The Browns sit at 5-7 with two very winnable games between them and a .500 record. Is this improvement enough to give Mangini the free pass until next season? What kind of job has he done with the talent around him? Does he get the most from his players? Byron Scott recently changed the line-up,
It’s not everyday that we get to talk in depth about all three teams, but with the recent Browns successes combined with a .500 Cavaliers team and some news coming out of the Indians, we have a triple-threat podcast with Dan Labbe over at Cleveland.com. What should we expect from these next four Browns games?
Is Braylon Edwards setting himself up to fail on Sunday? Is it nitpicking to say the Cavaliers haven’t beaten any good teams outside of Boston on opening night? What do you expect from the Cavaliers as the schedule gets more difficult? Andrew and DP field these questions and more today on the Cleveland.com podcast. Thanks
Who should start for the Cavaliers? Would you bring Jamison off the bench? How about Mo Williams? Is Andy Varejao trade fodder? What about the Browns, do they have a shot against Pittsburgh this week? Can Colt McCoy take the starting job away with a strong performance? Did Jerome Harrison get a fair shot? Thanks
Thanks again to Cleveland.com for the recurring feature. This week DP and I discuss the state of the Indians and look at the match-up between the Browns and Atlanta Falcons. We talk about developing talent (Brantley, LaPorta) and whether the Tribe should bring back some old talent (Jim Thome). We talk tough about bringing back
Is Mo Williams a leader? Can Antawn Jamison play the small forward spot in Byron Scott’s offense? And will the Browns shock the world (or at least those in the viewing area) by upsetting the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday? Andrew and I sat down with Cleveland.com producer Dan Labbe to discuss these issues and more
Cleveland.com sports editor Dan Labbe hosts DP and I as we dive into this week’s podcast. Among the topics- assigning blame for the Browns’ 0-2 start, previewing the Ravens game and can Mo Williams be the go-to guy for the Cavaliers this season. We also touch on the Indians winter promotion Snow Days. You can
This week Craig joins Scott and Dan Labbe from Cleveland.com to talk about the Browns game on Sunday, as well as the Indians’ social media efforts. Just like last week, you can listen here, or check out the podcast over at Cleveland.com. Thanks again to our friends over at the PD’s online home. Those looking
Scott and I took part in what we hope will be a weekly feature over at Cleveland.com today with a podcast to discuss the big games this weekend. We got into all kinds of subjects including our confidence level in Eric Mangini, depth vs ‘a bunch of guys on the roster’, and the LeBron/Pryor discussion.
On this episode of the WFNY Podcast, Craig first welcomes WKNR’s Jordan Sherwood to discuss MMA, and then Craig and Denny discuss the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Cavaliers and Ohio State Football. As always, please send us your questions, comments, thoughts, show ideas, critiques, etc. And please join us for future live podcasts, where you can
Craig and TD are joined by King Diesel of the suddenly-needing-a-new-name Indians blog, Dump Ben Francisco. They discuss all things Cleveland Indians in the wake of the Cliff Lee trade and the rumors of a Victor Martinez. They break down the Tribe’s moves and try to look forward as the Indians look to move on.
The WFNY Podcast makes its triumphant satisfactory return. Craig, Denny, and Rock break radio silence to discuss the pressing issues of the day in Cleveland sports, which really isn’t much these days. We discuss the Cavaliers’ roster and the LeBron dunk-gate controversy, and then we discuss the rumors of Cliff Lee and Victor Martinez being
The WaitingForNextYear podcast talks Columbus Blue Jackets playoff hockey! DP is your host with the most and is joined by renowned Jackets blogger John from Light the Lamp. And, it’s worth the listen, as someone actually took me up on the following statement: “…you can join us and chat/submit questions, or even call in and
The WaitingForNextYear podcast talks Cavs defense. Rick and Craig are joined by former basketball coach and current Upper Scioto Valley High School athletic director Jon Cook. Being a former coach, Jon takes us through the ins and outs of the Cavaliers defense and gives us some unique insight into some of the Cavaliers perceived defensive
The NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone with a quiet whimper, but that wasn’t going to stop us from talking about. On tonight’s podcast, Scott and yours truly were joined by our old friend Bob Schmidt, formerly of the Cavs Board blog, and we discussed what happened today (or rather, what didn’t happen), and
After a day of reflection and praise for LeBron’s performance in Madison Square Garden the other night, we decided to do a podcast in which we….rip LeBron a new one? Well, kind of. Craig, Rick, and I discuss all things Cavaliers, including taking a look at the hidden negatives of LeBron’s 52 point triple-double. We
In our attempt to bring you a more steady flow of podcasts in 2009, we get this week kicked off with a brand new show. In tonight’s show, Craig and DP welcome in our newest member, Todd Dery, with an in depth discussion about the Tribe. Check it out, as they break down the Indians’
We’re back with our first podcast of the new year. If only we had something to talk about……oh, right, the hiring of Eric Mangini. So who else could we possibly want to talk to besides Barry McBride from The Orange-and-Brown Report? Thankfully, Barry was kind enough to take some time out of this busy period
This week’s podcast is hosted by Rick, and he is joined by Craig and yours truly. We talk about the hot start to the 2008-09 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers. We break down last night’s big win over Denver, we talk about our thoughts on the team so far, we look at the new and
That’s right, folks. Double digits. This week’s podcast features Lane Adkins of the OBR. We talk B.Q.’s leadership, Braylon’s immaturity, Donte’s inability to stay on the field, the overvaluing of Jason Wright and who’s not likely to suit up. As a bonus, we even manage to get a prediction for the game against the Denver