Last Game of the Season…Can’t Hold Anything Back

Finishing on a High Note – What to Do? While the playoffs are long gone, this game against the Ravens still matters. The visiting club has a shot to affect the AFC postseason picture – even though that is an extremely difficult task. I am going to fully admit the Browns have little to zero […]

December 2014 by edubs1983

What Could be Finer than Winning in Carolina?

A Few Ways to Win in the South (Again) Last time was a squeaker, but the Cleveland Browns walked away from the Georgia Dome with a victory.  Will they be able to replicate that in Charlotte this Sunday?  They will have a different guy under center than in the Falcons contest, hopefully that will be […]

December 2014 by edubs1983

The Way to Bust out those Brooms

Browns vs. Bengals – Five Keys for a Home-Cooked Victory It’s been some time since the Browns swept the season series from the Cincinnati Bengals (2002, if I remember correctly).  However, a win on Sunday can accomplish that feat.  Since their first meeting, the Browns have lost a few members to injury (Phil Taylor, John […]

December 2014 by edubs1983

A Few Things to Get a Huge Win

Five Ways to Make the Colts Unlucky  The Browns have only beat the Colts once since returning back to the league, and that was with a washed-up Kerry Collins under center.  Alas, they now stand in the way of the Browns’ playoff chances.  A win will require a tremendous effort by the home squad – […]

December 2014 by edubs1983

How Can the Browns Keep Winning?

Browns @ Bills – Five Keys to Success I’m sure some guys in the Browns’ locker room were content with the indoors last week, however now they travel north to the outdoors against the Buffalo Bills.  There are many storylines in this contest, including a few members on the Browns who were on the opposite […]

November 2014 by edubs1983

Ways to Top the Dirty Birds

A Few Tactics Towards Getting Another Crucial Victory Now comes the final six-game stretch of the 2014 regular season.  The Cleveland Browns travel south to face an up-and-down team that is very talented.  Like most away games, the focus has to be there for sixty minutes – while keeping mistakes at a minimum.  In order […]

November 2014 by edubs1983

How to Win a Texas-Sized Battle

Five Keys for Trouncing the Texans The Browns head home and try to avoid a huge hangover after their complete team performance in Cincinnati.  Following their drubbing of the Steelers, the Browns played down to the Jaguars en route to their only defeat in a month.  For them to avoid this repeat type of performance, […]

November 2014 by edubs1983

How to be Kings in the Queen City

What Can Be Done to Knock Off the Bengals on the Road? For whatever reason, the Bengals have been dominant at Paul Brown Stadium.  Their only blemish this season is a tie to the Panthers; now the Browns have a chance to take them down for the first time there in 2014.  It’s going to […]

November 2014 by edubs1983

Looking to Knock off the Bucs

Five Things that Should Help the Browns Beat the Buccaneers Following a mediocre victory last week, the Browns have another contest where they are expected to win at home.  Nothing is given in the NFL, and the home team will have to put together a solid outing by theirboffense, defense, and special teams to earn […]

October 2014 by edubs1983

Time to Put the Misery in the Past

Getting Rid of that Nasty Taste Well, it was definitely a team effort in Jacksonville – everyone for the Browns did an equally horrible job.  Whether it was Brian Hoyer, the offensive line, stopping the run, or coaching decisions, all failed last week.  Despite the monstrous disappointment, this is still the NFL and a week-by-week […]

October 2014 by edubs1983