The NFL Combine Analysis and Analytics

Sifting through the Information With over one thousand members in the Indianapolis last week – consisting of prospects, coaches, agents, and front office members – there was a ton to take in for each NFL team.  Hopefully the Browns did their part and got the most with their time spent with the necessary people.  In addition to this, […]

March 2016 by edubs1983

Don’t be Fooled by the Broncos – Need that Offense

Don’t Overreact to the Super Bowl A tremendous defense filled with quarterback pressures, speed, and punishing tackles.  A decent offense that was good enough to win football games in NFL.  That pretty much sums up the 2015 Denver Broncos – the champions of the league.  Is this the wave of the future (as it was […]

February 2016 by edubs1983

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

What the Draft Tells Browns’ Fans

Takeaways from the 2015 NFL Draft – Cleveland Browns  Well, the draft is finally in the books for this year. Many Browns’ fans, myself included, were pretty content with the outcome. I was not overjoyed, but relieved the team did not reach for several potential busts (or trade away the draft like in 2013). Five […]

May 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

Next Three Free Agents Signed – Cleveland Browns

Early Free Agency Signings After getting veteran Josh McCown, the Browns made two moves towards getting some offensive personnel on their roster, and faltered on another.  Although none were Earth shattering, I support one move and am ambivalent towards the other two.  While many continue to be down on the Browns’ front office – they could […]

March 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

Top Five Areas to Scour – 2015 Cleveland Browns

Starting to Scout – 2015 Targets by Position  It’s well established that the Browns are pretty far from a finished product and will require improvements to be playing in the months of January and February. But what positional groups should Ray Farmer and his scouts look at first and foremost? We’ll take a glance at […]

January 2015 by edubs1983

Browns Keys vs. the Rams

Five Keys for the Browns vs. Rams – Preseason Game #3What better way to get over the horrendous game played on Monday, than getting back on your home turf.  That’s right; it’s the Browns’ first home game of the 2014 season.  They face the St. Louis Rams on Saturday night – commonly known as “the dress rehearsal”, where […]

August 2014 by edubs1983