They may struggle to win more than four games in 2017, but Ben Roethlisberger sees plenty of good things ahead for the Browns as long as they continue to improve as they gain more experience.
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
Of all teams, Browns fans were disappointed that Joe Haden decided to sign with the Steelers after he was released by the Browns. Ben Roethlisberger seems to be the biggest reason why Haden is now a Steeler.
Not much progress in the Week 11 Progress Report. If you can stomach reliving the Steelers game, this one is for you.
It’s Friday’s edition of While We’re Waiting as curated by Craig. This week’s edition runs down a great Netflix film, a couple of podcasts, and your weekly moment of soccer zen.
Robert Griffin III was recently named starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, but according to ESPN’s Mike Sando, he’s still among the worst in the NFL.
We’re looking at the first round of the NFL playoffs from a Browns perspective. Should they go get RG3? Poor Brian Hoyer. Steelers fans complaining about dirty play?
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.
Not watching Browns-Steelers was an accident. The frightening part is how pleasant the experience was.
The Cleveland Browns embarrassed themselves badly in their final game before their bye week.
The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to battle injuries. Landry Jones, come on down!
Note: A big part of the Cleveland Browns’ chances in any season is the outlook on teams they play two times each in their own division. This week, we will be going over the Top 5 stories from each of the Browns’ divisional rivals as we head closer to training camp and the 2015 NFL
Tim Tyler is the writer and mind behind Dawg Pounded. The comedic play and musical opens its second year at Kennedy’s on Playhouse Square on July 17th. We talked about the play, the rivalry with Pittsburgh and how the Browns project in the 2015 NFL season. Are you subscribed? ********** Click here to download the
Today’s conventional wisdom holds that the key to success in the National Football League is finding the Holy Grail: The Franchise Quarterback. The pursuit of this goal—this Superhero and Knight in Shining Armor—is usually discussed as if everyone knows it is the most important factor in a team’s level of success, with no close second.
The Cleveland Browns are constantly looking for “the answer” at quarterback, but it seems more and more that they’re asking the wrong question. The question they keep asking is how do you come up with Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers—hell, even Ben Roethlisberger or Joe Flacco? The Browns seem to operate as if they’re
The best part of the Cleveland Browns’ win over the Pittsburgh Steelers used to be Browns fans enjoying the week. That enjoyment took a different level after I saw this video of a Steelers fan losing it on his team. “Offense terrible! Defense terrible!”
In lieu of an in-depth first half recap, I decided I’d catalog some of the best Tweets as the action happened. I’ll have a game recap when it’s all over. 1st Quarter Steelers vs. Browns brings out all the stars. Here’s Dustin Fox who apparently found “Papa John” Schnatter. Cleveland, Papa John is in you.
Missed tackles, blown assignments and poor positioning litter Week 1’s analysis of the Browns defense.
The Cleveland Browns looked like a team that was even worse than the Browns we traded in the last time they were in Pittsburgh and lost 20-7. At the end of the first half, I thought for sure the Browns had made a massive mistake when they started over again and fired Rob Chudzinski, Norv
The Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t that good. They didn’t really improve their roster as they waved goodbye to veterans. And yet, the eight-win Steelers plastered the Cleveland Browns in the first half of the first game of the 2014 season. The Browns got down 27-3 in the first half. Three touchdowns and a two field goals