Posts Tagged ‘cleveland-browns’

Nick Saban Headed Back to Cleveland?

  A report on Cleveland’s 92.3 The Fan on Tuesday afternoon states that the Browns will make a hard push for Alabama coach Nick Saban, even though incumbent Pat Shurmur is only in his second season with the team. This speculation is undoubtedly fueled by new owner Jimmy Haslem. Haslem, who officially takes control of the […]

Browns ‘Shurmur’ed’ Again – Fall to Ravens

Immediately following the Browns – Ravens fiasco today, I flipped it to the Arizona and Cincinnati game just in time to watch Early Doucet fall flat on his rear as he was wide-open in the end zone with his team down seven points late in the fourth quarter. At first, I felt horrible for Doucet. […]

Two Games Remaining – Let’s Go Browns!

Fellow Browns Fans, It’s been a helluva year, hasn’t it? Two games left, including today, and the Cleveland faithful are already wondering which team they’re going to root for in the playoffs. I’m 26 years old, but because of my obsession with the once proud Cleveland Browns franchise, I’ve studied the team’s history as far […]

Browns Secure 10th, 10-loss Season Since ’99 With Loss to Cardinals

If I told you that Peyton Hillis carried the ball 26 times for 99 yards and TD, and Greg Little recorded Cleveland’s 1st 100-yard receiving game of the year with 5 catches for 139 yards and a TD, you would probably assume that the Browns won. Never assume, after all, this is the Browns. The […]

Browns Lead Bengals 17-7 at Halftime in Battle of Ohio

In week one, the Browns were forced to battle back after a 10-0 deficit to the Bengals following the first quarter. Today, however, it’s the Bengals who will be forced to comeback, as they trail the Browns 17-7. Here’s a quick look at how the first half has gone. – I said that the Browns […]

Battle of Ohio: Version 2.0

Prelude to a Nightmare Following the first few weeks after Cleveland’s week one loss to the Bengals, I considered the game a fluke. The Bengals needed a quick-snap touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green with less than five minutes to go in the fourth quarter to take their first lead of the game. […]

Looking Ahead: A Critical Off-Season In Cleveland, Part 1

As the Browns approach the final stretch of the 2011 NFL season, they also approach one of the toughest remaining schedules in the entire league, starting with this week’s match-up on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals. From there they get the Ravens at home, followed by the Steelers, Cardinals, and Ravens – all on […]

What’s Really Going On In Cleveland?

One could argue, that no fan base in the NFL deserves for something to go right, more than Browns fans do. Prior to this season, you could make an argument for the Lions, but I think it’s safe to say that they’ve finally turned the corner. The Dawg Pound in Cleveland has been through a […]