The Cleveland Browns are 4-3 on the year after beating the Oakland Raiders 23-13 on Sunday. The game was a close match throughout with the Browns able to push away in the fourth quarter. The Browns have struggled on offense over the past few weeks, but in the wake of these struggles the Browns defense has
The Cleveland Browns rebounded from their sleepwalk in Jacksonville to knock off the Raiders 23-13 at home on Sunday. The game was a bore through the first three quarters as the teams traded punts and field goals, but Brian Hoyer found Andrew Hawkins in the end zone late in the third quarter to wake up FirstEnergy Stadium and
The Cleveland Browns game was a wild affair on Twitter? Did you miss it? Don’t worry. I got you. Third Quarter In case you forgot what the Browns are really missing, Dustin Fox reminds us all that it’s a Josh Gordon watch… We need Josh Gordon back. Bad. — Dustin Fox (@DustinFox37) October 26, 2014
Browns fans have suffered a lot, but not much on Sunday. The Browns beat the Steelers 31-10.
The Cleveladn Browns released their inactive list this morning ahead of their AFC North clash with the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. As expected, the defensive line is quite depleted with Ahtyba Rubin, Phil Taylor, and Billy Winn all inactive for this game, leaving them with only Desmond and Armonty Bryant and the seldom-used to this point
As if the secondary couldn’t get any worse…
The Cleveland Browns defensive secondary has struggled so far this season. Early on, I thought it had more to do with the pass rush not working and opposing quarterbacks having too much time. It also didn’t help that the first three quarterbacks the Browns faced this year — Roethlisberger, Flacco and Brees — are all guys
Mike Burgermeister joined me to discuss the Browns’ miraculous come-from-behind victory over the Titans. Here’s what we discussed. Kyle Shanahan love Ben Tate running the ball Why doesn’t Jabaal Sheard play more? Is Barkevious Mingo a bust? Brian Hoyer’s comeback Justin Gilbert, Joe Haden and man vs. zone The Titans losing poise after Locker hit
WE COULDA BEEN FOUR AND OH!
Sometimes you can be satisfied with a loss as a fan or commentator. Other times you can be miserable with a win. Maybe I’ll change my mind later as the week moves along, but right now I’m not happy even as the Browns came back and beat the Titans 29-28 after trailing 28-10 at the
The first quarter of the NFL season is behind us so it’s a natural point to stop and take a look at the Cleveland Browns and see Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine’s portfolio of players to see whose stock is rising and whose is falling. Earlier this week we started with the guys you can send
Many areas to be fixed over the course of one bye week.
It’s revolutionary, really.
Have Joe Haden’s statistics been the result of unforgiving tasks?
Joe Haden’s name has been on the wrong side of this ledger all too often.
Everybody’s a winner! Well, mostly…
From Markus Wheaton to Marques Colston: Welcome to the NFL, Justin.
No AFC North rivalry is better than Joe Haden and Antonio Brown. Can Haden make up for 2013?
Brown took Haden to school in 2013. Who wins this time around?
At least we’re not… Oakland? ESPN’s NFL Nation did a confidential survey of 82 players and Oakland was the team they’d least like to play for. That’s what the poll concluded after the prompted statement, “The only way I’d play for [team name] is if they doubled my salary.” The Browns came in third after