Should the Cleveland Browns pick from the fruit of the Belichick tree again?
The Bad News Browns have struck again! Wednesday afternoon, we learned the Browns could be in hot water for Ray Farmer’s Texts From the Press Box and that Kyle Shanahan made a THIRTY-TWO point Powerpoint justifying his exit from the organization. And all this on the heels of Johnny Manziel checking into treatment and Josh
Will Gibson somehow convinced me to talk about the Royal Rumble on the WFNY podcast. I’m down to talk about anything at least once. I can’t see WWE becoming a regular topic, but I had no problem going down the nostalgic path to talk about WWE. Here’s what else we talked about. The Cavaliers traded
Obviously this is very very early and means very very little in the scheme of things. Most of it is just pure coincidence and anecdotal. Still, sometimes this stuff is more interesting than the things we can make up. I know everyone wanted to talk about the Belichick vs. Mangini storyline last week and I
It is after hours here at WFNY, but I thought you might all enjoy watching Josh Cribbs’ block that helped Colt McCoy get that first ever NFL rushing TD. Go ahead. Watch it once or one thousand times.
Take all the joy you had yesterday after the Browns game, subtract all of the surprise and you have what it feels like to be a fan of a good football team in the NFL. If the Browns keep up this level of effort throughout the rest of the season and play with this much
The Browns have stunned the Patriots 34-14. There will be analysis later. For now, the video of the day has to be Brian Daboll celebrating and getting smashed by Joe Thomas. Daboll was celebrating a Peyton Hillis TD that iced the victory for the Browns.
When and Where: Sunday November 7th, 2010 – 1:00 PM – Cleveland Browns Stadium – Cleveland, OH Overview: Everyone in the national media wants to continue the Mangini vs. Belichick storyline for this game. And now for something completely different. I couldn’t possibly care less about that storyline. Belichick’s run here in Cleveland is long
Last night on Twitter, James Davis tweeted, “Finally was granted with my wish..” A day after being a healthy scratch for the Browns in their victory over the New Orleans Saints, it wasn’t too difficult to figure out what his wish was. Adam Caplan confirmed the move a few minutes later adding that the Browns
While we are all readying for whatever should occur tonight versus the Ravens, I have some random football-y things that occurred to me this morning and over the weekend. Even with the Browns game not happening until Monday, it wasn’t like I was going to take advantage of unseasonably nice weather or anything. Why would
Although the word staph is never mentioned in this post, it is morbidly refreshing to hear this story come out about Tom Brady a few days after Kellen Winslow’s statements about his infections. You don’t root for anyone to be injured, but sometimes it feels like Cleveland is the only city that contracts infections after
Spy Gate Hits Close To Home I’ll be honest, I don’t remember anything about the Browns game in New England on December 9th, 2001. It was 7 years ago, and the if anything sticks out about the 2001 season, it was the following week at home against Jacksonville….the bottle throwing game (on a side note….why
Browns Nab Wideout From The Patriots It’s been a busy free agency period so far for the Browns. First, they re-signed running back Jamal Lewis. Then, as free agency opened, the Browns signed quarterback Derek Anderson to a 3 year deal. Next they traded for defensive lineman Corey Williams and defensive lineman Shaun Rogers. Now,
Picks Of The Week – January 31, 2008 For those of you who may not be familiar with the GAMBLOG segment, it started at my old site when one of my friends and readers, Matt, approached me with the idea to write a weekly blog within my blog about his pick(s) of the week. I