To Keep it Rolling for the Browns – What’s Got to Happen

How to Beat the Raiders – Five Keys for the Browns The Browns played three excellent quarters of football last week en route to their first victory.  I saw many areas of the team play much better than in New Jersey.  The blueprint against Oakland is pretty similar to last week’s; including wreaking havoc on […]

September 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

What’s Gotta Happen for the Browns @ Tampa Bay

Browns @ Buccaneers – Five Things to Look for It’s hard to believe, but the third preseason game is finally here. This is the point where the “real” Browns will be on display – as the starters ought to participate a majority of this contest.  The team finally hits the road to sunny Florida to […]

August 2015 by edubs1983

NFL Offseason: News and Notes

NFL News and Notes There finally seems to be some news trickling out regarding the NFL, just a few months prior to training camp starting. One will affect the game beginning in 2015 and going forward, while the other is a Browns-centric story that continues to drive fans (and myself) somewhat crazy. Extra Points Kicking […]

June 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

Another Underwhelming Signing

The Josh McCown Era Begins: Things that Make you Scratch your Head  I’ve got to admit, I was pretty disappointed to hear about the signing of the thirty-five year old journeyman quarterback by the Cleveland Browns.  I understand he’s probably a nice guy and all – but the upside is really difficult to find for […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Drilling Down Further into the Rookie of the Year

What to Make of Teddy Bridgewater Last week, the NFL Offensive Rookie of Year award went to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater of the Minnesota.  As many can recall, he was my number one target for the Cleveland Browns last season – but they opted for Johnny Manziel instead.  I give Teddy all the credit in the […]

February 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

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

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