The Browns and Johnny Manziel should say goodbye to each other and learn from their mistakes
Mike Pettine has demoted Johnny Manziel to third string. Are *you* upset about the Browns latest blunder, or does it feel too familiar to get mad about?
Johnny is one thing. What about Justin Gilbert and Dwayne Bowe?
What a way to head in to the bye.
The not-so-serious look at the Browns weekly football game. This time the boys interview Roy Farmer.
There are many within the Browns organization who believe Mike Pettine is making decisions to spite Ray Farmer.
After the Cleveland Browns’ 31-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last Thursday night, Jimmy Haslam’s team has participated in nine games and 1,291 plays. Six other teams have played nine games and 24 teams have played only eight games. On Monday night, the Bears played their eighth game and the Chargers played their ninth. At any rate, I’m passing
The Cleveland Browns are a mess, but can Mike Pettine be the one to clean it up?
Should the Cleveland Browns fire Ray Farmer? You be the judge.
The Cleveland Browns stink, but signing an Internet petition or holding a sign in Berea won’t help.
In the event Mike Pettine had any delusions of grandeur regarding his quarterback position and the polarizing nature of his decisions going forward, the Cleveland Browns head coach was done no favors on Thursday night as America looked on. Sure, the Browns lost. And sure, Johnny Manziel took his lumps, but if anything became more
The good news is Joe Thomas is still a Brown. The bad news is he almost wasn’t, and that would have been a minor tragedy.
Ray Farmer did not win the press conference.
The rebuilding Cleveland Browns are damned if they do and damned if they don’t.
Lamenting the Browns latest trick, starring Ray Farmer’s sweaty press conference and a near-trade of Joe Thomas.
The Cleveland Browns season is done, so just stop freaking out about it. Accept that it’s gone.
The Cleveland Browns aren’t winning the Super Bowl, but their season isn’t over yet.
The image above says it all.
A lot of winners despite a loss.
A. The Cleveland Browns’ victory last Sunday was symbolic. Every battle between the expansion Cleveland Browns over the former Cleveland Browns/now Baltimore Ravens is a reminder that Cleveland’s NFL franchise has been its own worst enemy since its return in 1999. With each change of owners or general managers or head coaches or coordinators … Indeed,