Hey, does anybody else feel that? Do you know what it is? It is a complete and utter lack of a Browns hangover. You know that salty, disgusted feeling the morning after a Browns loss or a win like they had against the Bengals? Yeah, this is the direct opposite of that. The Browns actually
Well here it is- Monday Night Football in Cleveland! There is little left to say in advance of the game tonight. We’ve already made predictions, and guessed at what might have to happen for Brady Quinn to see the field. The bottom line is this- we all want a Cleveland win! So I suppose there’s
It appears that WFNY has been named “Best Sports Blog” in Cleveland Scene Magazine’s Best of Cleveland issue. On behalf of everyone at WFNY we want to thank our readers and the staff over at CleveScene for this honor. If you would like to see all of the winners you can read the issue magazine
You know what I like best about this picture? Yeah, the UM fan in the Red Sox hat! Yes, our beloved Buckeyes failed to score an offensive touchdown on Purdue. But while we prepare for the gauntlet that is Michigan State and Penn State, let us take a close look at how Michigan is doing adjusting
What is Brady thinking in this picture? I like to think he’s saying to himself, “What exactly does this guy have to do for me to get into the game??” Good question, Brady. So, let’s discuss. In my mind, three different things could happen tonight during the game: The No-Brainer QB Change, The Butch Davis
Friday we gave you our ideas on how the Browns could beat the Giants tonight on Monday Night Football. We talked about how Braylon Edwards would need to get over his sever case of the drops, and fulfill his child-hood fantasies. (hat tip- reader Josh!) We lamented about Derek Anderson and the offensive line. We
At least in the circles I have, no Buckeyes fans have really been talking about the Michigan State Spartans. Everyone I know seems to jump straight ahead to the chance Ohio State has to make a name for themselves against Penn State on October 25th. This is a big mistake. Let’s hope Jim Tressel hasn’t
The Cleveland Cavaliers played their first preseason game at home on October 7th against the Toronto Raptors and their first regular season game is October 28th against the Celtics in Boston. That gives us a little under a month until the season is officially underway, and so we will use the next week or two
The picture above is not only amazing, but is the result of having a member of the WFNY paparazzi embedded in the Windy City. Reader and frequent commentor MoBot sent this one in as he was enjoying the lack of offense that was yesterday’s OSU-Purdue game in a Chicago establishment. When asked, Johnny Utah claimed
The annual CelticsBlog NBA Blogger Previews are underway, and the Cavaliers are on the clock. Our preview of the Cavaliers is below. For all the other previews from Cavaliers bloggers, check for the list of Cavaliers previews over at CelticsBlog.
While we are doing our own NBA divisional previews here at WFNY, CelticsBlog (one of the absolute best in the business) is also hosting their annual Blogger Previews, and this year we were invited to participate. Our preview of the Cavaliers, along with all the other Central Division teams will be coming this week, but
Time: 3:30 PM, EDT TV/Radio: WEWS Ch. 5, WKNR AM/850. Kickoff Weather: 78 degrees (at kickoff), Winds 6 MPH (SE) Line: OSU (-18.5) Honestly, I’m a bit surprised that there was not more Buckeye talk this week after our huge win in Camp Randall. But while the Badgers get to play host once again to
Blue Jackets 5, Stars 4 – OT (Box Score) – NHL.com Highlights Record: 1-0-0, 2 points (T1st division; T1st conference) As the regular season finally kicked off for the Jackets, there was a lot to be happy about. The Jackets earned a road win against a very tough opponent against whom they have had little
Picks of the Week – October 10, 2008 Continuing on with the one game-one propositional bet scenario, Matt checks in again this week to discuss a little Browns/Giants. As always, this is for recreational purposes only and under no circumstances does WFNY condone gambling. Away we go…
In our weekly installment, we examine what it’s going to take for the Browns to avoid getting embarrassed AGAIN on Monday Night against the World Champion New York Giants. The Browns finally got into the win column, and have had a bye week in which to get healthy. So, can they hang with the G-Men?
A league source tells us that the talk among the Browns is that tight end Kellen Winslow landed in the Cleveland Clinic because his balls swelled to the size of grapefruits. Wow. I’m actually pretty speechless. Obviously, all while wishing Winslow the best. WINSLOW HAS SWOLLEN, UM, PARTS? [PFT]
The Phillies beat the Dodgers last night in game one of the NLCS, and the Rays take on the Red Sox in game one of the ALCS tonight. I didn’t watch a pitch of any of the Division Series games, and likely won’t watch much of the LCS games either. As I was watching the
Surprise 8, Scottsdale 7 – 10 Innings (box) First, let me get something out of the way: Matt Wieters is the real deal. I don’t know if he’ll get a crack at the Orioles roster on day one, but it won’t be too long before this kid is getting All-Star votes. As the designated hitter in
It’s a copycat league out there, folks. Waiting For Next Year compares the Cleveland Browns to Sarah Palin, and wouldn’t you know – Brady Quinn and Joe Thomas head out to Strongsville to support the McCain/Palin ticket. Their teammate, Willie McGinest, was out with LeBron James at a rally for Barack Obama and Senator Joe Biden.
Apparently, there has been some back office uproar amongst the agents of NBA players. There is no denying that this past off season has been near stellar for Danny Ferry. Stellar would have been if Chris Paul was a Cavalier. What can I say, I’m a tough customer. But one signing that made it near