Posts Tagged ‘Ben Watson’

Browns Blow 13-0 Halftime Lead; Fall to Cowboys 23-20 in OT

Scream. Pull your hair out. Yell at the TV. There’s all kinds of ways to cope with a Browns loss these days, and Sunday in Dallas was just another frustrating four and a half hour parade of ups and downs that eventually ended with another tough loss. The Browns led 13-0 at half, and appeared […]

TE Watson Goes on IR After Third Concussion of the Season

The Browns have placed tight end Ben Watson on injured reserve, head coach Pat Shurmur announced on Friday. Watson, who turns 31 on Sunday, has sustained multiple concussions, including one in the first half of the team’s 14-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Thursday night. The former first-round pick of the New England Patriots […]

Bengals-Browns Friday Injury Report

Cincinnati Out: G Otis Hudson (knee), LB Dontay Moch (foot) Doubtful: CB Kelly Jennings (hamstring), S Taylor Mays (knee) Probable: DE Carlos Dunlap (knee), RB Brian Leonard (finger), RB Bernard Scott (hamstring) Cleveland Out: LB Titus Brown (ankle), S Eric Hagg (knee) Doubtful: OT Tony Pashos (ankle) Questionable: DE Chris Gocong (shoulder) Probable: WR Josh […]

Browns Offense Shines – First AFC North Team to Win

The Browns open the 2011 NFL Season winners, now they just need to keep improving. While the victory comes via the exhibition kind, it’s a win – one in which Browns fans come away from breathing a little easier. Here’s a breakdown of the offense after the Browns 27-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers. […]

Browns-Steelers Post Game Notes

Tight end Benjamin Watson recorded a game-high seven receptions for 67 yards. He finished the season with a team-best 68 receptions and 763 yards. His reception total is the sixth-most in a single-season by a Browns tight end and his yardage total is the eighth-most. He joins Ozzie Newsome (1981-85) as the only Browns tight […]

Browns-Bengals Post Game Notes

·         Rookie quarterback Colt McCoy finished 19 of 25 passing for 243 yards with two touchdowns, no interceptions and a 132.6 rating. It was his first career game with multiple touchdown passes as he now has five career touchdown passes. His rating was the second-highest by a Browns rookie, trailing only Charlie Frye’s 136.7 set […]