WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his grades and overall thoughts for the Cleveland Browns special teams unit and their performance in the 2017 season.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns had new faces on special teams. Here’s how they did and who we want back.
The Cleveland Browns special teams unit will look a whole lot different from just a season ago—like many of the other positions on the team. The two biggest positions on special teams, kicker and punter, will be manned by at least two different players in 2016. Going into this season, the Browns starting punter is Britton
Special teams are definitely not the biggest problem for the Browns to worry about, but there are places where the unit can improve.
If we ignore that awful slide, Austin Davis didn’t look too, too bad on Monday night.
The Browns have one preseason game under their belt with their next game coming on Thursday against the Buffalo Bills. Over the course of the last month or so, I have previewed each position and unit on the Cleveland Browns. We will finish the Browns preview series by looking at the team’s special teams unit.
Training Camp is in its second week and the preseason is just a couple of days away. To this point, we have gone through every position in the WFNY’s State of the Browns series. The last group we will look at in this weekly look is the special teams. The special teams unit is a very important
Is there a bright side? Sure! Just need to look hard enough, but you can find it! With all the negativity surrounding the team,1 I thought I’d at least point out a couple of the good things that happened in the Giants game this weekend. I thought long and hard, but couldn’t come up with
Whew. That exercise yesterday was difficult to say the least. I know for some of you it was just downright depressing. Well, today things get a lot easier. This is a walk in the park compared to yesterday. I figure the only really difficult question is who is the best punter and second place for
After the game yesterday, Josh Cribbs apparently voiced his displeasure with his role on the team. I have searched for video of the interview, as I wanted to hear his tone and see his body language to get a better understanding of the quote. Of course the team isn’t about to put such an interview
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 Looking ahead to 2011: “Entering 2010, it’s clear that while [Eric] Mangini still has some influence within the organization, the Browns are no longer