Browns @ Seahawks – Five Keys to a Gigantic Upset

How the Browns Can Prevent Being Embarrassed in Seattle Boy, when the schedule came out last spring the game against the Seahawks appeared to be a rough one.  Now with the orange and brown playing poorly (to put it nicely) and the home team clicking on all cylinders; the odds of keeping it close are […]

December 2015 by edubs1983

Needing that Win Badly – What the Browns Have to Do

Browns @ Ravens – Five Things to Earn a Win Yet another tough loss last week for the orange and brown – the team clawed its way back only to witness a last second defeat.  It will be difficult to shrug that off and prepare for the Ravens; but that is what they are paid […]

October 2015 by edubs1983

How the Browns Can Get their First Win in 2015

Five Ways to Get Back on Track As much as last week’s debacle hurt, Sunday’s game is another shot to get the team into the win column. Many parts of the roster must improve tremendously – but that is just a small part of what needs to occur. The Browns simply need to excel in […]

September 2015 by edubs1983

NFL Opener – Five Things for a Browns’ Win

Five Keys to Victory – Cleveland Browns at New York Jets  Alas, the NFL regular season is finally here! At this point in time, there is optimism for all thirty-two clubs – as each is undefeated. However, since their return to the league in 1999 the Browns have one just a single opening game. I […]

September 2015 by edubs1983

Getting over the Hump Begins in Training Camp

Listing the Five – What the Browns Need to See During Training Camp  It’s felt like months since I have been counting down the days when the Browns fill up Berea and hit the practice field. Well, that countdown is finally over – and the orange and brown are nearing the regular season. Obviously there […]

July 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

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

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

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

How Can the Browns Keep Winning?

Browns @ Bills – Five Keys to Success I’m sure some guys in the Browns’ locker room were content with the indoors last week, however now they travel north to the outdoors against the Buffalo Bills.  There are many storylines in this contest, including a few members on the Browns who were on the opposite […]

November 2014 by edubs1983