls, ghosts, bogeyman, the undead, the demonic, the possessed, the menacing, evil, terrors, corporate sponsorship by the Mars candy company, witches, warlocks, magic potions, evil spells, monsters, and the deranged wielding rusty cutting utensils. It’s in
The Browns welcome the Cardinals to Cleveland for the first time since 2003 looking to turn their season around. Will NFC West-leading Arizona continue its winning ways?
Happy Thursday, WFNYers. The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the win column after a squeaker in Memphis, and we finally have a welcome distraction from the purgatory that is Browns fandom. I trust that you’ve all picked out your Cleveland-sports-themed Halloween costumes for this weekend? I might just tell all my friends inviting me to Halloween
Because who doesn’t want to dress up like John Adams?
It’s (finally) basketball time!
The Browns and Rams clash in the dome both seeking to return to relevancy. Josh McCown versus Nick Foles in the battle of journeymen quarterbacks.