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

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

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

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 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

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

That Winning Way – What’s it Gonna Take

IHow to Keep it Rollin’ The Browns have now won two games in a row, which is great, but three in a row is even better.  The team is favored (by a few points) on the road against a winless Jacksonville Jaguars.  However, they cannot afford to take anyone lightly – especially against a talent […]

October 2014 by edubs1983

Beating the Steelers – What is the Formula?

Splitting against the Steelers – How Can it Happen? The first two quarters during the last time these two met was brutal, but the second half was much better (a lot like the last week’s performance by the Browns).  Nonetheless, the Browns were downed by their rival in their first meeting – what can be […]

October 2014 by edubs1983

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