The Browns have given up a lot of big plays lately but Karlos Dansby isn’t ready to call it a trend.
Missed blocks + missed holes ≠ touchdowns
The Browns have been bad. But don’t they deserve half a chance to prove themselves?
Week 3 finds our hero making new friends in the Muni Lot, tangling with terrifying Raiders fans, and dealing with more ribbing from Kyle Shanahan.
It’s the most worthless, obvious sentence that there is. But after Sunday’s loss to the Raiders, a Steelers fan at a bus stop unwittingly summed up the whole AFC North.
Khalil Mack went high on Josh McCown and it went uncalled. Was it the right non-call?
FOURTEEN OF ‘EM SUNDAY
Yes, there were actually a few winners.
The Browns loss to the Raiders must sit at the feet of head coach Mike Pettine.
Brian Hartline’s circus catch will certainly warrant mention on SportsCenter’s Top Plays.
With the Cleveland Browns set to host the Oakland Raiders Sunday afternoon, the team announced their Week 3 inactive list. Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe highlights the list, along with defensive lineman Desmond Bryant and defensive back K’Waun Williams. The nine million-dollar guaranteed man, Bowe has been nothing short of disappointing so far in Cleveland. After
The Cleveland Browns are set to face the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Here’s your Browns Friday Fumble.
Call it the McCown Effect?
ESPN is talking about NFL free agency thus far and the Cleveland Browns appear at the bottom of the list with a big fat letter grade “D.” Mike Sando, Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Field Yates and former Browns scout Matt Williamson discussed free agency to this point for many teams, but Williamson’s quotes are the
The Indianapolis Colts cut bait with Trent Richardson and now we know where T-Rich will attempt to do his Marshawn Lynch impression. The Oakland Raiders announced the signing on their Twitter page. The Raiders have signed free agent RB Trent Richardson. #WelcomeToTheFamily pic.twitter.com/ZHmkFPVb01 — OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) March 17, 2015 I won’t be actively rooting
Who ordered the vanilla shake?
You know it was a barn-burner when the kicker and punter get the featured image.
The Cleveland Browns offense was ugly and the defense carried the day. That’s not something we could say early on in the Browns’ season when the team was averaging more than three TDs per game on the scoreboard. Well, now the Browns can’t run the ball, have a tough time finding the end zone, 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
Were you not on Twitter during the Browns game? That’s O.K. I was there for you. Here’s how it all went down. First Quarter Browns kicked the ball off to the Raiders to start the game. McFadden could go for 150+ today. #Browns rushing D still suspect. — Jeremy Somerville (@SomervilleCLE) October 26, 2014 Paul