Can the Browns Finally Beat Peyton Manning? How it Can Happen…

How the Browns Can Keep it Rolling vs. the Broncos: It was a tough road win, but the Browns were able to pull it out last week.  This contest will be another difficult one – facing one of the best defenses does not help.  The Browns have not defeated Peyton Manning, but perhaps the team […]

October 2015 by edubs1983

Putting Belief in the Guys Who Have Done it Before

One Big Reason to Back this Team: On-Field Leadership It has taken a few years, some free agent acquisitions, and multiple draft picks – but the Browns are finally in a spot where they possess leadership traits at almost every position group.  It appears the veterans know what they are doing (or at least can […]

May 2015 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

Finally a chance to talk on-the-field football

Amidst this non-stop draft talk, the Cleveland Browns actually took the field last week.  Granted, it was just veterans and there was not contact during the practices – but it was still a time for football.  Spring is the part of year that typically yields optimism for the organization and its fans.  In continuing with […]

May 2014 by edubs1983

Looking at the Defensive Pickups for the Browns

Defensive Acquisitions for the Cleveland Browns:  Free Agents As expected, the Browns quickly signed a few free agents as the time to do so began.  With a defensive-minded head coach, the team collected two athletes that should bolster the unit while the other is a remote possibility.  Personally I like the signings, as the Browns […]

March 2014 by edubs1983