The guys lovingly known as the Harvard Brain Trust have a plan. The Cleveland Browns should be better for it long-term.
Ahead of the first game of the 2017 NBA Playoffs, Dave and Craig discussed the Cavaliers, the NFL’s movement of teams, and a lot about stadium financing.
If the Cleveland Browns trade for Jimmy Garoppolo, and even if Garoppolo ends up being good, the Browns could find a way to lose the trade.
How much did the outcome of the Super Bowl impact the Cleveland Browns’ chances of acquiring Jimmy Garoppolo?
The Cleveland Browns made a move to get better at the deadline, so why is everyone trashing Jamie Collins and the Browns?
There is one satisfactory grade given out though it might have been on a curve to the rest of the Cleveland Browns performance versus the New England Patriots.
Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson used his post-game address on Sunday to say that the Browns will eventually be the New England Patriots. No—seriously.
Tom Brady will make his 2016 debut against none else than your Cleveland Browns. WFNY previews the Week 5 matchup.
Should the Cleveland Browns pick from the fruit of the Belichick tree again?
Let’s be honest: Everything we think we know about “NFL head coaches” is based largely on generalizations rooted in mythical archetypes we’ve created with a side dish of guesswork. And here Cleveland Browns fans sit, once again, with an inexperienced coach — still impossibly young in head coaching years — who “needs time to develop.”
I got into a long discussion on Facebook regarding this whole New England Patriots football deflation story with a Pats fan. That’s not the way to talk about this. Pats fans, like any fans who find themselves in situations like this, are the last ones you truly want to talk to because they’re so invested. Instead of
Wherein “diminishing skills” lives on in infamy.
Certain people always find a way to have their names in headlines, even when things are supposed to be slow. New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is one of said people, his latest coming in the way of a few shots taken at former colleague and current Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine. Pettine
Good news, Browns fans. You know how we have long felt that the Browns have been horrible at obtaining value from the NFL Draft? Well, it turns out that every team, by and large, has done a poor job of drafting for value. The bad news is, while all NFL teams have largely failed at
While this may have merely been a matter of inoportune timing mixed with media notes provided to the cavlacade of individuals at the NFL Combine, former Cleveland Browns general manager Mike Lombardi was shown on NFL Network, sifting through documents with the Cleveland Browns logo on them. Daryl Ruiter of 92.3 The Fan tweeted Lombardi’s
Well, that certainly didn’t take long. Multiple reports out of both Cleveland and New England claim former Browns general manager Mike Lombardi will join the New England Patriots’ front office, just days after being shown the door in Berea. Lombardi will be reuniting with long-time friend in Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick. Recall, the two worked together
During his conference call on Monday morning, New England head coach Bill Belichick had this to say about the Browns and the way they played on Sunday- “Cleveland did a good job. They outcoached us and outplayed us in every area. Fortunately we were able to make some plays at the end, play some good
You really can’t spend a lot of time talking about NFL football and talking about refereeing. It has a tendency to go both ways and good teams overcome all kinds of bad calls all the time. It’s a part of the game, period. Of course I open my recap that way because today is not
Josh Gordon was having a quiet day. Operative word being “was.” After being harrassed by Aqib Talib all day long, Gordon finally exploded for 80 yards all on one play as he caught a pass in stride and shrugged off the agitating New England defensive back. And this was his celebration. [Related: Cleveland Browns –
Bernie Kosar is near and dear to Cleveland fans’ hearts. To a person, there’s probably not anyone who doesn’t want one of Cleveland’s most beloved athletes to be well and feel well. Years of playing a brutal sport in the 80’s has obviously taken a toll on Kosar and last year he came out heralding