A look at Urban Meyer’s struggles without a mobile QB, Baker’s “average” play, and how the Cavs may have set themselves back even further with the selection of Collin Sexton.
Cleveland Browns linebacker Joe Schobert is the linchpin of the Browns defense and is very important to the success of the unit.
Baker Mayfield’s near-perfect day leads this week’s edition of Winners and Losers.
The Good, The Bad, and The (rare) Ugly of a dominant victory by the Browns over the Atlanta Falcons.
Nick Chubb, speedster? His 92-yard touchdown to give the Browns a 28-10 lead is the longest run in Browns history.
The Cleveland Browns will have their hands full with Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at the big day that Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson had versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
Because the Cleveland Browns have been such a bad football team, they botched changing their orange, and the color brown invites sophomoric humor, everyone assumes that their colors are ugly. Think again.
The Cleveland boys balled out, but just so happened to be representing the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Cleveland Browns were unable to stop the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, as the Browns lost 37-21 in a offensive clinic by the Chiefs.
The Browns lead the league with a plus-11 turnover differential, yet have scored just 34 points off those 22 turnovers. The defense is doing their job, it’s time for the offense to step up and take advantage of it.
The Cleveland Browns fired Hue Jackson and Todd Haley with owner Jimmy Haslam set to make yet another coaching hire this offseason. Here’s why the panacea isn’t to change the reporting structure.
How much blame should Hue Jackson get for the last two and a half years of the Cleveland Browns inept play? WFNY’s Craig Lyndall dives in.
Cleveland Browns left tackle Desmond Harrison has struggled quite a bit over the last many weeks. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the struggles that Harrison had versus the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast returns to discuss the firings of head coaches Ty Lue and Hue Jackson.
Ty Lue’s departure was somewhat unexpected but definitely understandable and Hue Jackson’s was a matter of when, not if, but the biggest question seems to be why the Cavs and Browns waited to fire their head coaches during the season, rather than the offseason?
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at what is next for the Cleveland Browns and their now vacant head coach position.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 33-18, in another poor performance at Heinz Field for the Browns franchise.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns can change a bunch of narratives about the team by defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers and putting the AFC North on notice that the team’s season is not over yet.
The Cleveland Browns have struggled all season to score after their defense forced a turnover and against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers it continued. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the Bucs game to see what happened to the Browns offense after each turnover on Sunday.