The Hot Sports Boys are not satisfied with pre-seasons, training camps or other non-real sports games. So what do they do? They fix it for us!
The Hot Sports Boys are once again fighting those fat cats in Washington! Not really. They’re discussing and dismantling the traditions of officiating sports.
The Cleveland Browns have some issues drafting and developing talent. Here is how deep the problem goes.
The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
Will Burge talks sports media, and talks about the comparison between Kevin Durant’s return to OKC versus LeBron’s first trip back to Cleveland with the Miami Heat.
The New York Knicks have found plenty of ways to embarrass themselves over the past week, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s quick resolution demonstrates once again not only why he’s the best commissioner in sports, but also why having a strong leader matters in sports.
NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein mocks Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett and LSU running back Leonard Fournette to the Cleveland Browns.
A look at the final nail in the Cleveland Browns’ 2016 regular season coffin: Their Week 17 contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A look at the Cleveland Browns’ impending matchup against the San Diego Chargers as well as the declining attendance at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Cleveland Browns head to Orchard Park for yet another wintery meeting with the Buffalo Bills. WFNY takes a look at the matchup.
The Cincinnati Bengals travel to the North coast to take on the Cleveland Browns and Corey Barnes is here to break it all down.
It’s a Cleveland Browns bye week, but thanks to Joe Thomas, we’ve got some juicy conversation from the team’s wayback machine.
Most non-conference games are in the favor of the home team. Not so much on Sunday as the Browns play host to the Giants.
Football, football, and football. A look into the ever-exciting Thanksgiving traditions of one WFNY writer.
What would have happened had the Browns’ defense not allowed The Drive? The NFL examines that fateful AFC title game.
The show must go on. Come rain, snow, sleet, sun, or apathy the NFL schedule does not relent. Even if Cleveland fans do not particularly feel like watching football, the Cleveland Browns (0-10) will play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-5) Sunday afternoon. The long-time rivalry is renewed with much less enthusiasm than previous seasons,
With the Cleveland Browns being their typical selves, many fans in Cleveland are stuck with the NFL as a whole for better or worse. And lately, that has mostly been for the worse.
WFNY previews the Cleveland Browns’ Thursday Night showdown with the Baltimore Ravens.
Kyle talks about the NFL’s ratings, Browns apathy, and the Backstreet Boys (kind of).
The Cleveland Browns take on the Dallas Cowboys.