Good morning everyone! It’s a Friday before a Browns bye week Sunday, so let’s make that old joke that’s nearly as old as quoting “so-and-so player is on pace for…” jokes on the first day of the season. The best thing about the NFL this week is that the Browns can’t possibly find a way
Good morning and Happy Thursday, readers! This is my inaugural installment in the new-world WWW at the site. Ben and I will be keeping Jacob’s Thursday slot warm for the time being, and I’m looking forward to sharing some thoughts with you here on occasion in a format that’s a little different for me. Everyone has
Happy Hump Day my droogs, or the day after the FIFA 15 release hangover day as I like to call it. I apologize for not sending you all a sexy “Happy Humpday” selfie with five camel emojis as the caption, but this will have to do for now. In case you’re not hip to the
The Cavaliers are about to start the 2014-15 season. Are you ready? Also, we talk about the Cavs’ forgiveness of James Blair, new fall shows on TV, and a great late night musical performance.
Continuing to be baffled by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL.
I’ve been a hater before. It’s true. I was in a lonely chorus of folks who decided not to be all that impressed by Cal Ripken on his retirement tour. I hated all the self-important pomp and circumstance surrounding the end of his “iron man” streak of games. I’m not an overly sentimental person, so
LeBron James’ hair had it’s very own Homecoming.
Perhaps you’ve seen this making the rounds. Arkansas State tried a fake punt against Miami. It was one of the least successful fake punts you will ever see. The first time you watch it, you will of course follow the path of the ball and see what a terrible pass it is. After the first
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s always a happy day when the Browns are 1-1. It’s funny how a win can give even fans so much more confidence. I was sure the Browns were going to start the season 0-3. I was completely bleak in the WFNY preview. But today? I’m looking at the upcoming schedule and
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Or was it?
Heard any news about Roger Goodell and Ray Rice lately?
Ken Babby is great, Terry Pluto needs fan emails about the ’90s Indians and Jacob wrote WWW from Idaho Falls!
So…anything happening in the sports world the last couple days? ******** As one of the two WFNY uni-nerds (giving Kirk equal status now) I clicked on Zach Lowe’s ‘Definitive NBA Court Design Power Rankings‘ piece with extreme enthusiasm. It isn’t just uniforms that I love, but the culture of sports uniforms, logos and merchandise. This
Happy Tuesday WFNY! I missed you guys last Tuesday. I don’t know if anyone noticed or not, but last week, for the first time since we reformatted While We’re Waiting, there was no new edition of WWW on a business day. So what happened? Well, let me pull back the curtain on the WFNY re-design
What a way to start off the week…
A look at Josh Gordon’s suspension and the death of comedienne Joan Rivers.
JR heads west.
Discussing the new WFNY design, Browns fan involvement and a new “filler” board game.
Thanks for reading this week. It’s been a long one, and this isn’t a fun way to get into a holiday weekend, but these are the stories I want to talk about… Here we go. NFL probably failed on Ray Rice yet again… It’s official that Roger Goodell and the NFL failed in their
There were many fantastic reactions from around the internet on yesterday’s news of the confirmed one-year suspension for Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon. Let’s go to the excerpts. From SB Nation’s David Roth: In Josh Gordon’s case, as in all the variously appalling decisions that have preceded it, the NFL is sticking to its