It’s Friday and I’m writing this one really early because I have plans on Thursday night. I have no idea if the Cavs or Buckeyes won their games last night, but I’ll try and entertain you for a bit while you, you know, wait… To receiver or not to receiver… Obviously the Browns need to
What’s your favorite sport? Baseball? Basketball? Or the NFL Draft? Such is the state of Cleveland football that fans are heard to say after the NFL’s regular season ends, “Now the fun starts, getting ready for the draft.” So, this is for fans like “Neil from Cleveland” who asked recently on a sports call-in show,
A blast from the past, it feels like I’ve probably even posted this before, but I don’t care. Back on October 24, 1993 Eric Metcalf returned two punts for touchdowns against the hated Pittsburgh Steelers. The Browns finished that season 7-9, but they won that game 28-23. And Metcalf’s 75-yard return for a TD was
The best part of the Cleveland Browns’ win over the Pittsburgh Steelers used to be Browns fans enjoying the week. That enjoyment took a different level after I saw this video of a Steelers fan losing it on his team. “Offense terrible! Defense terrible!”
The Browns took a 21-3 lead into halftime after a slow start. The injuries were starting to pile up. 3rd Quarter The Browns and Steelers traded punts for a bit. The Browns couldn’t take advantage of having the ball back to start the third quarter. Isaiah Crowell was having none of it though. 24-yard run
In lieu of an in-depth first half recap, I decided I’d catalog some of the best Tweets as the action happened. I’ll have a game recap when it’s all over. 1st Quarter Steelers vs. Browns brings out all the stars. Here’s Dustin Fox who apparently found “Papa John” Schnatter. Cleveland, Papa John is in you.
The Browns went up on the Steelers 14-3 in the second quarter after finally finding their tempo on offense. All the failed rushing attempts weren’t for nothing though. The Browns used play-action perfectly to find Jordan Cameron twice. He merely set up an Isaiah Crowell running TD on the first touchdown. He wouldn’t let himself
Dave Bryan and Craig Lyndall break down the Browns vs. Steelers
Not even the Cub Scouts can steer a Cleveland Browns fan in the wrong direction.
A look at the offensive side of the ball in the Cleveland Browns’ loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1.
Hope springs eternal every Cleveland autumn.
There’s good news and bad news. The bad news is Ian Rapoport is hearing that Ben Tate will miss between two and four weeks with his knee strain. The good news is that his knee strain is just that. Not a tear or anything that will require surgery. What is the timeline for injured #Browns
WFNY takes a look inside the numbers of the Browns’ season opening loss in Pittsburgh.
The Cleveland Browns looked like a team that was even worse than the Browns we traded in the last time they were in Pittsburgh and lost 20-7. At the end of the first half, I thought for sure the Browns had made a massive mistake when they started over again and fired Rob Chudzinski, Norv
The Cleveland Browns not only trailed massively at the end of the first half, but they also lost their first string running back Ben Tate to an apparent knee injury. #Browns RB Ben Tate has knee injury. Return questionable. Was hurt on his best run of day. — Scott Petrak ct (@ScottPetrak) September 7, 2014
The Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t that good. They didn’t really improve their roster as they waved goodbye to veterans. And yet, the eight-win Steelers plastered the Cleveland Browns in the first half of the first game of the 2014 season. The Browns got down 27-3 in the first half. Three touchdowns and a two field goals
Mike Burgermeister and I break down the Cleveland Browns and their matchup with the Steelers to open the 2014 season. How good are the Steelers actually? Beyond Ben Roethlisberger, what do the Steelers have going for them. When will their defenders hit the age wall? Joe Haden matching up with Antonio Brown. We also discussed
No AFC North rivalry is better than Joe Haden and Antonio Brown. Can Haden make up for 2013?
Can the Browns rekindle a rivalry that was once one of the best in the NFL?