WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his thoughts on the areas of the Cleveland Browns that were the good, bad and ugly parts in their loss to the Houston Texans.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Houston Texans in convincing fashion, but the game produced lessons, both good and bad, for the team and their fans.
The Texans showed the Browns what it looks like to be a Super Bowl contender. Throwing something different at Baker Mayfield, the rookie’s second half adjustments, and the blueprint the Browns need to emulate.
WFNY has your answer to help make the final three weeks of the Cleveland Browns 2017 NFL season fun. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives Browns fans a guide for rooting for the best possible draft picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
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?”
Hue Jackson’s bumbling of the Browns’ quarterback situation has only been outdone by him bumbling the postgame press conference following the team’s most recent loss.
When a reporter asks Brock Osweiler about his struggles with the Houston Texans, the best answer was probably not to tell anyone to go watch the unmitigated disaster that is on that film.
The Cleveland Browns selected three players in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft and none were quarterbacks. Still no reason to be a sad panda.
We’re looking at the first round of the NFL playoffs from a Browns perspective. Should they go get RG3? Poor Brian Hoyer. Steelers fans complaining about dirty play?
If the Detroit Lions move on from Matthew Stafford, the Cleveland Browns should come running.
Life comes at you fast.
It’s a quick Tuesday morning podcast and I’m talking about Brian Hoyer winning the Houston Texans starting quarterback job. Brian Hoyer wins the job over Ryan Mallett The neverending Ryan Mallett to the Browns speculation Josh McCown knowing who he is Josh McCown versus Brian Hoyer The quarterback battle versus the quarterback war How everything
It’s a scary proposition, but it’s the truth.
What a difference a year makes. Brian Hoyer was a Cleveland story just one year ago coming off an ACL surgery and battling Johnny Manziel for the starting job. Just one year later, Hoyer has again had to battle for the opportunity to be starter, and once again it appears that he’s come out on
If only for a few weeks, he was a hometown hero. Now, native Clevelander Brian Hoyer will be calling a new city home. The 29-year-old St. Ignatius and Michigan State graduate will sign with the Houston Texans, per Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 in Washington, D.C. No contract terms have been released, and the deal
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
Of all the potential momentum-thwarting items in all of sport, right below injury has to be the three-and-out. If it occurs at the beginning of the game, there is so much pageantry and emotion stemming from the introductions and kickoff, that an immediate three-and-out is the buzzkill of all buzzkills. If your team kicks and the other
Cleveland Browns safety Tashaun Gipson and Houston Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney are among the notable players on the active list for Sunday’s game in Cleveland. After being sidelined most of the week with a concussion, Gipson is active and will start. The NFL’s leader with six interceptions, he suffered the concussion in last Thursday’s
Brian Hoyer’s contract situation remains up in the air. And with that long-term uncertainty, rumors will continue to fly in every possible direction. There had been some talk that last Thursday’s game against the Bengals was a “referendum” game for the 29-year-old veteran out of Michigan State. In return, he had one of his best
Edwin Baker might or might not be a keeper, but one thing’s for sure in the middle of his first NFL game. The former Michigan State Spartan might be the best running back on the Browns’ current roster. While that’s not saying much, he does now have his first touchdown and he thinks the Browns