Johnny Manziel ran for 108 yards against the Chiefs. That’s great, but that doesn’t mean he played a good game at quarterback — or that all that running is a good idea for the future.
Another Manziel video could cloud his future after a solid game
Johnny Football was back, but there was no Mike Evans to be found.
Close, but no cigar. The Cleveland Browns nearly pulled off an impressive comeback but came up short to the Kansas City Chiefs, 17-13. The Browns fell behind with an early 14-point deficit, but fought back to come within 18 yards to the game-winning touchdown. With 1:52 left, the Browns put together a 52-yard drive, but
The confusing and dumbfounding year that is the Browns 2015 season has gotten even more weird this week. The Browns have decided to make wide receiver Terrelle Pryor inactive for their matchup in Kansas City versus the Chiefs. In his place, the Browns have activated receiver Dwayne Bowe for his reunion matchup versus his old
The Cleveland Browns are playing out the string in Kansas City against the Chiefs. Dave and Dylan get you ready as only they know how.
When the Cleveland Browns head to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, they’ll be doing so in their tenth uniform combination of the season. Per a tweet from the team on Wednesday, the Browns will be wearing white jerseys, brown pants, and orange socks in the Week 16 matchup against the
Three straight three and outs. The Kansas City Chiefs marching up and down the field, seemingly 14 plays at a pop to score points. An offense that looked like they wouldn’t cross midfield let alone score. Why do we waste our time with this? Because we love the Browns and that is what we do
I’m convinced (with no real empirical evidence) that Cleveland sports fans have more fun with less than any other city with professional sports teams. How else do you explain the continued fun of Mike Polk videos like The Factory of Sadness, and Ryan Pontbriand jerseys? Now, the modern age brings us Angry Browns Fan. Even
Scott Raab was on his way to the airport and it was a perfect opportunity for us to do our podcast as he was driven through NY traffic. Here’s the email I sent him the night before. Hope all is well. We’ll obviously talk about the Browns. I’m not going to say too much, just
The Browns announced their inactives this morning for their afternoon showdown against the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Linebacker Quentin Groves (who was doubtful) and defensive lineman Billy Winn (who was questionable) are both inactive today. Along with Groves and Winn, offensive lineman Garrett Gilkey, Patrick Lewis, and Martin Wallace are all inactive as well as
The Browns enter Arrowhead Stadium this afternoon as heavy underdogs and with a new starting quarterback for the third time this season. After the highs of the three-game winning streak, the team has lost two straight to NFC North opponents, and they’re looking to get back to the .500 mark. Facing one of the NFL’s
The only Jewish siblings in the NFL take each other on for the first time on Sunday. BY REBECCA MEISER It’s been 90 years since two brothers who remember each other’s bar mitzvahs have played on the same NFL field. And never has such a pair played against one another. Until Sunday– when Geoffrey Schwartz, an
With the Browns having played last Thursday, we thought everyone might like to chime in on the games they watched instead of the Browns this Sunday. So who did you see? Who was the big winner? Who blew it? WINNER: Peyton Manning. Manning threw an interception on Sunday, which was the big news. He only
Everyone loves when @SteelersDepot comes on the WFNY podcast. Yes, he’s a Steelers blogger, but his knowledge of the AFC North is gigantic. He’s as dedicated to it as anyone in the world, I think. So, when I want to find out what’s happening around the division, it’s an obvious call. Drop him a compliment
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Connecting the dots between a possible Kansas City-Miami trade that might affect the Browns’ plans with the No. 6 pick in the NFL Draft:
Silly season is obviously going on now. After visiting with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, there’s been a bit of a reversal in the Steve Breaston narrative. On Thursday and Friday, both the Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot and Elyria Chronicle-Telgram’s Scott Petrak respectively tweeted that the Browns would be unlikely to sign the free
Last weekend it was reported that an ‘unidentified team’ had a deal in place for San Francisco QB Alex Smith. Today, FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer reported that the team is indeed the Kansas City Chiefs. https://twitter.com/JayGlazer/status/306809645597605888 ESPN’s Adam Schefter has more details about the deal: “Chiefs traded second-round pick, the second pick in the second
Combine news was all over Twitter during the daytime on Sunday, but then CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora just recently dropped this quarterback news-bomb on the world: The 49ers have expressed to others that a deal for QB Alex Smith is effectively complete. Can’t be finalized til league year begins 3/12 — Jason La Canfora
Add one more to the list: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Browns also have requested permission to interview Ray Farmer, currently the Director of Pro Personnel for the Kansas City Chiefs: Browns have requested permission to interview SF’s Tom Gamble and Kansas City’s Ray Farmer for their GM job. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January