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Resiliance in the Face of Adversity

Getting Back to .500 – What it Will Take It’s now a chance to return to the gridiron for the Cleveland Browns.  I hope the time off was very productive for both the athletes and coaches and everyone has refocused on winning contests.  They face their weakest opponent to date in the Tennessee Titans, but […]

October 2014 by edubs1983

Bye Week – What Fans Should be Pulling For

The Bye Week – What Browns’ Fans Should Hope For I got to admit, I was not extremely thrilled to see that the Browns had a week four bye during the 2014 season.  It is the first bye week of the season, and then the team will have at least thirteen straight weeks with a […]

September 2014 by edubs1983

Two in a Row? What’s it Gonna Take?

Five Things to Go over .500 What a great win last week!  The Browns were due for a victory like this, and they definitely earned it over the Saints.  Now they have another difficult game at home against the Baltimore Ravens, who are fresh off an emotional victory.  Jason Campbell and the Browns were able […]

September 2014 by edubs1983

An Unlikely Win? How it Can Happen

Five Ways to Conquer the Saints It’s the home opener for the Cleveland Browns, and their opponent is a formidable one.  The Saint roll into town coming off of a hard loss (much like the Browns) and expect to get back to .500.  Facing a Super Bowl contender should not strike fear into any professional […]

September 2014 by edubs1983

How Can the Browns Score the Upset?

Five Keys to Victory for the Browns – @ Pittsburgh Winning at Heinz Field has been no easy task for these Cleveland Browns, as it is going on eleven years since Tim Couch led the upset on Sunday Night Football.  However, victory is not impossible for the away squad.  They will need many things to […]

September 2014 by edubs1983

Browns’ Five Musts in Preseason Finale

Five Keys for the Browns – vs. the Bears It’s the least favorite NFL game for about ninety-nine percent of the population (except for those players fighting for jobs), but the Browns are looking forward to their preseason finale with the Bears.  There were some improvements in preseason game three, mainly scoring, but the defense […]

August 2014 by edubs1983

Browns Keys vs. the Rams

Five Keys for the Browns vs. Rams – Preseason Game #3What better way to get over the horrendous game played on Monday, than getting back on your home turf.  That’s right; it’s the Browns’ first home game of the 2014 season.  They face the St. Louis Rams on Saturday night – commonly known as “the dress rehearsal”, where […]

August 2014 by edubs1983

Preseason Game #2 – Five Keys for the Browns

Five Keys Against the Redskins – the Browns’ preseason Game #2 After much hype and many talking heads scrutinizing their opener against the Lions, the Browns had a mediocre performance on the field.  To their credit, the same could be said for their counterpart – the end result was a 13-12 loss that did included […]

August 2014 by edubs1983

Keys for the Browns vs. the Lions – Preseason Game #1

Five Keys for the Browns – vs. the Detroit Lions  The 2014 Cleveland Browns finally begin their season this Saturday night! I understand it’s an exhibition game and the outcome will not count, but that does not mean we cannot dissect their matchup with the Lions. Although many athletes will be employed throughout the meeting, […]

August 2014 by edubs1983

Look at that! Cleveland Browns are Getting Recognition

Excitement Fills the Air  I know it’s only the preseason, but I have never been this excited for the Cleveland Browns to start their season.  I watched a pair of national networks (NFL Network, ESPN) and orange and brown were predominantly featured on both.  Granted, both centered their coverage around the pair of quarterbacks – […]

July 2014 by edubs1983