Cleveland has had two constants in the last 10 years: WFNY coverage of all sports and constant churn of Cleveland Browns quarterbacks.
A game-by-game review of the Cleveland Browns 2015 season, from Josh McCown’s fumblecopter in Week 1 to the Week 17 beatdown at the hands of the Steelers.
Johnny Manziel ran for 108 yards against the Chiefs. That’s great, but that doesn’t mean he played a good game at quarterback — or that all that running is a good idea for the future.
Headlines galore, 2015 was once again a year of Johnny.
Johnny Manziel: Balancing the “Gunslinger” with shooting one’s self in the foot.
The Browns’ blue chippers need to come from the top of the draft — not hoping that someone like Terrelle Pryor turns into a Pro Bowler.
The ever-evolving debate regarding consistency versus rebuilding in Berea.
The Browns and Johnny Manziel should say goodbye to each other and learn from their mistakes
On the arms race of minutiae that is modern American football.
Are the Cleveland Browns the clowns they are accused of being, or are they just reflections of the Cleveland sports culture?
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
When the Browns suit up tonight in Cincinnati to face the Bengals, they’ll be without the services of six starters, four of whom suffered concussions in last Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Among those in the league’s concussion protocol are two starting defensive backs, Joe Haden and Donte Whitner. A third DB, Jordan Poyer,
The rebuilding Cleveland Browns are damned if they do and damned if they don’t.
Things are not looking up for Mike Pettine.
For the Browns there are nemeses aplenty. Actual rivalries? Not so much.
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,
As baseball fans have transitioned from the regular season to the postseason, Cleveland fans can enjoy the MLB playoffs without the added anxiety and tension of watching one’s own team. Pick a team to root for in the postseason (if you must) while WFNY baseball writers, Mssrs Bode, Clayman and Pietro take one last look
Will Jimmy Haslam ride out the storm or pull the plug yet again?
Three games in and the Browns are embroiled in controversy. But how much of it is legitimate, and how much is due to the way we consume and discuss the NFL?
You’ve heard of the Prevent Defense? This was the Prevent Offense.