All my WFNY brethren are seemingly photoshop geniuses. I have thrown my hat into the ring with this picture on the right. What’s up now, boys? Try and keep up, ok? (I used PowerPoint because I don’t know how to use PhotoShop. I know. Genius, right?) Yesterday the Ravens dropped their playoff game to the
One of the legendary pathetic organizations in all of pro sports, the Arizona Cardinals, have reached the summit. After their 32-25, blowout, choke-job, come from behind win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale yesterday, the Cardinals punched their ticket to their first Super Bowl in franchise history. This is an organization that started in Chicago,
“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.”
The sports world was set ablaze when leaked photographs of LeBron James in a Browns jersey were circulated like chain text messages. And as suspected, the pictures were taken during a commercial shoot – but the question remained, who or what was James promoting? Well, thanks to Sparty and Friends, we gain a little more clairity.
If we have learned anything through this whole circus of finding a new head coach and general manager for the Cleveland Browns, it is that Randy Lerner is focused. Maybe even to a fault, Lerner appears to have had his sites set on certain individuals, and then fixates on them until they either turn us
Only a little over a week after Randy Lener deemed Eric Mangini the chosen one, the team decided to finally announce what many have known almost to the day that the former Jets coach joined the team: Rob Ryan, Brian Daboll and Brad Seely will accompany head coach Eric Mangini as they take on Operation Turnaround.
From the moment the Browns hired Eric Mangini to be the new head coach without first hiring a GM, we knew it virtually meant that still getting Scott Pioli to come to Cleveland was a long shot at best. But still, none the less, some of us held out hope that Pioli would swallow his
You arrive home one day to discover that your family is gone. Yes, they even got your dog scraps. All that is left on the kitchen table is a note and a cell phone. You are starting to sweat as the chills form in tiny little bumps that are so severe they appear to be
I find it a bit odd that our fearless owner could not sleep a wink until he had a head coach in place, but appears willing to wait until after the Super Bowl to fill the role of general manager. Such may be the case if Baltimore wins this weekend, and that could be a
As the Browns head in to the off-season and look to add key members to positions of weakness, one of said positions is arguably wide receiver. I think we can all agree that the Donte Stallworth signing did not work out as planned. Joe Jurevicius’ knee is on the rebound, but will he ever be
Don’t be mad, Browns fans. Just sit back and laugh. I know I am. Next Sunday, when the Browns still won’t have any idea of who is in charge of their football operations, and have an owner who is beyond clueless, their two “rivals” will meet in the AFC title game with a trip to
Watching the Eagles vs. the Giants today made me realize just how much I despise the Fox Sports Robot. The robot looks like a metallic football player and when it isn’t monotonously jumping up and down in the corner of the screen, it is doing (wait for it…) the electric slide. I don’t know what
I hate resolutions. It seems to me that, when you really think about it, that people wait until an arbitrary moment in time before they stop eating and start exercising or whatever else the resolution might be. If you feel like changing something in your life, you should probably just do it whenever. That’s usually
Because I don’t really know if anyone else does. Since Hurricane Lerner tore through the Cleveland Browns front office, the one thing that we all agreed on at this here site was that we wanted a General Manager and a head coach that had strong communication and believe in the same system. Typically, to get
We mentioned last week that Ohio State’s Chris “Beanie” Wells may have simply been delaying the inevitable with his “undecided” answers. Not even 72 hours after the end of the 2009 Fiesta Bowl, we get word that Wells (along with Texas Tech’s Michael Crabtree) will declare for the NFL Draft. Wells issued a statement Thursday saying
While we ponder who exactly will be making the decisions for a team that desperately needs to improve in several key areas come the 2009 NFL Draft , WhoDeyRevolution decided to remind us all why we’re in the position in which we currently reside. It’s quite the trip down Memory Lane, assuming that lane is a
Eric Mangini was introduced today as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns. He wasn’t introduced by owner Randy Lerner however. He was introduced by club president Mike Keenan. In fact, Randy Lerner did not speak at all in front of the camera or microphone. The local media was told that he would be available for
First things first, tonight at 8:30 pm we are bringing back the podcast. We have a very important show tonight, as we are extremely pleased to welcome back Barry McBride from The OBR. Barry will join us to talk about what’s going on with the Browns front office and the coaching situation, as well as
I find it a little odd that this report is coming out of Boston, but WEEI (their 850 AM) has the following: WEEI’s Michael Holley is reporting that Eric Mangini will be named the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns by the end of the week. Mangini would replace Romeo Crennel, who like Mangini
With all of the transgressions that followed the completion of the 2008 Browns season, one person who seemed to fly under the “blame radar” was offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. Chud appeared to be the savior following last season and even was able to pick an apple of the (now seemingly very generous) contract extension tree.