Ugh. Turkey coma. Good times. Due to Thanksgiving engagements, I am forgoing my trip up to Cleveland for this game. And, for some reason, I’m not all that sad about it. Having gone to so many games over the years, I’ve had the chance to see Peyton Manning shred our defense on more than one
As bad as it has been to follow the Browns recently, let us all remember that there are those out there less fortunate than ourselves. It could always be worse. Let us give thanks this day that we do not, in fact, root for the Detroit Lions, losers of 19 out of their last 20
Many of you may not have read any of my prior life blogging. I wouldn’t have blamed you, as I had a pretty transient life in the blogosphere prior to setting up camp with some of the best bloggers that Cleveland has to offer. However, my football-based blog had the occasional moment in the spotlight usually
Remember that finger that could not be damaged any further if Quinn were to play? Well, it appears that it has been damaged further. CLEVELAND (AP) — Browns quarterback Brady Quinn will miss the remainder of Cleveland’s season with a broken right index finger he made worse by playing on Sunday, according to several reports.
The much-discussed owner of the Cleveland Browns held a “reporter only” interview this morning. No cameras. No audio recording allowed. Reporters and their trusty pen and paper. Thanks to 850 AM WKNR, we have some of the takeaways: Lerner is not going to be entertaining Romeo Crennel options until the end of the season. He
Never a name you want to hear when it comes to someone on a team of your rooting interest: James Andrews. Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn will have his injured right index finger examined by noted orthopedist Dr. James Andrews.
We’re proud to announce a new partnership with our buddy Matt Loede over at Browns Gab! Each Monday night/Tuesday morning we will be doing a podcast show with Matt called “Browns Confidential” in which we will break down the previous game, tackle the issues of the day relative to the Browns, and look ahead to
I know that this season is over and we can’t get it back. I know our expectations were way high after a 10-win season. I know that the game against Houston feels like a complete rock bottom. I know all this. I am disappointed, dismayed, disgusted and about a million other words that start with
The Plain Dealer took a chance to discuss Braylon Edwards’ string of simply awful games this season. Surprisingly, Edwards did not ignore the media after the game this weekend. He touched on the fact that he is a completey different player than last season – something I think we could all agree on. But what
Today, I decided to do my bullets live as the game was happening. So, hopefully I won’t forget stuff because I am writing as it happens. So, I am going to break it down on first half and second half. On with the marathon of bullet points as they happened… First Half The Browns apparently
Not too much time to provide a long opener, folks. Quick hits: Brady’s finger is appartently “okay” enough for him to suit up. Thankfully, Kellen Winslow will also be active to provide Quinn with another target. In fact, only notable inactives are Shaun Smith and Travis Daniels, meaning that all of the guys we talked
I stared at my computer for about 45 seconds before starting to type this lead. What to say? Do I make a “Quinn’s broken finger” joke? Go with something about TK NK relative to Monday night’s game? How about a tasteful Phil Savage [bleep] you joke? In truth, thinking about it just made me tired,
Our good buddy Matt Loede over at Browns Gab recently came to me with an opportunity to join this week’s episode of “Gridiron Preview” over at his network’s radio and podcast home NFL Gridiron Gab. So, despite my multi-tasking of trying to drive home in rush-hour traffic while not crashing and at the same time
This team never stops amazing me. Just not too much in the good way. Why is it that it takes a huge play from someone that should have been on the field more to begin with for the coaches to finally say, “Hey, this guy may actually be pretty good!” In the case of Jerome
I have been a lazy writer lately. Every time I have an idea for an article, life gets in the way. A busy day at the office. An extra walk with the dog because she is too amped up. You know. The same stuff that gets in the way of you taking on all the
Despite all of the news and rumors circulating around the Phil Savage e-mail incident, I was purposely waiting to touch on it until it was confirmed. Well…it has been confirmed.
As if yesterday’s injury report was not enough… Report out of Berea is that quarterback Brady Quinn has recently seen a hand specialist, and that he has a fractured index finger on his throwing hand. When not practicing, Quinn will wear a splint on his finger. Romeo Crennel has said that Quinn will in fact play
After taking a nice shot from Buffalo’s Paul Posluszny this past Monday, Kellen Winslow underwent an MRI to check out any potential damage to his shoulder. The results of said imaging revealed that the tight end does in fact have a sprained shoulder and will be considered day-to-day with the Texans game coming up this
Another game, this time a win, but nearly the same feeling. I don’t know if I am completely emotionally divested from this team because of their record, but I took almost no joy from last night’s win. As was pointed out by WFNY regular The Bambino in the chat last night, you can NEVER root