Hue Jackson – What He Brings

Hitting the Ground Running At this point, everyone is well aware that Hue Jackson has been named the latest head coach of the Cleveland Browns.  With his background primarily with offense (despite being the Bengals’ secondary assistant coach in 2012), many are figuring the Browns should be improved in many facets on that side of the ball.  The fact […]

January 2016 by edubs1983

Getting Back to .500 – What the Browns Need

Five Ways to Beat the Chargers – Cleveland Browns Game #4 Coming off another dreadful, pathetic performance last week – the Cleveland Browns now have to travel cross-country to San Diego.  Both Las Vegas and national pundits are giving the road team little chance for an upset, and deservedly so.  In addition to the five […]

September 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

Cleveland Browns’ First Round – Offensive Output

The Case for Offense in the First Round: Cleveland Browns Which direction should the Browns go with their twelfth and nineteenth selections in the 2015 draft? Assuming neither are traded, the team could a few ways – doubling up on offense, defense, or getting a guy on each side of the ball. In a two […]

April 2015 by edubs1983

More Moving Parts on Offense

Adios Kyle and Dowell You knew this season was too good to be true; clearly the Browns are not allowed to have the same offensive coordinator for more than one season in a row (it’s been since 2008 since Rob Chudzinski returned for his second year in that spot). He had his upside and tumult […]

January 2015 by edubs1983

How Can the Browns Score the Upset?

Five Keys to Victory for the Browns – @ Pittsburgh Winning at Heinz Field has been no easy task for these Cleveland Browns, as it is going on eleven years since Tim Couch led the upset on Sunday Night Football.  However, victory is not impossible for the away squad.  They will need many things to […]

September 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

Offensive Pickups for the Cleveland Browns

Free Agents who signed with the Cleveland Browns – Offense After signing a couple of guys on the defensive side of the ball, the Cleveland Browns then addressed the opposite side.  These members are complementary pieces but nonetheless important ones to the offense.  Along those lines, I anticipate the franchise adding another running back and […]

March 2014 by edubs1983

Looking at the Positives – The Senior Bowl

The 2014 Senior Bowl:  A Positive Time Over the past few weeks, a majority in the local media – including newspaper writers, radio hosts, and those who cover the team have lambasted the Cleveland Browns regarding their process of firing and hiring a new head coach.  Remarkably, this sentiment has hit the national stage as […]

January 2014 by edubs1983