Browns fans couldn’t have been more disgusted with the beginning of the 2017 Cleveland Browns season, and that’s saying something superlative. The Pittsburgh Steelers forced a three-and-out and then blocked the punt and recovered it for a touchdown. No, this isn’t a Deadspin “Why Your Team Sucks” highlight reel. It’s simply the way the desperate-not-to-be-the-same-old-Browns
Can Coleman perfectly emulate Antonio Brown?
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at what went wrong with the Browns defense this season, focusing on the film of the Browns loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Cleveland Browns fans, if you’re ever under a falling building and somebody runs up and offers to pick you up and carry you to safety, don’t think, don’t pause, don’t hesitate for a moment, just spit in their eye. What does that mean? It means we’re going to Kansas City! Of course, the last team
Johnny is one thing. What about Justin Gilbert and Dwayne Bowe?
What a way to head in to the bye.
Antonio Brown produced the most viral highlight of the NFL’s opening weekend when he kicked Browns punter Spencer Lanning in the face. Brown was flagged on the play and assessed a 15-yard penalty. Now, the Steelers’ star has been fined as well. According to a report by the NFL.com insider Ian Rapoport Brown has received an $8,200
Bye, Twitter. — Spencer #Ouch
Talk about metaphors. Here’s Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown delivering a right foot to the face of Cleveland Browns punter Spencer Lanning that would make Liu Kang blush. Brown was flagged 15 yards for the penalty, and will likely draw a fine for the play, but the Steelers still scored on the drive and
No AFC North rivalry is better than Joe Haden and Antonio Brown. Can Haden make up for 2013?
The Browns season mercifully ends today. A lot of key players are missing, including Joe Haden. The Steelers are 7-8 and still have an outside chance at the AFC’s second wild card with a win and help. The Browns are 1-9 in their last 10. This afternoon’s game should go over quite well! Join us