The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season finale on Sunday, but there were some bright spots in the loss from first and second year players that should give some hope for Browns fans to the future.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 28-24, in the season finale, ending Cleveland’s season at 0-16 and marking a winless season for the first time in franchise history.
The Cleveland Browns will face the Pittsburgh Steelers in their last chance to avoid infamy of a zero-win season.
The Cleveland Browns run game struggled in Week 1 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film to find out who is to blame for the lack of success running the ball against the Steelers defense.
Everything you need to know about the Pittsburgh Steelers versus Cleveland Browns Week 1 contest.
Of all teams, Browns fans were disappointed that Joe Haden decided to sign with the Steelers after he was released by the Browns. Ben Roethlisberger seems to be the biggest reason why Haden is now a Steeler.
A look at the final nail in the Cleveland Browns’ 2016 regular season coffin: Their Week 17 contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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,
Robert Griffin III was recently named starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, but according to ESPN’s Mike Sando, he’s still among the worst in the NFL.
The Cleveland Browns are behind 14-9 at the half against the Pittsburgh Steelers with not much highlights to be seen. But, one of the lone highlights was on the Browns final drive by receiver Terrelle Pryor. Pryor finally got a chance to show off his receiving skills, bringing in a 42-yard bomb by quarterback Austin Davis.
One week before the bye week, the Cleveland Browns (2-7) have failed to live up to pre-season expectations. Coming off a Thursday night loss to Cincinnati, the Browns are heading to Pittsburgh to play the arch-rival Steelers (5-4). We may not see any orange helmets in a postseason game, but could beating the Steelers partially
Fifteen years of pent-up frustration was released in the form of the Browns’ 31-10 thumping of Pittsburgh on Sunday. It was a day that will hold a special place in the memories of the long suffering Browns’ faithful. The day when the big bad wolf huffed, puffed, and was hit over the top for a 51-yard
Missed tackles, blown assignments and poor positioning litter Week 1’s analysis of the Browns defense.
Mike Polk apparently didn’t think the Browns got beat badly enough yesterday. He decided to beat them up some more. I’d say they earned it. This is not to insult Mike, but it wasn’t even funny as much as it was poignant there in the middle of the video. The part about people only being
While I think as Browns fans we all appreciated Tim Tebow stepping up and beating the Steelers1 in the playoffs for the Denver Broncos, the continued, unending talk about him is pure silliness. Of course my own decision to talk about Tim Tebow is ironic given the first sentence, but I’ve embraced the catch-22. Despite
Scott Raab wasn’t enthused this morning after the Browns’ draft. Craig is cautiously optimistic about the value and strategy. Both finish by saying, “We’ll see.” The Browns’ strategy and value Scott’s dismayed by the Browns draft Attacking the quarterback vs. filling defensive backfield Are the corners really too short? 20+ players are going into their
Dave Bryan from SteelersDepot.com helped me break down what everyone in the AFC North did in the first round of the draft. Barkevious Mingo and how quickly he can make an impact Ray Horton and whether he can teach these guys the system Jabaal Sheard converting Paul Kruger and Desmond Bryant and their implementation into
While certainly far from perfect, (A.J. Green can attest) the Browns defense is pretty good. In total defense Cleveland is sixth in yards. They are sixth in passing yards allowed per game. They are 29th in rushing yards allowed per game, which stinks. The Browns also don’t take the ball away enough to be considered
If there is an NFL season next year, we already know who the Browns will play, even if we don’t know the order. In 2010 the Browns got the whole AFC East, the whole NFC South, the worst team from the AFC South, the worst from the AFC West and their annual divisional opponents. The
As the Cleveland sports scene is especially dead right now, I have been getting the most out of my streaming Netflix account. Last night I checked out Big Fan starring Patton Oswalt and I thought I would break the typical WFNY mold and review this sports-themed dark comedy. Big Fan takes you inside the stereotypical