The Cleveland Browns were exposed on defense by the screen plays and quarterback scrambles of the Chicago Bears. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at the film to diagnose how the Bears were successful in these areas.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been a frustrating team this season, no question. But inside those frustrating games lie all the great moments we might be missing.
The Cleveland Browns’ loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday left most Browns fans shaking their head. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film to examine six plays where you are left wondering, “What are they doing?”
The Cleveland Browns defense gave huge plays in the second quarter versus the Indianapolis Colts that put the team in a big hole. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examined the film to diagnose what happened on those big plays.
The Ravens’ Ben Watson had a huge day versus the Browns defense in Sunday’s victory. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines who was to blame for each of the eight catches the tight end had in the game.
The Cleveland Browns defense was impressive against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, especially the team’s run defense. But without Myles Garrett, the Browns struggled to get pressure on Ben Roethlisberger.
WFNY examines the Cleveland Browns’ miscommunication and horrible, horrible tackling on the defensive side of the ball.
23, 22, 18, 20, 23, 28, 17, and 22. No those are not the number of three pointers made by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first eight games—though they do not seem too outrageous to be. These eight numbers are actually the points allowed by the Cavs defense in the fourth quarter. Throwing out Game 2
The Cleveland Browns snapped their one game winning streak this past weekend, losing handily to the Seattle Seahawks, 30-13. Unfortunately, the real defense showed up in Seattle giving up 30 points yet again this season. So far this season, the Browns defense has allowed 30 more points in nine of their 14 games. The defense
They allowed touchdowns because they were out of position and others even when they were in position. A look at a rough day for the defense.
What went wrong in the final two minutes?
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Over the next many weeks, I will be reviewing and discussing the performance of the 2014 Cleveland Browns position by position. It was a tough season for the Cleveland Browns, falling in five straight games to end the season at 7-9. The team showed some glimpses of promise and some other areas of concern. So
The Cleveland Browns finished off their season losing their fifth straight game and ending their season with a 7-9 record. The season finale loss to the Baltimore Ravens capped off a disappointing finish to a season that started with a promising 7-4 record. In the season finale, the Browns held a lead, but once again
The 2014 season for the Cleveland Browns has come crashing down over the last month. The team lost to the Carolina Panthers 17-13 on Sunday and in doing so extended their losing streak to four games. The offense has completely collapsed late in the season, forcing the defense to try and be nearly perfect, which
The Cleveland Browns were blown out this week in the home finale versus in-state rival Cincinnati Bengals, 30-0. The team was completely outplayed by the Bengals in all phases of the game. The offense was shutdown, unable to score and even move the ball. But the real surprise was the fall of the Browns’ defense.
The Cleveland Browns lost a tough game this past Sunday, falling to the Indianapolis Colts in a dramatic finish 25-24. The Browns were ahead for much of the game until Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck led a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter to get the win. The offense struggled for most of the contest,
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Buffalo Bills 26-10 last week and all of the news was about the quarterback controversy. The offensive struggles of the Browns were the big news of the game, but it overshadowed the outstanding defensive performance. The Browns’ defense kept the Browns in the game even when the offense was
The Cleveland Browns bounced back after a tough loss to the Houston Texans by coming from behind to beat the Atlanta Falcons on a last-second field goal. It was a sloppy game for the Browns, but the team remained calm and came back to win the game with just under a minute to go. The
The Cleveland Browns were in first place coming into the game versus the Houston Texans, but were beaten soundly by the Texans 23-7. The loss sunk the Browns to last place in the AFC North and ended the team’s three game winning streak. The Browns were outplayed in every phase of the game. On the