Can the Browns Please Win? Might Wanna do a Few Things First

Finishing off the 2015 Season in Style – Cleveland Browns Wouldn’t it be a nice thing if the Browns could defeat their arch nemesis and remove them entirely from the playoffs? That is one of the scenarios that could play out Sunday afternoon – however the prognosticators are not seeing it going this way. If […]

December 2015 by edubs1983

Getting a Victory – How the Browns Can Actually Do it

A Handful of Reasons the Cleveland Browns Can Win Well it was another dismal performance by the Browns last week – especially in the second half. Nonetheless, they must dust themselves off and travel to Kansas City to face a ferocious team on a long winning streak. A victory for the visiting team appears extremely unlikely, […]

December 2015 by edubs1983

How to Beat San Francisco – The Team Needs it

The Browns Face the 49ers – A Winnable Game This will likely be the last realistic contest where the Browns will have a good chance to win. That said, it will still not come easy – all three phases of the team must excel in order to end this miserable losing streak. My faith continues […]

December 2015 by edubs1983

Earning a Win against the Bengals – How it Happens

Five Keys to Victory – Browns vs. Cincinnati Well, the Browns (no matter how bad they are) still have to go out and play games within their division. Last month, the team was defeated handily to their in-state rival to the south. This Sunday, the teams match up once again – this time in Cleveland. […]

December 2015 by edubs1983

Needing a Victory and How it Can be Accomplished

What Can be Done for a Win?  The Cleveland Browns Another sad performance and a tough loss occurred for the Browns last week and it will be extremely tough to get back into the win column. They head west to play in St. Louis, a city that might not have an NFL team in the […]

October 2015 by edubs1983

Reacting Properly to OTAs – Cleveland Browns

OTA Talk:  Cleveland Browns The Organized Team Activities (OTAs) for all members of the team are underway for the team in Berea.  Though it appears that there are multiple juicy stories occurring during this time frame, expectations for the fall must be taken with a grain of salt for these athletes. Looking into a few […]

May 2015 by edubs1983

Rookie Minicamp and Possible Insight

Five Thoughts about Rookie Minicamp It’s not the same as the NFL Regular Season Opener, but the rookies for the Cleveland Browns are finishing up their minicamp practices.  There are a ton of moving parts between now and when the rosters become (mostly) final in September.  However, a few things stood out pertaining to this […]

May 2015 by edubs1983

What the Draft Tells Browns’ Fans

Takeaways from the 2015 NFL Draft – Cleveland Browns  Well, the draft is finally in the books for this year. Many Browns’ fans, myself included, were pretty content with the outcome. I was not overjoyed, but relieved the team did not reach for several potential busts (or trade away the draft like in 2013). Five […]

May 2015 by edubs1983

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

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