Mike Burgermeister of 603Brown.com joined me to talk about the Browns latest loss to the Buffalo Bills. Brian Hoyer looked horrendous, Mike Pettine made the move to Johnny Manziel and the rest is history. But, what does that all mean for next Sunday against the Colts? The matchup with the Colts is a good one
Dave Sterling (@dimoko) joined me to talk about all the sports iinactivity. The Browns are on their bye. The Tribe said goodbye for the year. The Cavs haven’t started yet. We talked about fun stuff like ceiling fans. Bye week activities Life without a QB controversy Judging the Indians differently Browns dysfunction isn’t a defense
Once upon a time this podcast would have been called a “commenter interview,” but Kanicki started a great site. Craig and Mike Burgermeister (@jimkanicki) talked about lots of things from the Cleveland Browns to Soccer and the UFC. If you want to get in on the Cheddar Bay competition this year, please go to the
In the latest of our episodes discussing music, Craig and Andrew decided to take some time to talk about our favorite albums of all time. As always, these are just our own personal picks and not so much a declaration of the universal best albums of all time. With that in mind, we thus implore
Craig is in Boston this weekend for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, but that didn’t stop him from calling me up for another podcast episode. Admittedly, I like most of my fellow WFNY writers are pretty envious that Craig is lucky enough to take in this impressive and prestigious sports media conference in person,
First off, a warning. This is not a sports podcast. However, with things being kind of quiet in the sports world right now (it’s not like there’s a big game this weekend or anything, right?), and it being the weekend and all, Craig and I decided to try something a little different. One of both
The Art Modell talk has been going strong lately, and in this episode Craig and I discussed the former Browns owner’s upcoming consideration for the pro football Hall of Fame. We tried as much as possible to not rehash all the excellent pieces that have been written on the subject lately, but some of the
Craig has had a pretty long string of guests on who, when talking about the NBA, have prefaced their opinions with a disclaimer that they don’t really follow the NBA much. So I begged Craig to let me come on and talk about the sport. He was nice enough to oblige. Some topics we touched
‘Tis the season for Year-End Best of 2012 lists. Here at WFNY, we’re doing the Top Sports Stories of 2012, but in today’s podcast, Craig and I veered off sports a bit to talk about some of our favorite music of the year. We recognize that this only reflect our own personal interests, but we
Bye week banter with a case of election hangover. Craig and Rick talk about some of the following. Things like elections and superstorms can make writing about sports seem pretty silly and irrelevant The Browns on their bye week All fourth downs are not created equally The new Cavaliers and how exciting Dion Waiters’ Clippers
Newest member of the WFNY team Ryan Jones joined me a couple nights ago to talk about the Browns and the Cavs and what it’s like to be a Clevelander transplanted into the heart of Texas. Dallas fans and their relationship with Tony Romo Is it a football fan’s worst nightmare to have to rely
Rick and Craig are back at it again and no we still don’t have an opener. Sorry, I was too busy bringing a new child into the world. Excuse me. Get off my back, ok? Anyway, Rick and I talked about the Browns and Buckeyes mostly. As soon as I get TD or Jon on
They’re back: WFNY podcasts with the ever-great folks over at Cleveland.com. Today, Dan Labbe and I sit down to rehash what was said by Browns President Mike Holmgren; who willl be calling plays next season; what’s the future of Peyton Hills; where can this team still improve on defense? Following the lengthy Browns-related discussion, we
Hey, did you hear about Jim Tressel? Well, with Craig, Rick and Andrew offering their most-excellent thoughts on all things Ohio State earlier this week, TD and I pulled up our respective e-chairs with Dan Labbe over at Cleveland.com to discuss our takes on the matter as well as the future for one Luke Fickell.
Another Friday afternoon, another WFNY Podcast ripe for your respective cochlea. This time around, Craig and I sit down with Cleveland.com’s Dan Labbe to discuss a bevy of C-town topics: – What if the Cavs do not get a top-two pick in the upcoming draft? – Is there a future for Daniel Gibson in Cleveland? –
In our latest edition of the WFNY podcast recorded by the lovely folks over at Cleveland.com, Craig and I discuss all three teams – a rarity these days that all three squads have something worth discussing! Was there any way to read between the lines with Tom Heckert? Will the Browns trade down? What new
In the latest edition of the WFNY Cleveland.com podcast Craig and Scott are back to talk Cleveland sports. Producer Dan Labbe asks questions about… -Rooting for the Cavs to lose? -Is Irving the right man for the Cavs? -Could the Cavs make the playoffs next season? -How bad will the Cavs attendance drop next year?
In the latest edition of the WFNY Cleveland.com podcast Scott and TD talk Cavaliers and Indians. Producer Dan Labbe asks questions about… – What did this team do differently on Wednesday night against the Lakers? – Do you expect the Cavaliers to make a trade by the deadline? – Will the Indians focus on power
In the latest edition of the WFNY Cleveland.com podcast DP and Andrew talk Cavaliers and losing streaks. Producer Dan Labbe asks questions about… -The Detroit game and player’s efforts. -Will the streak end soon? -How much value does Antawn Jamison have left? -Which current players are part of the future for this team? -How much
Now that the Browns are done and moving on to a very important matter of hiring a coach, TD and I sit down with Cleveland.com’s Dan Labbe to discuss a variety of Browns coaching search-related topics. Is Mike Holmgren coming down to the sidelines? Is this search Jon Gruden or bust? What about Marty Morninwhig?