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

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

Browns @ Bears – What’s Got to Occur for Cleveland

Five Things for the Browns in the Preseason Finale – @ Chicago It’s never an exciting game, but it’s still always on the schedule – the fourth and final preseason game in the NFL.  While a fair amount of guys playing in this contest (especially in the second half), might not be on the final […]

August 2015 by edubs1983

Browns vs. Bills – Five Needs for the Home Team

A Handful of Hope – Five Things Browns’ Fans Should Want to See  It’s week two in the preseason, and the Cleveland Browns have their final exhibition game in front of their home crowd. Mike Pettine faces his former mentor in Rex Ryan, and the rivalry is expected to continue in this contest. The opener […]

August 2015 by edubs1983

What I Want to See – Browns vs. Redskins – Preseason Game 1

The Drive for Five – A Few Things that Need to Occur Against Washington  Well, the NFL season is finally here – sort of. The Browns stay at home to face the Redskins in the preseason opener. Last year, the Browns’ offense had their issues with this opponent – those performances would be repeated in […]

August 2015 by edubs1983

Tracking Rookie Performances in Camp

Rookie Training Camp Predictions Training Camp has officially opened for the rookies on the Cleveland Browns’ roster. With that, these athletes will finally begin their journey as professional athletes. Obviously of the many attendees, the performances of the players will vary significantly. Let’s surmise as to who will shine and who will take a step […]

July 2015 by edubs1983

Missing in Action – NFL Suspensions…How it Impacts the Browns

Another Annual Time for the NFL Just at the beginning of 4th of July Weekend, it was another tough time for a few NFL athletes – suspension season. Whether it’s the result of PEDs (performance-enhancing drugs), controlled substances, or other personal issues – the reason why guys will miss some games to start out the […]

July 2015 by edubs1983

What to Consider Heading into Training Camp

Finishing up Minicamp – Now We Wait Well, the Cleveland Browns just wrapped up team minicamp last week. There were plenty of articles and blurbs about player X exceling, while player Y made some mistakes. However, I am in the Coach Pettine School that the team finished up “fake football” and the real thing starts […]

July 2015 by edubs1983

Latest Signing for the Browns – Terrelle Pryor

Latest Browns News The Browns made a move a few days ago, during this slow time of the NFL calendar. I am eager to find out whether the team has made the correct decision, but for the time being it’s at least a good talking point. Let’s break down the recent transaction for the orange […]

June 2015 by edubs1983