The Cleveland Browns showed some improvement, but the result was the same. The Browns lost to the Detroit Lions, 38-24, moving the team’s record to 0-9 on the season.
The Cleveland Browns take on the Detroit Lions in a game the Browns need to use to boost their second half, but history is not kind to the Northcoast in this series.
The Browns and Lions battled in a low scoring game that ended with a late fourth quarter game-winning touchdown by the Lions. The final score is not as important as how the team actually played. The main focus of most fans and the team was on the battle for the starting quarterback position. Brian Hoyer started the game and
Apparently Eric Mangini hasn’t been fired over night, but it is clearly open season for talking about the Browns coaching job. Who am I kidding? It has been open season for most people for the last few weeks. Let’s discuss the swirling talk. Terry Pluto wrote his post-game article and all but said that the
The Browns dropped the Great Lakes Classic to the Detroit Lions 35-27. The GLC is the only battle the Browns could engage in where the opposing team has been worse off over the last decade or so. The good news is that both teams are improving, it seems. Finally. Yet, the Browns came out on
I have been adamant about trading down in the draft since before last year’s NFL draft. Tim Couch, Courtney Brown, and Gerard Warren will have that effect on you. The Browns successfully traded down last year and selected Alex Mack. You can argue that the Browns didn’t get enough for dropping all those spots, but
I get sick and tired of getting “the look” from my wife after Browns games. I have been married just over three years, and “the look” has become ridiculously commonplace during the NFL season. As I have stated before, my wife is a Colts fan from Indy. The look is that piteous, apologetic look that
In a word. No. If I stopped right there, that probably would have been the shortest post in WFNY history. No such luck, though. Yesterday, I came across an article on FoxSports that had my head cocked to the side like a confused puppy. Peter Schrager decided it was time to draw some attention to
Literally, Peter King thinks the Browns are the worst team in the NFL. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. The worst. The Browns finished number 32 in King’s latest article. Yes, Browns fans, this includes the Detroit Lions who King is predicting will win four games. So, in essence, this means that King thinks
Well, folks, there were unnamed teams in the trade rumors, but enough team names were mentioned (Bucs, Lions, Titans) to make me believe that Cleveland might have stayed out of the Cutler talks altogether. Anything is possible, of course, but you have to think that Cutler’s statements about not wanting to be in Cleveland chilled