According to Fred Greetham in Berea, Derek Anderson will start once again in week 4 against the Bengals- Romeo Crennel announced that Derek Anderson will start against the Bengals, but Brady Quinn ‘will be ready’. Crennel said he wouldn’t say any more about the situation, but sounded as though Anderson was on a short leash.
Hello, is Travis there? Travis…Phil Savage, Cleveland Bro- Oh, you remember me? Good well, I’d like to ask you a few questions… Well, I know that we have a bit of a history that has had its ups and downs over the last three years.
I thought that we were all due for a little Browns news today. All we have really discussed since the loss to Baltimore has been more or less griping about either Romeo Crennel, Derek Anderson or our linebackers. Who’s been worse, the offense or defense? How long until Brady comes to save the day? What’s
All camp long the D-line had their way with our Offensive line (with the exception of Kamerion Wimbley getting handled by Joe Thomas). I even asked the Browns top pick last year if he was surprised of concerned about that, and he assured me that defensive lines are always ahead of offensive lines in camp.
While tossing Brady Quinn into the fourth quarter of yesterday’s game would not have been the best idea, it appears that he is now one step closer to assuming the roll of starting quarterback. Assuming that practice reps are any indication, Derek Anderson is officially on notice. Although Crennel didn’t say Monday that he’s handing the
Week 3: Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens TV/Radio: 4:15 PM EDT; WOIO Channel 19, WMMS/FM 100.7 Weather: Sunny, 77 degrees. Easterly winds at two MPH Injuries: BAL – Out: Troy Smith, QB; Kelly Gregg, DT; Doubtful: Fabian Washington, CB; Questionable: Nick Greisen, LB; Probabale: Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB; Todd Heap, TE; Demetrius Williams, WR; Yamon Figurs,
In our weekly installment, we examine what it’s going to take for the Browns to avoid an embarrassing 0-3 start on the road against the Baltimore Ravens. So, are the Browns fed up enough to finally get into the win column this week? Let’s hope so. Without further ado, The Browns Will Win If…
The injury report from yesterday’s Browns practice was released in the evening. I was not surprised to see most of the names on the list. Sean Jones is still out with his knee injury. As is Martin Rucker. Neither players participated in any point of practice. Also not surprising was that Donte Stallworth missed yet
Take a good hard look at the NFL team you follow. If you are reading this site chances are pretty good that team is the Browns. Go ahead and look at ’em. What do you see? What you are looking at, according to ESPN’s latest rankings is the 29th team in the league. By the
Oh, Chiefs fan. You’ve got some nerve. One of my favorite sports traditions is always the game of “Homer Fan Posts Trades Of Their Team’s Trash For Other Team’s Good Players”. You don’t honestly think we’ll just give you one of our QBs, do you? Apparently, you do. Exhibit A: Get Brady Now. Here, we
In the wake of my previous post from this morning, there is now a bit of interesting rumor and speculation at Mike Florio’s wonderful ProFootballTalk.com. A league source tells us that there’s talk of trouble between Browns G.M. Phil Savage and members of the coaching staff in the wake of Savage’s characterization of Sunday night’s
It shouldn’t have been much of a surprise when the power flickered on and off eleven different times on Sunday at five minutes to Browns kickoff against the Steelers. After the previous night of “football” against the USC Trojans on Saturday night, I probably should have seen the power outage as an omen that I
Last week, I enjoyed the last post that wound up being caption-based. Today, I find the picture above as it is attached to Terry Pluto’s column in the electronic version of the Plain Dealer. It is absolutely screaming for a caption attached to it…and that’s where you all come in. Have at it. Be nice. At least
By now, you all know the drill. Browns use a high draft pick on a star collegiate athlete. Athlete never gets to maximize his potential for the city of Cleveland. Now that I think about it, on the cover, it looks like this movie could be about Tim Couch, Courtney Brown, Gerard Warren or William
Good morning, folks. While we all sip our coffee an mull the news of the day, I bring you recent, yet not surprising news that another member of the Cleveland Browns will miss the rest of the regular season. MK Cabot reports that the Achilles injury suffered by defensive lineman Robaire Smith is of the
10 in a row. 15 out of 16. 0 TD, 2 FG; a 10-6 loss. 208 yards total offense. 44.5 QB rating. -2 turnover margin. Those were some of the numbers. The most important numbers: 0-2, 2 games back in the division. Already. I will be the first to admit that, up until this game
Ohio: – Buckeyes Blown Out. – Browns Collapse in Red Zone. Twice. – Tribe Loses Three of Four Versus Kansas City. – Several Towns Still Without Electricity.
Week 2: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns TV/Radio: 8:15 PM EST, WKYC Channel 3, WMMS FM 100.7 Weather: Cloudy and windy. Forecasted to be 85 degrees at kickoff. WSW winds at 25-45 MPH. Injuries: PIT: Doubtful – Deshea Townsend, CB; Probable – Ben Roethlisberger, QB CLE: Out – Sean Jones, S; Martin Rucker, TE; Doubtful – Donte Stallworth, WR; Ryan
Above, you’ll find the forecast for tonight’s game against the Steelers. Given the difficulty that the Titans and Bengals are having throwing the ball today, I am not liking our chances at completing anything of a lengthy nature against the Curtain. The focus will have to be on Jamal Lewis and Kellen Winslow, and Derek