Cleveland Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson said that the Browns run game must be the backbone of the offense and that it will be this season. But so far in 2017, it has been far from the backbone of the offense.
How did some of the Browns fair in Sunday’s Baltimore Beatdown? We talk winners and losers.
DeShone Kizer showed his worth in week one. While there are a plethora of things he could have done better, the good far outweighs the bad for the Browns young signal-caller.
Is Duke Johnson even a running back anymore? @THEGerbs looks into his usage from Week 1.
The 2017 Cleveland Browns will need to establish a rushing attack like few we’ve seen in recent franchise history in order to find success.
Isaiah Crowell wants to be a Top 5 RB in the NFL, but he could also crack the Top 5 all-time ranks for the Browns.
Whether Brock Osweiler or DeShone Kizer is behind center, the Browns must lean on Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson in order to lead their offense in 2017. They’re ready (and prepared) for the challenge.
Throughout the preseason, Shon Coleman — who will likely be start at right tackle this season — has switched between both right tackle and left tackle. While some questioned the move by Hue Jackson to do so, rather than give Coleman as much experience at right tackle as possible, the second-year lineman seems to like switching between both sides of the line.
Isaiah Crowell may not have eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark during his first three seasons in the NFL, but he wants to prove that he is a top-5 running back in the NFL this season and cash in on a big payday next offseason. If given the correct amount of carries, he can prove that behind a much better offensive line.
The Cleveland Browns won’t be a playoff team in 2017, but that doesn’t mean fans cannot be optimistic about the product they will get to see on the field or the direction of the franchise.
The Cleveland Browns have a talented duo at the running back position with Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson. WFNY previews them and the rest of the running back and fullback units for the upcoming 2017 season.
The Cleveland Browns decided to not bring back Andrew Hawkins, which leaves snaps open at slot receiver for someone to take. Duke Johnson might supplement- or replace- his time at running back by becoming the threat the Browns need in the slot.
Throw them pizza lunchables on the field.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns were a mess in most every position. One of the bright spots was the running back group, who were not used as often as their talent dictated. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert reviews.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rushing average was the highest for the team since 1966.
Week 17 epitomized the Cleveland Browns’ 2016 with missed opportunities turning a lead into an overtime loss. WFNY’s final film room of the regular season takes a look.
The last Cleveland Browns progress report of the season before the offseason begins. And, our first high score of the season.
This was an epic Brownsy game. The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-24, in overtime in the team’s season finale. The game had so many crazy moments for such a meaningless game at the end of the year. Quarterback Robert Griffin III led the Browns through the air, throwing for 232 yards, two
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Cincinnati Bengals, but there was some progress. Notably Emmanual Ogbah had his best game of the year.
After taking Thanksgiving Week off, the Browns Progress Report is back to discuss what, if any, positive steps were taken during the team’s Week 12 loss to the New York Giants.