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
Apologies for being a bit late with this, but it is definitely something I found a bit interesting. Per Fox61 News: BEREA, Ohio (AP) _ A star-struck police officer who made a traffic stop on Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards let the player go without a speeding ticket, a suburban police chief said Friday.
In our weekly installment, we examine what it’s going to take for the Browns to avoid a 10th straight defeat at the hands of their arch-nemeses, the Pittsburgh Steelers. So, what will it take? A miracle? Without further ado, The Browns Will Win If…
Picks Of The Week – September 12, 2008 First things first, I need to apologize to Matt, the author of these GAMBLOGs. You see, last week he picked 2 games for us, the Cowboys/Browns and the Giants/Redskins. However, due to my own personal busy schedule, I was unable to get his picks posted prior to
When I was growing up, my dad started my love affair with sports, and specifically the Browns and Buckeyes. For the Browns, the goal was always to beat Pittsburgh and win the division. Most years we won in Cleveland, and always lost in Pittsburgh. That was just the way it went. Even when we were
Those of us living in the Cleveland area will have a lot of time to kill this weekend prior to our duo of night games that will be the focus of millions. You can use the sun light and spare time to do silly things like yard work, or you can get yourself a beverage
Though the Browns are incredibly thin at wide receiver, cornerback and now the strong safety positions, fans of the Orange and Brown may want to give up on shouting out names like Ty Law or John Lynch. In an interview with WTAM, via James Walker, it appears Phil Savage is pulling his name out of
Injuries continue to mount, and the division rival is on deck. That doesn’t mean Crennel gets a free pass here at WFNY for that ridiculous field goal attempt down 28-7 with 10 minutes in the game. First, here is what ESPN’s Gregg Easterbrook had to say in his Tuesday Morning Quarterback column- Trailing Dallas by
Take this for what it’s worth, but the Browns made a move today to bolster their wide receiver depth. At least in terms of guys with “WR” next to their name on the official roster. Released only a few days earlier, the Browns have signed rookie wide receiver Paul Hubbard to the practice squad. I
So, I realize that the title of this post is really just a bait and switch. I am not even going to sit here and debate this. I just wanted to point out what dummies there are among us Browns fans. It is time to eat our own before they all make us look bad.
There are many reasons that the Browns lost yesterday, first and foremost being that they played a very talented and deep Dallas team that is a Superbowl contender. The offense struggled to find a rhythm, with Braylon Edwards and Derek Anderson not on the same page a number of times. Donte Stallworth has been injury prone
Week 1: Dallas Cowboys at Cleveland Browns TV/Radio: 4:15 PM EST, WJW Channel 8, WMMS FM 100.7 Weather: Partly cloudy. Forecasted to be 73 degrees at kickoff. Westerly winds at 13 MPH. Injuries: DAL: Out – Miles Austin, WR; Sam Hurd, WR; Kyle Kosier, G; Anthony Spencer, LB; Questionable – Isaiah Stanback, WR; Terence Newman,
As the long awaited NFL season finally gets underway, we all got to thinking about what it’s going to take for the Browns to beat Dallas on Sunday. So, without further ado, The Browns Will Win If…
Ugh. Well, those of us that were a bit shocked at the release of Shantee Orr can now rejoice in the fact that he has returned; only at the expense of yet another injury. Peek suffered an injury to his knee during Wednesday’s practice and has been diagnosed with a torn patella tendon; the same
Just getting the chance to put together a few thoughts on the Browns’ 53 man roster… The Browns were forced to make some decisions based on injuries. Thankfully, a number of starters will be back for the opener against Dallas. Braylon Edwards, Derek Anderson, Syndric Steptoe and Jamal Lewis will be back on offense. Rex
The Cleveland Browns trimmed their roster to 53 players per NFL rules. Here are those cuts- Waived TE’s Brad Cieslak, Kolomona Kapanui DB’s A.J. Davis, Travis Key, Brandon Mitchell, Jereme Perry WR’s Efrem Hill, Lance Leggett, Steve Sanders, Travis Wilson OL James Lee, Jonathan Palmer LB’s David McMillan, Chase Ortiz DL Melila Purcell K Jason
The Browns ended the preseason 0-4, but the starting unit left 2 of those games with a lead. You have to take your victories where you can get them I guess… So did you see what I saw? Many of you gave your grades already in the comments of the What to Watch For post.