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.
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.
Lamenting the Rams and (likely) Chargers relocating to LA, and reveling in the glory of the Spidercam.
Episode number 447 is with an old friend of WFNY, Jon Steiner. We discuss a lot of not-quite-sports topics in addition to some television and podcast things. Most importantly we talk about what we think the real value of Paul DePodesta is for the Cleveland Browns and we don’t think it has a lot to
Josh McCown has played well, but he’s also paid a steep physical price so far in 2015.
Things are not looking up for Mike Pettine.
The Cleveland Browns aren’t winning the Super Bowl, but their season isn’t over yet.
The image above says it all.
Can the Browns contain Todd Gurley? Slow down the Rams pass rush? Get after Nick Foles? Find a useful receiver beyond Travis Benjamin and Big Play Gary Barnidge? We dive into the nitty gritty of Browns-Rams.
Bring on the Rams!
Mike Pettine knows the Browns run defense needs to improve.
Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound. The Cleveland Indians baseball club sure played a game last night in Boston. A day after Danny Salazar twirled seven innings of one-run ball en route to an 8-2 victory, Trevor Bauer was chased away in the second inning as the Tribe lost to the Red Sox 9-1. Eduardo Rodriguez scattered six
In the end it really doesn’t matter what the Browns tried to do. This pertains to Larry Fitzgerald and also Sam Bradford. The information about what they’ve attempted to do is interesting in many ways, but it’s not proof of anything, nor does it give the Browns a pass if and when they fail. I’m
There’s nothing concrete that I can point to that will make Browns fans feel any better heading into the final preseason game and then Week 1’s contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The team has performed badly and it would appear that they’re completely unprepared to start the season. It would appear that this Browns’ preseason
Even after last Monday night’s lackluster passing performances by Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel, head coach Mike Pettine called for an end to the quarterback competition, naming Hoyer the starter. Whether you believe the he “won” the job rather than had it handed to him, only one thing seemed clear: Manziel is not ready to
It’s been quite a while since I talked to Jon on the podcast, but I asked him to keep tabs on the NFL draft as a passive Browns fan who is married to a real Browns fan. We ended up talking a lot about draft value, trades, Johnny Football, Josh Gordon’s impending suspension and the
Reports out of Solon say that Bernie Kosar was taken to jail on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol shortly after being stopped for speeding early this morning. While the rest of the details have yet to become clear, what always seems to be true is that not much good happens in the wee
With the Indians playing the Tigers at 7:05 Thursday night, and the Browns taking on the Rams at 8:00, things could get a little messy downtown. The Browns issued a statement regarding parking and getting to the stadium. “With an Indians game also taking place downtown, and people leaving work on a weekday, fans are
I was reading an otherwise great article today at Grantland by Bill Barnwell that pointed out how bad a job Jacksonville Jaguars GM Gene Smith is at his job, when a snippet caught my attention. While talking about Josh Scobee and his contract from the Jags, a footnote said the following about Phil Dawson. Given that