Debate for Defense – Cleveland Browns’ First Round

The Case for Defense in the First Round:  Cleveland Browns  Which side of the football should the Cleveland Browns target in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft?  I’m intrigued to see what Ray Farmer has up his sleeve.  One would believe that the defense was better than their counterparts in 2014.  While that […]

April 2015 by edubs1983

Cleveland Browns’ First Round – Offensive Output

The Case for Offense in the First Round: Cleveland Browns Which direction should the Browns go with their twelfth and nineteenth selections in the 2015 draft? Assuming neither are traded, the team could a few ways – doubling up on offense, defense, or getting a guy on each side of the ball. In a two […]

April 2015 by edubs1983

Why Have the Veteran Combine?

The Veteran Combine: Whom Does it Benefit? Initially, I was very skeptical when hearing about the new concept known as the Veteran Combine. However, after giving it some thought (and more importantly, watching it on television) I am glad the league agreed to do this. Specifically, three parties are benefitting from this invention. You could […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Two New More for this Defense

Newest Members of the Cleveland Browns After a few days of inactivity, the Browns inked a couple members who can possibly help the team in 2015 and beyond. Last season, they made wise moves in acquiring Karlos Dansby and Donte Whitner for the defense – both were tremendous leaders and the latter made the Pro […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Next Three Free Agents Signed – Cleveland Browns

Early Free Agency Signings After getting veteran Josh McCown, the Browns made two moves towards getting some offensive personnel on their roster, and faltered on another.  Although none were Earth shattering, I support one move and am ambivalent towards the other two.  While many continue to be down on the Browns’ front office – they could […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Another Underwhelming Signing

The Josh McCown Era Begins: Things that Make you Scratch your Head  I’ve got to admit, I was pretty disappointed to hear about the signing of the thirty-five year old journeyman quarterback by the Cleveland Browns.  I understand he’s probably a nice guy and all – but the upside is really difficult to find for […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Don’t be So Down on the Browns

Too Easy for that Low-Hanging Fruit It’s pick on the Browns time, everyone has been quiet during the NFL season but now all come out with their slings and arrows.  Topics include Josh Gordon, Johnny Manziel, “textgate”, and the highly debated article that Jason LaCanfora wrote.  For a franchise that has not won a postseason […]

February 2015 by edubs1983

A New Offensive Leader…Hopefully He’s Not Offensive

Browns Choose DeFilippo as their New Offensive Coordinator Once again, the Cleveland Browns have selected another guy to run their offense. For 2015 (and hopefully longer than that), John DeFilippo will be manning that role. He doesn’t have huge shoes to fill, and many fans just want an adequate offense that can score touchdowns with […]

January 2015 by edubs1983

Top Five Areas to Scour – 2015 Cleveland Browns

Starting to Scout – 2015 Targets by Position  It’s well established that the Browns are pretty far from a finished product and will require improvements to be playing in the months of January and February. But what positional groups should Ray Farmer and his scouts look at first and foremost? We’ll take a glance at […]

January 2015 by edubs1983