Johnny Manziel Gives Browns Glimpse of Bright Future

The Cleveland Browns finished their Week 10 game against Pittsburgh with an embarrassing 30-9 loss. The game in and of itself was made worse by 12 penalties for 600 yards—no exaggeration there, folks—three dropped touchdown passes, and consistent sub-par play. Yet Johnny Manziel finished 33-45 for 372 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He also […]

Browns Blown Out in The ‘Burgh

The Browns were undermanned and overmatched. Missing four starters out with injuries, Cleveland had too many penalties and turnovers. Their defense could not stop Ben Roethlisberger, who came in off the bench to lead the Steelers to a 30-9 win. The Steelers stay in the wild cart hunt at (6-4). The Browns fall to (2-8). “The thing that’s […]

Browns vs. Steelers: Full Game Preview and Prediction

The 2-7 Cleveland Browns travel to Heinz Field to take on the 5-4 Pittsburgh Steelers in a week 10 AFC North showdown. The importance of the game is evidenced by the ambiguity that both teams are approaching the game when it comes to the game’s most important position, trying to gain any slight advantage. Regular […]

Maybe ‘Playing Like a Brown’ Is the Problem for Cleveland Browns?

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: It’s November in Cleveland and all hope and optimism for the Browns season has been painfully wrenched from your body with each agonizing loss. Or how about this one: Media and fans are wondering how much longer the Browns head coach and GM will remain employed by […]

Browns Blasted, Embarrassed By Bengals in 2nd Half

Johnny Manziel may have a future as the Browns starting quarterback. He had the Browns  within 7 points of the undefeated Bengals in the 4th quarter, but the Bengals talent took over in the final 15 minutes on the way to a 31-10 win. Cincinnati improves to (8-0). The Browns drop to (2-7). Playing without Josh […]

Cleveland Browns 2015 Midseason Review and Remaining Outlook

After jumping out to a surprising 20-7 first half lead Sunday, the Browns surrendered 27 unanswered points to Arizona and dropped their third straight game. That loss puts Cleveland at 2-6 midway through the season, tied with Baltimore and San Diego for the second-worst record in the conference. With trade rumors swirling around a number […]

Browns Lifeless in Second Half Meltdown Loss to Cardinals

The Browns can keep saying they are “close.” Close to winning. And close to seeing a season spiral away into double-digit losses. Despite forcing four turnovers and building a ten point halftime lead, the Browns dropped their third straight game, losing 34-20 to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday. The Browns looked like they’d have a chance […]

Three Changes Cleveland Browns Need to Make Before Bye Week

Down 10-6 with about four minutes to go in the third quarter, the Browns had the St. Louis Rams backed up to their own 12-yard line. To that point in the game, Cleveland’s defense, despite coming into the day as one of the league’s worst units, had been relatively sturdy. Five plays later, after a […]

Browns Coaching Staff’s Lack of Experience May Be to Blame

The Cleveland Browns are now mired in another season of woe. The team is 2-5, and there are few signs that things are going to get better any time soon.  But who’s to blame?  Owner Jimmy Haslam? General Manager Ray Farmer? Head coach Mike Pettine? The players? You could make a long list for each, […]

Browns Go Backwards in Embarrassing Loss to Rams

Penalties and turnovers are two things that will either drive a coach crazy or get them fired. Browns coach Mike Pettine may be headed for the latter if his team doesn’t start showing signs of improvement soon. Four Browns turnovers led to 17 Rams points and Cleveland committed 11 penalties for 98 yards as the Rams […]