Week 17 epitomized the Cleveland Browns’ 2016 with missed opportunities turning a lead into an overtime loss. WFNY’s final film room of the regular season takes a look.
Browns win. Browns win. Browns win.
This week’s Cleveland Browns Film Room takes a look back at how badly the Browns were tossed around in Buffalo. Read at your own risk.
Corey Coleman urged folks to watch the tape to see why he only caught three of 11 targets. We did.
Was Janoris Jenkins right? Did Terrelle Pryor do all of his damage against a zone defense? WFNY’s latest Film Room takes a look.
The Steelers got to the Browns eight times last Sunday. WFNY examines who was to blame for each of the quarterback takedowns in their latest film room.
Cody Kessler was pulled for a variety of reasons last Thursday, but his shortcomings are not entirely his fault. WFNY looks at the variable that have led to Kessler’s short-pass rookie season.
WFNY examines the Cleveland Browns’ miscommunication and horrible, horrible tackling on the defensive side of the ball.
What will Jamie Collins bring to Cleveland? In this week’s film room, we take a look at what the linebacker brings to the Browns defense, focusing on his skill set as a player.
The Cleveland Browns run defense had been good until they played the Cincinnati Bengals. Those big run plays and some big pass plays are dissected in this week’s film room.
The Cleveland Browns continue to get abused by opposing passers. WFNY’s latest Film Room looks at why.
The Browns running game and pass rush were non-existent against the Patriots. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert digs into the disaster in his latest film room.
One of the brightest spots of the winless Cleveland Browns has been Isaiah Crowell. WFNY examines how the running back has been able to emerge as one of the best in the NFL.
Terrelle Pryor has been on the best receivers in the NFL through three weeks. WFNY looks at his work against the Miami Dolphins.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film of the Browns game versus the Baltimore Ravens, examining the big plays that shaped the game.
The Cleveland Browns — once again — lost their season opener, falling to the Philadelphia Eagles, 29-10, on Sunday. Not much went right for Cleveland, including the debut of quarterback Robert Griffin III. In the game, Griffin completed just 12 of 26 passes for 190 yards and one interception. Beyond his poor performance, however, is
Snap reactions: An analytical look at the film of Cleveland Browns’ newest tackle, Auburn’s Shon Coleman.
Strength and Length: Cleveland Browns defensive end Carl Nassib is the latest rookie to get WFNY’s Film Room treatment.
Power, Technique, Versatility: A film study of the Cleveland Browns’ second-round draft selection, Oklahoma State’s Emmanuel Ogbah.
Size, speed, hands, and route running: A film-based look at the Cleveland Browns’ newest first-round draft pick, Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman.