The Cleveland Browns struggled to stop the Baltimore Ravens run game in the season finale. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film to examine the Ravens’ runs that went for at least 20 yards to see where the breakdown was for the Browns.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 26-24, to end the season with a 7-8-1 record.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns (7-7-1), one season removed from the worst year in franchise history, is refreshed, optimistic, and often dangerous.
In his weekly Browns film room, WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the final seven-play drive that helped garner the Browns a big win versus the Baltimore Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns beat the Baltimore Ravens in overtime, 12-9, with kicker Greg Joseph making the game-winning field goal with just seconds to go in the game.
The Cleveland Browns had a good run game going versus the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but the Browns did not rush the ball enough. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film to show what the Browns missed out on by not running the ball more versus the Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns moved to 0-14 in their 2017 campaign, after losing to the Baltimore Ravens, 27-10, in the home finale at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The odds are stacked against the Cleveland Browns obtaining their first win on the season against the potential playoff-bound Baltimore Ravens. But, the odds are always stacked against the Browns. Here’s what you need to know.
The Cleveland Browns lost their second game of the season on Sunday, falling on the road to the Baltimore Ravens, 24-10.
WFNY previews the Cleveland Browns’ Thursday Night showdown with the Baltimore Ravens.
Robert Griffin III was recently named starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, but according to ESPN’s Mike Sando, he’s still among the worst in the NFL.
The Browns are now ahead of the Baltimore Ravens 22-21 after Browns tight end Gary Barnidge made an miraculous touchdown catch with his legs. In search of a big play, Barnidge lived up to his nickname “Big Play” Gary Barnidge. With the Ravens sending the house at Browns quarterback Josh McCown, McCown threw up a
Can the Browns hand Joe Flacco his second career loss against Cleveland?
What’s your favorite sport? Baseball? Basketball? Or the NFL Draft? Such is the state of Cleveland football that fans are heard to say after the NFL’s regular season ends, “Now the fun starts, getting ready for the draft.” So, this is for fans like “Neil from Cleveland” who asked recently on a sports call-in show,
Dave Bryan from SteelersDepot.com helped me break down what everyone in the AFC North did in the first round of the draft. Barkevious Mingo and how quickly he can make an impact Ray Horton and whether he can teach these guys the system Jabaal Sheard converting Paul Kruger and Desmond Bryant and their implementation into
The Art Modell talk has been going strong lately, and in this episode Craig and I discussed the former Browns owner’s upcoming consideration for the pro football Hall of Fame. We tried as much as possible to not rehash all the excellent pieces that have been written on the subject lately, but some of the
The Browns lost a tough one down in Cincy last week. Since then, Ryan Pontbriand was cut, Josh Cribbs voiced his displeasure with losing, and the Baltimore Ravens arrived in Cleveland looking to extend their record to 9-3. If Pat Shurmur’s group is able to respond to last week’s loss by getting into the win
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Browns will have their hands full trying to protect Colt McCoy today: “The Ravens lead the NFL with 28 sacks – nine of them
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at email@example.com. Jared Sullinger to sit out today’s game: “After demolishing the Dookies on Tuesday night, 85-63, Thad Matta goes for his 300th career victory tonight, in the
If there is an NFL season next year, we already know who the Browns will play, even if we don’t know the order. In 2010 the Browns got the whole AFC East, the whole NFC South, the worst team from the AFC South, the worst from the AFC West and their annual divisional opponents. The