Hue Jackson doesn’t have a lot of defenders, but there’s a defense case to be made. Craig Lyndall attempts to make it in a comprehensive fashion.
Stealing ideas from the Steelers. Why not?
Browns fans have suffered a lot, but not much on Sunday. The Browns beat the Steelers 31-10.
The Browns took a 21-3 lead into halftime after a slow start. The injuries were starting to pile up. 3rd Quarter The Browns and Steelers traded punts for a bit. The Browns couldn’t take advantage of having the ball back to start the third quarter. Isaiah Crowell was having none of it though. 24-yard run
The notion that the Browns may deploy an offense that features two quarterbacks won’t seem to die.
Dave Bryan from Steelers Depot (@SteelersDepot) is one of the best podcast guests we have. He’s super knowledgable, and is always great at breaking down what’s happening without the rose-colored glasses. Dave Bryan and not being a homer for the Steelers Is there ever a justification for firing a coach after one year? Brian Hoyer
Mike Tomlin’s sideline transgression was going to cost him and the Steelers. That much we knew. Now, there’s an idea of just how much. Ian Rapoport is reporting that in the first wave, Mike Tomlin’s pocket will be hit to the tune of $100,000. Although the rest of the punishment is unknown, he also reports
The Pittsburgh Steelers are facing fines and could lose a draft pick after coach Mike Tomlin’s balancing act on the sidelines on Thursday, reports CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora. According to a league source, there likely will be stiff financial penalties, regardless of the coach’s intent, based on past disciplines for similar incidents. The team
The Pittsburgh Steelers could find themselves in hot water with the NFL regarding concussions, but this time it isn’t because James Harrison delivered one. Running back Chris Rainey was momentarily unconscious after a collision with Indianapolis Colt corner Jerraud Powers. See if any of this sounds familiar. “I didn’t examine (him),” Tomlin said. “I just go with the doctors.
By pretty much all accounts, I think the Browns made a mistake sticking with Eric Mangini an extra season. It is all hindsight now of course, and don’t take this as a criticism of Eric Mangini. If anything, any critical words I might have for this period of Browns history are directed at owner Randy
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As we get closer and closer to meaningful Browns action this season, I thought it would be instructive to keep an eye on what the Browns’ main competitors have been up to in their respective camps. Sometimes it is annoying to hear too much about those other teams as they seem to outperform the Browns
“Would we have had the opportunity to get to a Super Bowl once, maybe twice? I’d say yes, we would have. I’m saying we would have remained a good football team because it would have started with Belichick. And all of us were there together. You can’t write the story without adding Belichick to it.”
Apparently there is a tradition in Pittsburgh where sports announcer Bill DiFabio dresses up like Santa and takes over the Steelers’ press conference. Tomlin apparently played along until the fake Santa started making fun of the Cowboys, Browns and Casey Hampton’s weight. Tomlin is a serious, competitive dude and apparently is very serious about the