Friday, December 15, 2006

Hard game...

The Browns' hopes of stopping the Steelers' win streak in the series at six were done by the end of the third quarter, when a pair of impressive drives and short touchdown runs by Parker and Ben Roethlisberger made it 24-0. With 5:20 on the clock in the 4th quarter, Braylon Edwards scored on a 45-yard touchdown pass.

Our next game is gainst the Ravens this Sunday. Good luck guys!

Friday, December 08, 2006

Frye Injured

Charlie Frye injured his right wrist during a 31-28 overtime decision against Kansas City on Sunday. However, I don’t really think that’s a bad thing for team. After Frye was injured Derek Anderson came off the bench to lead the team to victory by throwing 2 touchdown passes.

I really think that Frye has been the one jinxing this team. I mean, he started this most recent losing streak while playing against Pittsburgh by going 17 of 27 for 224 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions.

The Browns have so many injuries and are playing so poorly that they should just forfeit and start training for next year.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Serving the Community

So, the Cleveland Browns may not be winners on the field this season, but they are winners in their community. During the first week of December many of the Browns players will be donating their time to help children in need.

On December 5th, Linebacker Willie McGinest will be joined by teammates as he hosts his annual “Shop with a Jock” event. This event gives abused, neglected and homeless children a better Christmas as each child will receive a $100 gift card to Wal-Mart. McGinest and his teammates will help the children shop for items throughout the store.

Also on December 5th, the Cleveland Browns will “Deck the House” with Providence House to benefit and make a difference in the lives of the infants and toddlers residing at the home.

Prior to the December 3rd home game vs. Kansas City, the Cleveland Browns will again partner with the United States Marine Corps to collect toys for the annual Toys for Tots Toy Drive.

These guys really have the Holiday Spirit.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Cleveland Browns Sad But Not Shocked?

That’s my guess, since they were coming off their bye week to face the Denver Broncos who have lost only one time this season, while the Browns have only one win.

I think we have a more realistic chance next week against the New York Jets. They are 4 and 3, and all the Jets’ wins have been squeakers.

Monday, October 02, 2006

It’s about effin’ time!

Even as a dawg pound faithful, I was beginning to wonder if we were going to win any games this year. Down by 18, I was just about to throw the remote at the TV. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, Frye exploded. To say this was a much-needed win is an understatement. It was more than a morale booster. It was one of the best games I’ve seen in the last 3 years!

Cleveland Browns Pull Out of a Tailspin

Nice to be back and able to write about my favorite NFL team, the Cleveland Browns, and just in time to talk about my favorite NFL event, a Cleveland Browns victory! I wasn’t any too sure that was going to happen as the first half unfolded out at McAfee Coliseum. We were looking at the Oakland Raiders’ 21 to our 3 on the scoreboard. Well, thank you, Charlie Frye (not to mention Darnell Dinkins, Kellen Winslow and Joe Jurevicius plus the rest of the guys)! Three TDs in a row make for an awesome comeback.

Now that we’ve broken through that barrier, I think we can make a comeback of our season and put some more numbers in the win column!

Monday, July 10, 2006

a draft amount of talent

I have been following the Cleveland Browns for some time now and I’m almost completely confused by the draft process. It appears that we have gathered ourselves talent from schools all over the country. I hear particularly good things about our second round pick D’Qwell Jackson, although I’m personally more interested in seeing see Stanford’s Babatunde Oshinowo help us out of 3rd place.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Good acquisitions for the Browns

It looks like GM Phil Savage and Coach Romeo Crennell have made some solid additions to the Browns' roster. I have read good things about our draft, especially about linebackers Kamerion Wimbley from Florida State and D'Qwell Jackson from Maryland. Pro Bowler LeCharles Bentley and tackle Kevin Shaffer should add to the offense. I'm sure Charlie Frye will appreciate that when he gets to take on the starting QB role.

I think the Cleveland Browns bottomed out in 2004, started turning it around in 2005, and are ready to move even higher in 2006.

Sunday, May 28, 2006

27 year old running backing domestic dispute.

Cleveland Browns running back Reuben Droughns was brought up on assault chargers for allegedly throwing his wife out the front door of their home after she asked for a divorce. Kellie Droughns was injured in the incident and her husband reportedly took her wedding ring, credit cards and cash when leaving the home. I really don’t know what to say about stupid crap like this. People with more money than sense make me angry.

Monday, April 24, 2006

Found a good Draft news resource and breakdown.

There are a lot of people out there speculating on the future results of the 2006 NFL Draft. I am hoping the Browns cash in big-time this year. There are a lot of good players to be had and the Cleveland Browns have plenty of holes to fill this off-season.

Check out this NFL Draft coverage blog I found on the Brown’s official site. It looks like this guy is going to be the all-encompassing resource for NFL Draft news, picks and reviews.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Draft Prospects to Watch

I have been reading a lot about Mark Anderson and Terna Nande, two linebackers that some feel the Cleveland Browns may consider come draft time. The blogger on the Cleveland Browns official site lists thirteen draft prospects that he feels would fit in with our 3-4 defense in his blog from today. Any thoughts? Inside scoop?

Check out the list -

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Let’s Go Crazy! Let’s Go!

March Madness is in full swing and Duke Blue Devils beat Boston College to win the ACC title. This is the sixteenth ACC Title for Duke and this was the first ACC tournament for the Boston College Eagles. Coach Kizyzyewski’s Krazies are having a good spring as their team fights for top position.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Frye is not a Rookie Anymore

Charlie Frye of the Cleveland Browns wants the fans to know he plans to be a stronger quarterback in the 2006 season. His experiences on the field have built his confidence in his ability to win in this league. Frye has a plan for his off-season growth and training.