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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

Drilling Down Further into the Rookie of the Year

What to Make of Teddy Bridgewater Last week, the NFL Offensive Rookie of Year award went to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater of the Minnesota.  As many can recall, he was my number one target for the Cleveland Browns last season – but they opted for Johnny Manziel instead.  I give Teddy all the credit in the […]

February 2015 by edubs1983

All-Start Games – Reviewing What Went Down

What to Take Away from Collegiate All-Star Games The East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl completed a few weeks ago. They both featured tremendous athletes, and were scouted heavily by all NFL franchises. Each team will view these options differently and value them accordingly. All that said; let’s review what many should know after […]

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

More Moving Parts on Offense

Adios Kyle and Dowell You knew this season was too good to be true; clearly the Browns are not allowed to have the same offensive coordinator for more than one season in a row (it’s been since 2008 since Rob Chudzinski returned for his second year in that spot). He had his upside and tumult […]

January 2015 by edubs1983

Flippin’ the Calendar – 2015 Offseason

Browns Early Offseason Nuggets  Now that the sixteen-game schedule is finally complete, many Browns’ fans can finally get to their favorite part of the year – the offseason.  Here, many play GM and perfect this roster from the lackluster bunch from which they have been accustomed.  In keeping with this theme, let’s take an early […]

January 2015 by edubs1983

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