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!