We are here with your Monday Night Brown’d Up, a collection of all our Browns coverage on this glorious site. Firstly, let’s start at the end of the week with the Friday Fumble. If you aren’t listening to the best damn Browns podcast in The Land that you don’t have to pay $8 for, then something is the matter with you. Watch this video and tell me you aren’t fired up for some Browns football.
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Tonight’s matchup has the Browns coming off a massacre in Baltimore in Week 4 and the Instant Insights are here to help you relive that glory of whomping the Ravens.
We all know that speed kills and when it comes to the Browns offense, they are deadly from anywhere on the field. Running back Nick Chubb and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr each have one score within the top five fastest scores in the league so far this year.
Kyle Kelly moved the chains and showed how the tide has changed for the Browns after their win in Baltimore.
Beating the Ravens is always good, but the way they went about winning in Baltimore should be used as a launching pad, says Joe Gilbert.
Cody Suek goes By The Numbers and looks into Nick Chubb’s hat trick of touchdowns, the differing personnel groupings from Weeks 1-3 and Week 4 and more.
If the beatdown laid on the Ravens wasn’t enough of an example, Josh Poloha explains why Creative Freddie Kitchens is the best Freddie Kitchens.
The Thursday Film Room highlighted all of the big plays from Jarvis Landry and boy were there a lot of them.
Tim O’Connor asks us to ensure we are living in the moment as Browns fans and worrying less and less about the past in the Mid Week Pontification.
A Monday Night preview was on tap for Friday’s While We’re Waiting, brought to you by Craig Lyndall.
The Friday Roundtable looked into which Browns team is real, who is going to step up at wide receiver, Antonio Callaway or Rashard Higgins, and more.
Three Keys to Victory emphasize how important it is to keep Baker Mayfield clean and upright as well as what the defense needs to do to stop the run for San Francisco.
From today: Mitch Krall reminisces about his most Brownsiest Browns moment in today’s While We’re Waiting.
Even in games when OBJ doesn’t get much work, he’s still a WR1 because of how he influences the defensive mindset.