Cleveland Browns fans, our beloved quarterback from this past year may be looking for a new contract. He may be looking to capitalize on a year where he helped turn around a franchise that was destined for the cellar only one week into the season. But do you think that stops him from enjoying life?
Browns’ Guard Leading Pro Bowl Voting With just 2 weeks left to vote for the Pro Bowl, NFL.com has released the leading vote grabbers to this point. Cleveland Browns’ left guard Eric Steinbach is leading all AFC guards in votes with 293,339 nominations. The NFL did not release any other information, so there is no
Easily, the biggest news in the Cleveland area has nothing to do with Cleveland at all. The Twins dealing Johan Santana to the National League is very intriguing, as Rick covered yesterday. I personally can’t wait for all of the talk radio caller-types to come to the table saying that the Twins just “gave” the
Power Rankings and DA’s Future Time to look around at the power rankings and Browns analysis for this week. Coming off the big win over the Texans this week, optimism is still the key word. Regarding the Power Rankings, the Browns have basically hit that part of the rankings where even with big wins it’s
Hear me out Browns’ fans. I’m not saying he should be the starting QB… As the Browns continue to win, and get closer to the playoffs, Derek Anderson cements his place as the team’s starting QB. He will get Pro-Bowl consideration this season. He has led this team to their best record since my nephew
Browns Ink Coach To 2 Year Extension Through 2011 The Cleveland Browns have officially come to terms on a new contract extension for head coach Romeo Crennel. The 2 year extension, through 2011, is believed to be worth around $4 million per year. Obviously, RAC is thrilled. According to his agent, Joe Linta,
Browns Offer Contract Extensions To Anderson And Lewis Ok, Jamal Lewis I get. He’s an unrestricted free agent, the Browns have no other viable options at running back right now. He’s likely to be significantly cheaper than what Michael Turner will be asking for on the open market. He rushed for over 1,300 yards last
Easy there big guy, take a breath. One game at a time. For once it wasn’t all Derek Anderson and the flying receivers. The defense and especially the running game contributed to this win. Chud’s game plan was terrific in this one. I will admit that in the first half I was a bit skeptical.
Browns Play Complete Game, Dominate Texans To Claim 5th Win In Last 6 Games The crazy, unconventional overtime wins and losses on last second field goals are fun, but every once in a while it’s also nice to play a complete game and win one handily. That’s exactly what happened today, as the Browns took
This comes as no surprise to anyone who follows the Browns. ESPN’s page 2 came out with a list of the most hated owners in all of sports. That Art Modell came in first is not a surprise to me, the surprise was that he wasn’t second and thrid as well. Former Cavs owner Ted
Week 12 Houston Texans vs Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium Cleveland, Ohio 1:00 PM This week, two of the more improved teams in the NFL square off as the Browns (6-4) take on the Houston Texans (5-5). Every game from here on in is huge, that goes without saying, but it is especially important that
Analysts Buying Into Browns’ Playoff Chances…With Caution Time to take our weekly look at what the analysts and writers out there are saying about our beloved Brownies, along with a look at the various power rankings. Coming after a nothing short of stunning victory in week 11 in Baltimore, the overall mood continues to be
Browns Come Back, Then Hang On I’ll admit, I was out of town this weekend for a family reunion, and I wasn’t able to catch all that much of the Browns game this week. I watched the first quarter with my dad, and then we had to head over to my granparents’ house, and wasn’t
NFL Analysts Pleased With Browns’ Direction So the baseball season is over, and the basketball season has yet to begin. That leaves us with just our beloved Brownies playing real games right now. Normally, that would be cause for nothing but more heartache and upset stomaches. But not this year. Optimism is abound when it
What’s Being Said And What I Think Just a couple follow up thoughts on the Browns. I’m going to the Ohio State basketball game tonight and then will be watching the Cavs first game tonight, so I wanted to make sure to post something on here today. First things first, lets look at some power
File that one under ‘we’ll take it’. The Browns won ugly, but they won a game on the road for the first time this season, and they won consecutive games for the first time since 2003. They overcame an early 14 point hole en route to a 27-20 victory.
What To Do With So Much Free Time So the Browns have a bye week this week. *YAWN* I suppose it’s ok, though, because I wouldn’t want to overload this week with a Browns game and then Game 7 of the ALCS (oh please, oh please, oh please don’t let there be a Game 7).
The bye week has come and gone. Now the Browns prepare for the stretch drive. They sit at 3-3, and have some very winnable games coming up. This week they play the winless St. Louis Rams. This Rams team has certainly been one of the bigger disappointments of the NFL so far. That being said,
I am a Cleveland sports fan. I was raised that way. I’m not the only one. I know that around Ohio, and scattered around the country, people were hurting as I was yesterday. I feel like Victor does in this photo. I could hardly watch at the end either. I never saw the last half
What a role reversal. The Baltimore Ravens came into Cleveland and got pushed around a little for the first time since the Browns returned to the league. Perhaps most ironic was that former Ravens were doing the pushing. Jamal Lewis and Derek Anderson had good days for the Browns, getting a little revenge against their