The Browns are a young team that is navigating a transition to the NFL together. Week 2 was quite the pothole in that journey.
The boys from the Friday Fumble are back to get you clued into this week’s important Cleveland Browns news.
Can the Cleveland Browns get their first win? Week 2 video preview with Jeff Nomina and Mike Hattery at the West Side Market.
WFNY staff discusses the Cleveland Browns taking on the Baltimore Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2.
Safety Tony Jefferson chose winning (the Ravens) over more money (the Browns). Do you blame him?
A look back at the Josh McCown era in Cleveland as the 38-year-old quarterback was released earlier this week.
Cody Kessler was pulled for a variety of reasons last Thursday, but his shortcomings are not entirely his fault. WFNY looks at the variable that have led to Kessler’s short-pass rookie season.
Same old Browns, right? The Cleveland Browns once again forked over a first half lead, succumbing to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, 28-7. The Browns led 7-6 at half, but a second half collapse gave the victory to the Ravens and yet another loss to Cleveland, their 10th in as many weeks this season.
The Color Rush that isn’t. Battle of inept Baltimore Ravens offense and Cleveland Browns defense. Thursday Night Football, catch the fever.
The Browns play the Ravens and the Friday Fumble crew is here to break it all down… or something…
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film of the Browns game versus the Baltimore Ravens, examining the big plays that shaped the game.
When it rains it pours as the Cleveland Browns’ first round draft pick, Corey Coleman, reportedly suffered a broken hand on Wednesday.
Kyle channels his inner Amy Poehler and Seth Myers to mock the NFL and its officials for Sunday’s taunting penalty against Terrelle Pryor, one of the dumbest penalties he’s ever seen.
The Cleveland Browns managed to cough up a 20-point lead on Sunday afternoon, losing to the Ravens, 25-20. Here are the game’s Winners and Losers.
The game started promisingly, but ended like so many other Sundays in Cleveland, the Browns ultimately falling to the Baltimore Ravens, 25-20.
Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell broke off an 85-yard touchdown run in the first half of their Week 2 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
It’s hard to project a lot of wins for the Cleveland Browns in 2016, but how hard is this schedule really?
Joe Haden had an awful, injury-riddled 2015. We’ll just give him a mulligan.
If the Browns won on Monday, would we still be talking about the game?