As they should be, all eyes are on the quarterback whenever you discuss an NFL team. The eyes that have been on the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation over the last few years have been burned out, replaced with glass ones, and had those melted as well. As such, the conversation on #BrownsTwitter quickly became about
The Cleveland Browns are a dumpster fire in 2017- yes, again. Despite all the negativity and downtrodden fans, WFNY’s Joe Gerberry is able to find a few silver linings.
The Browns roster will see many changes in an important off-season ahead. Let’s take a look at what direction it can go. Yes, every single member of the Browns 53-man roster is addressed. A labor of love here.
The Browns gave Duke Johnson only six touches on Sunday against the Jaguars, and that is the biggest mistake they keep making. In fact, some might even suggest it is a criminal act by the offensive staff.
How is it possible the Browns played their best game of the season and still lost by 14? We discuss the Winners and Losers from Week 10.
Checking in on each offensive position group at the quarter poll of the season. Avert your eyes.
Is Duke Johnson even a running back anymore? @THEGerbs looks into his usage from Week 1.
Isaiah Crowell wants to be a Top 5 RB in the NFL, but he could also crack the Top 5 all-time ranks for the Browns.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns were a mess in most every position. One of the bright spots was the running back group, who were not used as often as their talent dictated. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert reviews.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the Browns running backs and fullbacks units going into the 2016 NFL season.
No running backs drafted? No problem says Hue Jackson.