Lamenting the Rams and (likely) Chargers relocating to LA, and reveling in the glory of the Spidercam.
WFNY’s Kyle Welch emembers what it was like for Cleveland to lose the Browns when he was young as the NFL decides whether to let the Chargers leave San Diego.
What went wrong in the final two minutes?
Cleveland Browns cornerback Tramon Williams said Wednesday that the NFL told him and the Browns that he wasn’t offside on the game-winning field goal attempt by the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, according to Mary Kay Cabot of Northeast Ohio Media Group. In case you forgot, Williams was called for offside on the first of
The Browns have given up a lot of big plays lately but Karlos Dansby isn’t ready to call it a trend.
The Browns have plenty to pull them down. The search continues for something or someone that can hold them steady.
The Browns lost in a Brownsish way so Dave and Craig talked about it.
Yes, there were actually a few winners…
Joe Haden didn’t play on Sunday for the Browns with a broken finger. Mike Pettine seemed to question that.
The most Browns Sunday in a very long time.
The Browns may have found a playmaker on offense in the form of rookie running back Duke Johnson. Johnson has been used quite a bit so far in the game versus the San Diego Chargers. His day was escalated when he received a dime pass from quarterback Josh McCown for his career touchdown in the
THIS COULD BE THE WEEK
Those out West are getting quite a deal.
Should Josh McCown be starting? Will the Browns finally run the ball (or stop the run)? Can they pressure Philip Rivers? Are the special teams a concern? The gang takes to the roundtable.
As the Browns head to the West Coast, we’ve got your weekly dose of the Browns Friday Fumble.
Knock Rivers down, and chances of victory go up.
San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt will reportedly interview with the Cleveland Browns on Saturday, according to perhaps somewhat of a surprise report on Thursday. Whisenhunt, 51, interviewed twice for the Browns head coaching position last year as well. Previously, CEO Joe Banner announced that the team would not be interviewing repeat candidates during
The NFL needs to get far more consistent making its own personal foul calls. When the Browns lost to the Ravens, I defended the technicality of the rules on a personal foul called on Browns receiver Josh Gordon on Ed Reed. On a technicality, Gordon was moving a bit back toward the Browns’ goal line
We all know yesterday’s game was kind of boring as far as NFL football games go. Maybe it was the weather, but regardless, there was basically a lone highlight in the game as the Browns punted nine straight times during the 7-6 victory over the Chargers. Even still, I was riding my exercise bike this
It’s that time of week again. Last week we had over 250 people weigh in and we’ve had about that pretty much every week. I think it only gets more and more interesting to see how Browns fans react to maybe the most inconsistent team we’ve seen since 1999. I know that’s saying a lot,