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.
Everything from tracking personal click bait habits, just draft Myles Garrett, Jeff Fisher firing, Bubble Guppies vs Skip Bayless, Browns in London, and a reminder to go read the Stipe Miocic essay.
Did the Cleveland Browns make a good deal when they traded the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft to the Philadelphia Eagles? Like nearly everything else in the world, it depends.
TINSTAAQP might as well be part of the normal fan speak this time of year when it comes to the NFL Draft.1 There Is No Such Thing As A Quarterback Prospect is a subtly often repeated idea expressed through everything from whispers to shouts of names such as Ryan Leaf, JaMarcus Russell, Brandon Weeden, and
As discussed earlier, the Cleveland Browns were impacted dramatically by the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans trade that gave the Rams the pick ahead of the Browns. Instead of getting their pick of quarterbacks, it appears one of the players will be gone at the sport’s most important position. Or, maybe the Browns saw
The Los Angeles Rams have jumped the Cleveland Browns in the NFL Draft thanks to a massive trade of picks to the Tennessee Titans.
The NFL has a strange way of making friends and enemies. I didn’t know anyone who ever had anything against Baltimore growing up, but after they stole the Cleveland Browns, you better believe the grudge was thick and heavy. Similarly, there was a new respect for the Steelers when Dan Rooney was one of two
The Hollywoodesque history of a rivalry nearly forgotten.